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Cherokee Studios is a recording studio facility in Hollywood founded in 1972 by members of 1960s pop band The Robbs. Cherokee has been the location of many notable recordings by such artists as Steely Dan, David Bowie, Journey, The Cars, Foreigner, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Devo, X, Mötley Crüe, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Dokken, John Mellencamp, Melissa Etheridge, The Replacements, The Lemonheads, Rollins Band, and Jimmy Eat World.
American recording facility
|Founded||1972; 51 years ago (1972) in Los Angeles, U.S.|
|Founders||Bruce Robb, Dee Robb, Joe Robb|
Number of locations
At the peak of its success, Cherokee operated eight studios in two locations. In his autobiography, Beatles producer George Martin dubbed Cherokee Studios the best studio in America.