Iconic Quebec studio that hosted David Bowie, Rush destroyed in ‘suspicious’ fire

Le Studio Morin Heights, once home to artists like Rush, Keith Richards, David Bowie and The Police, has been empty since the early 2000s. (Photo: CTV Montreal/Wayne Toplosky)

By The Canadian Press, August 11, 2017 

MORIN HEIGHTS, Que. — Quebec provincial police are investigating a suspicious blaze at a building north of Montreal that once housed a recording studio frequented by many famous Canadian and international artists.

At its height in the 1970s and 1980s, Le Studio hosted numerous musicians and bands including the Bee Gees, David Bowie, Keith Richards and Rush.

The studio had been out of business since 2008 and was abandoned and put up for sale in 2015.

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