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Capricorn Recording Studio, comprised of two buildings constructed in 1900 and 1910, served Macon as a Mecca for Southern Rock during the 1970s. Famous bands such as the Allman brothers Band, Charlie Daniels Band, Dixie Dregs, and the Marshall Tucker Band, Wet Willie, and Cowboy all recorded within its soundproofed walls. The mural by Michael Pierce that encompasses one side and rear of the building memorializes the rythmic and occasionally staccato beats that filled not only the building