The 'Notes For Notes' studio opened in Las Vegas this weekend.
Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie has opened a new music studio aimed at giving young people better access to musical instruments.
Local Las Vegas news station KTNV reports that the studio, called 'Notes For Notes', is located at the Henderson Boys and Girls Club and comes equipped with instruments worth around $10,000.
On the new studio, Brendon says "I can tell you right now, if I had these tools at your age, the band would have taken off when I was 12. You’re probably going to get a sped-up version of what I got".
Brendon Urie launched his charitable 'Highest Hopes' foundation in 2018 and, in partnership with State Farm, has been developing projects like this one in order to give back to local communities. He revealed the news of this studio in a video released back in November 2018 where he was also reunited with his former high school music teacher.