COUNTRY music legends Shaza Leigh and Lindsay Butler are planning to create a 'one-stop' hub for country music fans at their property outside Tamworth.
The dynamic duo have been on the country music scene in Tamworth since before the city's festivals started, and have amassed a bounty of awards between them.
But what locals might not realise, is their recording studio is based right here in town. And, they have further plans to develop their Whitehouse Lane property into a campsite and concert venue.
Butler and Leigh have recorded a set for the Hats Off To Country festival with Peggy Gilchrist, which will stream on Facebook from 3pm on Saturday.
The virtual format has allowed the pair to change things up.
"It's a five song set, but among that we actually featured a lot of the awards we have here and gave people a bit of a studio tour," Leigh said. "There's a lot of people out there that would never get the opportunity to walk through our building ... it was a nice thing to be able to share with everyone."
The main recording studio for LBS Music is on Goonoo Goonoo Road, but a 10-hectare property on the outskirts of the city is the subject of plans that will excite passionate country music fans.
LBS MusicLand is home to Oz Radio Gold, a film set, a campsite and an outdoor concert venue, with the ultimate goal to make it a "one-stop-shop" for both the company and country music fans.
"We do intend to run concerts in the future and we have set up a campsite for our fan base, when they travel through town they can actually come and park out there with their caravans," Leigh said.
"We can't do much at the moment but ... hopefully we can start some concerts and create a home base for traditional country music."