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Super Bowl Stars No Doubt Workout At The Village Studios Gridiron.
February 17, 2003 Los Angeles, California
Following up on the success of their smash-hit CD, Rock Steady, multi-platinum
pop-ska-rockers No Doubt
recorded tracks at The Village Studios prior to their charismatic 2003 Super
Bowl half-time performance. No
Doubt, who also shared their Super Bowl stage for one song with Sting,
performed for gazillions of television viewers around the world. But their fan
base at The Village Studios was significantly smaller, being joined by über-producer
Glen Ballard best known for his chart-topping work with Alanis Morissette
and Dave Matthews engineer Scott Campbell, and assistants Ok Hee Kim
and Darren Frank.
According to one anonymous Village Studios representative, No Doubts Super Bowl performance carried the ball far better than the Oakland Raiders. (There has been no confirmation to rumors that Gwen Stefani will replace Oakland Raider Barret Robbins).
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No Doubt, recently recorded at The Village with legendary producer, Glen Ballard (3rd from right) and engineer, Scott Campbell (2nd from right), in preparation for their performance at this years Super Bowl half time show.
For 35 years, the Village has been one of the entertainment industrys top audio recording and mixing studios. Located in a spectacular 26,000-square-foot former Masonic Temple in West Los Angeles, the multi-room facility today provides state-of-the-art recording and scoring services to the record, film, and television industries. For more information, refer to the studios Web site at www.villagestudios.com