Ray Davies Delays Konk Studio Sale
Kinks man delays sale to record new album
The Kinks' Konk studio has been up for sale for a cool £2m since last year, but Davies revealed that the sale may have to wait as he needs to record a new album first.
The BBC reports that Konk was set up in the early 1970s by The Kinks as their private studio, but also played hosts to the likes of Thin Lizzy, Blur and The Kooks.
Last year, the property was offered as a "development opportunity" but Davies said: "It was up for sale but I've got another record I've got to do so we're debating what to do now. It's open for discussion."
"There's a lot of history with The Kinks, we bought it as a hangout really, somewhere we could rehearse and record and it mushroomed into a studio," said Davies. "We've had some really good acts over the years come here. We're doing the best we can."