We're hard at work building out a new event space for live music in the western suburbs of the Twin Cities. I wrapped the stage in corrugated that had patina'd over the years at a mink farm. One of the challenges though came with this wall, the owner wanted to have a rustic/americana/barn look to it but with a sound membrane between the sheets of drywall we couldn't nail each barnwood board to the wall. We came up with the idea of framing a wall to attach to the wall, nailing the top only, and toe'ing into the stage on the bottom to minimize breaking the sound membrane. Then using construction adhesive to bond to the existing wall in the middle. From there we could nail to the frame without excessively damaging the sound membrane. Thanks to my buddy Ben and the intern Pooh Bear for getting this one done with me. Now its onto building a the bar!