Jonesboro, GA

Jonesboro, GA is an area that Pianos In Tune, LLC frequently visits for piano tuning, piano repair and piano maintenance.

Did you know that Jonesboro, GA is the fictional setting for “Tara” in Margaret Michell’s book “Gone With the Wind”?  As a matter of fact, the Mitchell family designated Jonesboro/Clayton County as the official home of “Gone With the Wind” in 1969.  In addition to that title, Jonesboro is also the county seat of Clayton County.  The city was originally named “Jonesborough” and during the Civil War served as the battleground for the final skirmish of the Atlanta Campaign.

Visitors to this area will find plenty of things to go, see and do during their stay here.  Some of these include The Road to Tara Museum, The Georgia State Archives, The National Archives SE Region, Reynolds Nature Preserve, Newman Wetlands Center, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Fun Spot America  and Clayton County International Park.  There is even something for golf and water sports enthusiasts in the Lake Spivey community located in Jonesboro.

The fine arts are alive and well in Clayton County, GA.  Spivey Hall is a world-class concert hall located on the campus of Clayton State University that hosts a wide variety of musical performances.  Clayton County Performing Arts Center is known as one the most unique performing arts venues in the U.S.  Arts Clayton supports local artists by offering monthly exhibits of local talent, artists workshops and master classes, and a gift shop.

Pianos In Tune, LLC is proud to offer the entire Jonesboro and Clayton County area competent and comprehensive piano tuning, piano maintenance and piano repair services.  We are located just a short drive northeast and frequent this area on a regular basis.  Also, owner Richard Bazemore, RPT, is one of the very few piano tuners servicing this area that can claim to have earned the title “Registered Piano Technician” with the Piano Technicians Guild.  A Registered Piano Technician (RPT) is a member of The Piano Technicians Guild (a non-profit organization of piano technicians) who has demonstrated competence by passing a series of three rigorous examinations on the maintenance, repair and tuning of pianos.