The Sounds stopped employing architects months ago. Their GM is in Arizona soaking up Spring Training instead of being in Nashville to close an important deal even with a significant ballpark deadline approaching. They wouldn't agree to pull their own butts out of the fire by splitting overrun costs with developer Struever Bros and paying them back later.
And I'm looking up their ticket office phone number to see whether it is too late to get my money back for my 2007 season tickets. I'm fed up with this fly-by-night operation that calls itself the "Nashville Sounds." "Sounds Good" was the correct motto for their drive for Council approval; all we ever got was sounds of goodness without any substance thereof.