FFOYA House is an all-ages, family-friendly community arts venue and professional full-service recording studio located in a century-old Victorian in downtown Bowling Green, Kentucky. It opened in 2014 when Robert Tobias and Amanda Jane of the band Former Friends of Young Americans relocated their recording studio from Phoenix, Arizona, and then opened their doors (and their porch) to the public.
At FFOYA House we believe in music and the arts as a voice, and we welcome collaboration with musicians, filmmakers, writers and other artists as well as environmental, civil rights, social justice and other progressive organizations. We have an organic, permaculture garden in the front yard and are located directly across the street from the Warren County Juvenile Detention Center and down the block from the Warren County Regional Jail. We are just two blocks from historic Bowling Green's lovely Fountain Square Park, with its bustling square of restaurants, bars and boutiques, and a half-mile from the campus of Western Kentucky University.
FFOYA House Mission
To foster a spirit of equality and fairness, bridging gaps between artists, activists and community members. Using art (not celebrity) as an impetus for change.