Studio: Express renovates bus into mobile music studio

A renovated school bus is ready to rock-n-roll – as a totally transformed, state-of-the-art, mobile music studio for the benefit of hundreds of kids with the Boys & Girls Club of Delaware. The non-profit’s first in-person peek at the finished product was held recently in Fort Myers when club representatives picked up the keys from local creative design firm, Studio: Express.

Unrecognizable from its original state, the bus now boasts a shock of electric blue exterior paint, bold graffiti art inside and out (thanks to SWFL rapper/artist KJ-52), multi-colored lights, soundproofing, microphones, mixers, speakers and more. The jazzed-up upgrade offers a dynamic and engaging space for K-12 kids to discover a broad range of immersive opportunities to create music, videos, podcasts, video games and more! Putting it on wheels means kids at all 42 chapters of the Boys & Girls Club of Delaware will have a chance to check it out.

Studio: Express, based in South Florida, is known for renovating RVs, buses, and travel trailers into tiny homes and businesses. Crafting a fully-functional, mobile music studio from scratch was a first – but a challenge they seized to collaborate with partners so dedicated to helping kids connect, create and grow.

“We loved that this was a chance to extend so many creative opportunities to kids who need it most,” Studio: Express owner/founder Krystle Lopez said.

“Every child deserves the chance to make the music that’s in their hearts.”

Studio: Express is at 2058 Beacon Manor Drive, Fort Myers. For additional information, call 239-878-0603 or visit

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