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London Bridge Studios

Shoreline, Washington

Nestled just 15 miles north of Seattle, London Bridge Studio in Shoreline, Washington, may be relatively modern since its 1985 inception, but its impact on music is no less profound. For over three decades, this studio has been a creative epicenter, attracting renowned artists such as Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, and Macklemore, who have left indelible marks on the industry. Founded and maintained by producers, London Bridge Studio remains adaptable to the evolving landscape of music production, ensuring it continues to nurture artistic innovation.

Despite its contemporary setting, London Bridge Studio offers a window into the timeless art of record-making. Guided tours provide enthusiasts with intimate insights into the studio’s inner workings, showcasing its pivotal role in shaping musical legacies. Whether you’re a dedicated fan or simply curious about the creative process, the experience offers a rare opportunity to delve into the magic behind iconic albums and chart-topping hits.

When you’re visiting Washington State for leisure or embarking on one of many cruise adventures that start in Seattle,  a stop at London Bridge Studio is a must for music lovers. It’s a chance to walk in the footsteps of legends, feel the birth of “grunge”, immerse yourself in musical history, and witness firsthand the enduring spirit of innovation that defines this legendary recording space.

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