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Castle Row Studios hosting open house, master class


When Garrett Starks walked into The Oklahoman on Tuesday, he assumed he was showing up for a print interview. Then he saw the lights and cameras. Welcome to today's newspaper, Mr. Starks. 

And thank you for coming in to share your story about Castle Row Studios. We learned last week via Brandy McDonnell's always fine reporting, and extensive blogging, that an open house will be held this Saturday at Castle Row Studios, 2908 Epperly Drive in Del City, followed by a master class instructed by Steven Durr.

Today we heard more from Starks, who owns Castle Row Studios with his wife Ashton, and the journey from running a studio within a small house to running a legit studio space.

Provided photo from Castle Row Studios, 2908 Epperly Drive in Del City.
Provided photo from Castle Row Studios, 2908 Epperly Drive in Del City.

The 10,600 square foot facility features three recording studios and other multi-purpose production rooms, serves as a live performance venue and is home to a Hammond organ with Leslie cabinet. In its previous life, the location housed Del City Music and Woodside Studios. That recording studio was operated by Bob Wood, a country musician and producer who worked with Oklahomans Vince Gill and Reba McEntire.

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Provided photo from Castle Row Studios, 2908 Epperly Drive in Del City.

Provided photo from Castle Row Studios, 2908 Epperly Drive in Del City.

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David Morris

Dave Morris serves as Director of Video at OPUBCO, where he's worked since 1996. Morris spent two years as a sports reporter for The Oklahoman before transitioning to online efforts. He has 15 years of digital management with Oklahoman.com and... Read more ›

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