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Jukasa Studios brings a piece of Abbey Road to Six Nations

Surrounded by trees and fields, sits a multi-million dollar recording studio on Six Nations. Sounds impressive right? What is even more impressive is the musical talent that has recorded there - Artists like Snoop Dog, Protest the Hero, The Sheepdogs and Alexisonfire.

Mohawk musician Logan Staats takes us on a tour

Unreserved takes a tour of Jukasa Studios on Six Nations of the Grand River.

6 years ago
Duration 1:49
Unreserved takes a tour with singer/song writer, Logan Staats of Jukasa Studios on Six Nations of the Grand River. 1:49

On Six Nations, surrounded by trees and fields, sits a multi-million dollar recording studio. Sounds impressive right? What is even more impressive is the musical talent that has recorded there.

Artists like Snoop Dog, Protest the Hero, The Sheepdogs and Alexisonfire have all made the trip out to make music at Jukasa Studios.

But perhaps the most impressive thing about this space, besides the fact that it is Indigenous-owned, is the soundboard. Several years back, the Indigenous-owned studio Jukasa bought a soundboard from Abbey Road Studios in London. A popular recording spot for acts like Pink Floyd and The Beatles — is even inspired an album title for the Fab Four. 

Mohawk musician Logan Staats can be found hanging out at the studio most days, he recently helped launch a radio station called Jukasa Radio that airs out of the space.

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