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Ludo is an exciting new five-piece rock band that recorded its first self-titled album and other songs here at Jupiter before being signed to Island Records. Now they are on tour, on a label and on the radio.

Straight from the STL, Story of the Year, has been making music for over a decade. The popular band has just finished a third project here at Jupiter and is still going strong.

Luke Perry came into Jupiter Studios to sing a part for the soundtrack of the upcoming movie, "Alice Upside Down", which is filming here in St. Louis.

Ron Isley is the lead singer and founding member of the legendary soul group the Isley Brothers. He has visited Jupiter to work on voice-overs, video shoots and tracks for one of his albums.

Jadakiss recently visited St. Louis and had his D.J come in for a session to work with our Senior Engineer, Jim Callahan.

Murphy Lee Platinum recording artist, Murphy Lee, has visited Jupiter several times for various projects. While managing a successful solo career, Murphy has also found time to take on several new projects including working on tracks for artists involved with his new production company, U C ME Entertainment

Simple Plan came to Jupiter to record acoustic versions of their songs for their album, Still Not Getting Any. They are currently signed to Atlantic Records and are touring all over the country.

Lucas Grabeel was in the movie, "High School Musical" and came into Jupiter Studios to work on the soundtrack for the upcoming movie, "Alice Upside Down", which is filming here in St. Louis.

Nelly the internationally-known rap superstar flew in his New York producer and a multi-piece choir to record at the St. Louis studio.


Jive Records recording artist Huey is one of St. Louis' prominent hip-hop artists. He recorded much of his mixtape here at Jupiter as well as several tracks on his album Notebook Paper including his hit "Pop, Lock, and Drop It".