Robert Lang had a vision and he would spend the next 15 years digging, excavating, sculpting and cultivating this extraordinary work of art – today known as Robert Lang Studios.

Robert would skip school to repair his prized pinball machine as a third grader.  At 20, welding and metal sculpture became a passion as he worked for Boeing.  But in 1972, everything changed when his friends asked him to “record” their band, Cheeseburger Deluxe, as they performed at the Aquarius Tavern in Shoreline, WA.

 

For 43 years along with a lot of help from their friends, the Lang family, Robert, Tina Liberio and Chris, have been building their dream. A castle for emerging and established artists to come together and bring their passion for music to life.

 
“Dig deep, think outside the box, take chances, then push beyond.”
— Robert Lang

Legend of the Ghost

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The Paranormal Underground came by to find the ghost and do an interview with Robert Lang. Halloween interview with Seattle’s The Stranger magazine.

Ghost in the Machine The famous photo of the ghost. Here the bassist from Drown Mary is visited during a recording session in the live room. The yellow and red stripes on the bottom of the shot are taped markers on the glass door through which the photo is taken.

Ghost in the Machine The famous photo of the ghost. Here the bassist from Drown Mary is visited during a recording session in the live room. The yellow and red stripes on the bottom of the shot are taped markers on the glass door through which the photo is taken.


The Stone

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Read the full legend of the stone here.