HISTORY YOUNGS
Steve Young
photo 1966 World's Fair Battle of the Bands
IN 1972, APOLLO 17 LANDED ON THE MOON AND THE GODFATHER HIT THEATERS.
In music, Don McLean's ‘American Pie’ and Harry Nilsson's ‘Without You’ were topping the charts.

Steve Young was busy working with young, local singer-songwriters, guiding them then as he is now, 35 years later. Tommy Mottola, who was the mentor and talent manager of artists Hall & Oates, Carly Simon, John Mellencamp, Diana Ross, Taylor Dayne, Mariah Carey, and Jennifer Lopez, and later became the Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Entertainment, sought to create a first class recording studio on Long Island. Sparing no expense, they hired the distinguished John Storyk, the Acoustical Architect who was hot off his completion of Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios in New York City. Together, the two built a studio that has housed such acts as Twisted Sister, Taylor Dane, Fine Young Cannibals and even served as a residence for Ric Wake, who is recognized as one of the top music producers in the world. During the mid 1990's, Steve Young, producer, engineer, composer and musician, took over the studio and made it the successful Long Island recording studio that it is today. Many recording such artists as Linkin Park to Queen Latifa to the Jonas Brothers have used the services of Media Recording.

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