Cherokee Studios - Coming Back

Coming Back

In late August 2011, the official website announced "New Studio Coming to Hollywood", but no details are provided at this time The Robb family lived in Chatsworth next to Del Shannon. The three brothers "the Robb's" band was having trouble getting places to play when their father, Dave, told them that if they don't get any more gigs they would have to get real jobs. When their neighbor, Dell Shannon, heard this he told them they should open a recording studi in their barn. Since they didn't have enough money to do this, Dell loaned them money for the board. At first they recorded some small bands then Don Ho and Little Richard til they made their first big hit named Pretzel Logic.

They were neighbors and I hoped them build their first studio and their father, Dave, gave me the information.

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