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Diadan Holdings Nova Scotia - Evergreen Studios

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The Los Angeles recording studio, formerly DiaDan Studios Inc., has a storied history and was previously owned by Nova Scotia’s DiaDan Holdings Ltd. For 40 years, the Evergreen Stage has been a preeminent recording environment that has hosted some of the music industry’s biggest stars.

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Diadan Holdings Nova Scotia - Evergreen Studios

  1. 1. For 40 years, the​ ​Evergreen Stage​ has been a preeminent recording environment that has hosted some of the music industry’s biggest stars. The Los Angeles recording studio, formerly​ ​DiaDan Studios Inc.​, has a storied history and was previously owned by​ ​Nova Scotia’s DiaDan Holdings Ltd​. Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, and Ray Charles are just a few of the music superstars who have appeared at The Evergreen Stage. It is one of the largest independent soundstages in the greater Los Angeles area, and features a 3,000 square foot live room. The studio can accommodate up to 80 musicians, including large orchestras and live bands, in addition to solo artists like the performers above.
  2. 2. Before it hosted a​ ​recording studio​, the Evergreen Stage housed a famous movie theatre. The Magnolia Theatre opened in the 1940s and was known partly for its French and Italian inspired architecture. The theatre’s exteriors were used in the 1954 film Pushover, in 1975’s Night Moves, and in 2016’s hit film La La Land. The Magnolia may have closed as a theatre in 1979, but it soon reopened as a recording studio. Some of the other movie projects filmed at The Evergreen Stage include Back to the Future, When Harry Met Sally, Star Trek, and the Blues Brothers. In the past, it’s also been used to record sound for television shows like Friends and Dallas.

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