Studio Seven

3.5 out of 5 stars
based on 3 Reviews
110 S. Horton St.
Seattle, WA 98134
(206) 286-1312


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Typical earnings for each musician

based on input from 1 review

Paid via…

  • Lump sum?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Cover?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Donations?: No (1 vote)  
  • Minimum draw to get paid?: No (1 vote)  
  • No pay at all?: No (1 vote)  
  • Free food?: No (1 vote)  
  • Free drinks?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Paid to play?: No (1 vote)  

Business practices

  • Non-profit?: No (1 vote)  
  • Musician-run?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Rental fee?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Books local acts?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Books out-of-town acts?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Promotes the acts it hires?: Yes (1 vote)  


  • Piano?: No (1 vote)  
  • Piano in tune?: No (1 vote)  
  • Keyboard?: No (1 vote)  
  • Drumset?: No (1 vote)  
  • Keyboard amp?: No (1 vote)  
  • Guitar amp?: No (1 vote)  
  • Bass amp?: No (1 vote)  
  • Direct box?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • PA system?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Sound person?: Yes (1 vote)  

The room

  • Stage?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Backstage/Green Room?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Space for dancing?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Primarily background music?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Serves Food?: Yes (1 vote)  
  • Liquor License?: Yes (1 vote)  
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Reviews from musicians



1 Review
4.0 out of 5 stars   


Very important to consider WHO is actually booking the show. There are a lot of negative things about some of the typical shows at this venue that are put on for amateur or first-time musicians, because it is often rented out by companies built around that business model which guilts you into selling tickets to your friends and family. However, if you are at that very-early stage in your music career, that isn't necessarily a bad thing. I very much enjoyed playing a few shows here when I was just starting out, even though I would later learn to stay away from certain booking companies that will not be named (and that a real band with a real fanbase is better off booking the show themselves or playing somewhere else). Because the venue itself is more than your average high schooler with no fans can ask for - good sound, LOUD sound, lots of space, free parking, the feeling of knowing many of your favorite bands have played in the exact same spot when they have real national or international tours make their Seattle spot there. And that's precisely what I got.



5 Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars   


It is hilarious that this is listed as a real place to play. This room is rented out by promoters to put on shows and there will never ever be a payout to play in this place. It is a place where local metal bands, or ska bands, open up for a regional touring act that is coming through town, or there is some kind of battle of the bands thing or a 5 band festival like thing where everyone has to sell tickets to play there.

It is a cement and wood box that sounds as good as an airplane hanger does, they put plastic garbage cans in the corners and there are keg cups all over the cement floors when the shows start. Its like the inside of a cheap punk rock club from 1977. Its an all ages venue and usually has at least a $10.00 cover sometimes it is way way way more for old washed up rock star acts that come through town, Trower, Shanker, Pat Travers, tickets are north of $30.00 and the opening act has to sell them to play there.

It's a place for kids who don't know any better and guys still trying to grind it out in their 40s doing originals to go and get ripped off by a promoter putting on a show. Not a serious music venue from a musicians standpoint, unless you are the regional touring act, or if you can fill it yourself and take all the door, which would only be possible once or twice a year.


bass and vocals

2 Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars   


This place is awesome! Friendly staff, great house sound tech, security are even music lovers. This is a great venue for beginners and seasoned pros. The experience has been the same since they opened.
Parking can get crazy when it is packed. The 21+ shows are more fun than all ages because you can bring your drink up to the stage, otherwise you must keep drinks upstairs amd watch the concert from the balcony. Other than that, this place rules!
And they have musician rehearsal spaces in the same building