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Pressure Point Brings Down Chicago House

On June 17, 2004, Chicago's music elite gathered at newly opened Pressure Point Recording for its grand opening party to welcome this hot new studio into 8/01/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

Pictured at the ribbon cutting, from left: manager Adrian Guerra, general manager David Chavez, studio manager Chris Schneider, Mayor Daley, studio owner Danny Bouilla and engineer/producer Larry Sturm

On June 17, 2004, Chicago's music elite gathered at newly opened Pressure Point Recording for its grand opening party to welcome this hot new studio into the local pro audio community. Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley stopped by early on for the ribbon-cutting ceremony, received a private tour and chatted about the Windy City's arts and entertainment communities.

Major label heads, hip hop/electronica artists and other invited guests were treated to a sushi dinner and other hors d' oeuvres while mingling away to the sounds of Howard Levy Band and DJ Maurice Joshua, who entertained the late-night crowd until 4 a.m.

Mayor Daley at the SSL 9000 K

“The grand-opening party to celebrate the opening of our A room was a smashing success,” enthused studio manager Chris Schneider. “With friends and artists from Chicago, as well as around the country in attendance including the mayor, made it a great night. We look forward to hits coming from Chicago and Pressure Point for years to come.”

For more information on Pressure Point Recording, check out “The Class of 2004” and the cover in our June 2004 issue, or online at www.pprecs.com.


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