The Green Room (recording studio)

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The Green Room (a.k.a. The Fabulous Green Room) was a popular recording studio located in Huntington Beach, California. The Green Room was owned and operated by musician Gene Eugene and Anna Cardenas and was active from the 1980s until Cardenas was forced to sell the studio in 2002, after Eugene died in 2000.

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Artists who frequently recorded at The Green Room include Eugene's own bands, Adam Again, Lost Dogs (who also named two of their CDs and a song after the studio), and The Swirling Eddies. Others who recorded there include Daniel Amos, Poor Old Lu, Starflyer59, The Waiting and Randy Stonehill.

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