London's Sarm Studios to be 'born again for the digital age'
Sarm Studios, which is located in Notting Hill, London, has also previously been used by artists including Queen, Led Zeppelin and The Clash but will now undergo a makeover to help it “cater for the next generation”.
According to The Sun, studio owner Trevor Horn will restructure the building’s existing five studios into two new studios, using money generated from redeveloping part of the property into mews houses and flats.
Reggae legend Marley reportedly lived in a flat above the studios for a year while The Rolling Stones recorded downstairs, while Queen also recorded their iconic single ‘We Are The Champions’ at Sarm in 1977.
Horn’s daughter Ally Horn said: “We’re hoping Sarm will be born again for the digital age, so we can cater for the next generation. We’ve always been cutting edge and it’s about keeping up with that.”