— Adam Santoro (@adam_santoro) February 4, 2015
Pioneering Minnesota music maven John Kuker – who founded the Seedy Underbelly studio in Minneapolis – died unexpectedly at the age of 40.
The Anoka native died in Los Angeles from a suspected heart attack Monday, the Star Tribune reports, a year after he successfully reopened the legendary Pachyderm Studios in Cannon Falls, which is best known for hosting Nirvana’s “In Utero” sessions.
RIP John Kuker. Honored to have had the chance to know you. You were such a kind and generous person. You will be dearly missed. — Nate Dykstra (@natedykstra) February 4, 2015
His Seedy Underbelly studio on Minneapolis’ Washington Avenue was credited with boosting local bands, and was the setting for the recording of Semisonic’s “Feeling Strangely Fine,” which The Current notes went onto be one of the highest-selling…
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