Hollywood California Music
Hollywood's Walk of Fame is often a must-see - visit attractions, but what about the music scene in Los Angeles? From venues that host emerging artists to legendary acts, here's a guide to music lovers to LA.
When cruising along Santa Monica Boulevard, don't miss Wiltern, one of Los Angeles "most iconic music venues, when it's open to the public. Named after the famous theater of the same name in New York City, the Wiltern was built on the site of a former cinema in the heart of Hollywood.
In the mid-1960s, the hotel became a playground for rock'n "roller players who played in nearby strip clubs. Today bands still play on the same stages as Neil Young, U2 and Foo Fighters, and some continue to do so regularly. For up-and-coming indie acts, it's worth checking out the Teragram Ballroom in Westlake to see what the bill looks like. The Rox, an upstairs bar, is a watering hole, but the stage has been played by a variety of acts including Grateful Dead, Green Day, Iron & Wine and many more.
In the heyday of heavy metal in 1985, Guns N Roses caught the eye of a Geffen A & R representative and made their stage debut. If you're lucky, you can catch them here for an unannounced live performance. One of the largest record stores in the world, the independent Amoeba Music in Hollywood has two floors full of music, DVDs, games, art and posters, and even houses a record store. Numerous hit albums and soundtracks have been mixed in the Capitol Records Building, featuring U2, U.S.A., Foo Fighters and many more.
Samantha currently lives in Los Angeles, CA, and has already had the opportunity to perform at several locations in Southern California. She performed with the Samantha Schultz Trio, who performed a year later, in January 2013. Samantha has also performed as a solo artist and was a member of the Sam and Sam Schultz Quartet, a multi-instrumentalist duo.
The rotating exhibition focuses on individual artists, including works by artists from the Los Angeles area and other parts of the country and the world. Artists such as Robert Glasper, Frank Zappa, John Coltrane and David Bowie, to name but a few.
Doubtful that this hallowed stage was in West Hollywood, and the venue was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. The Troubadour stage has hosted a number of nationally renowned acts including the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead, Elvis Presley and many others. By November 2019, more than 1,000 of the country's top rock'n "roll acts have performed at least once on the Trou Badour stage, with live performances at the Los Angeles County Convention Center featuring the likes of Elvis Costello, John Prine, Bob Dylan and John Lennon. If you're in the market for a souvenir with music and themes, look for a better place than Amoeba Music.
Elton John, 20, was best known for his shows on the troubadour stage in the 1970s. Other famous performances at the Los Angeles County Convention Center include Elvis Costello, John Prine, Bob Dylan and John Lennon.
If you're looking for a live music bar, here's a list of all the music venues and bars that host live bands in Los Angeles. It would be impossible to name them all, but if you read this, you know that the band "The Doors" has been forgotten since its inception. Now self-confessed fans of The Doors and their fans are sharing the top five spots in L.A. to attend a concert. Samantha's voice can be heard in four Westside Rental commercials that were tipped to win the Outstanding Radio Advertising Award.
Over the years, this small club has helped launch the careers of some of the most influential artists in the history of Los Angeles music. The Troubadour has been home to heavy metal that has been roaming Southern California since it opened in 1958. From the late 1960s, Trou Badour led and helped artists like Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan and James Brown into the mainstream.
It also imported some of the first record labels to be based on the West Coast and continues to attract non-glamorous metal acts. Spending time in the studio will give us a glimpse of the iconic musicians who started out there and how the Alley has become one of Los Angeles "most popular music venues.