You’ve heard of Mels Drive-In. It’s the most famous drive-in restaurant in the world. Here’s why you want to be sure you put eating at Mels on your things to do in Los Angeles bucket list.
Though the Grammy Walk of Fame is located outside of the Grammy Museum, it’s a project of the Recording Academy, not the Grammy Museum.
You don’t have to wait for the Grammy Awards to air on television to experience the Grammys an all that goes with these prestigious music awards. The Grammy Museum contains a rich collection of historical music artifacts including costumes and instruments from the Grammy Awards, handwritten lyrics, records and audio/video recordings.
A music lovers visit to Los Angeles needs to include a visit to the Morrison Hotel Gallery just off of Sunset Strip. The gallery contains the finest and most unique collection of music photography in the world.
Sunset Strip is home to a number of legendary music venues, many of which were the launching pads for what became the biggest bands in the country. One of these is the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood. The Roxy is known by music lovers all over the world.
February is a big month in Los Angeles as we honor stellar performers in the creative arts. It begins with the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on February 10th.
In Laurel Canyon near the former home of Jim Morrison and Pamela Courson two plaques name the area “Love Street” in recognition of the song he wrote while living there that immortalized the neighborhood.
Most anyone that follows music history knows that Mama Cass Elliot lived in Laurel Canyon. But very few know of her first LA home with a “secret” entrance… which was also in Laurel Canyon.
In the city of Los Angeles it seems most every location was seen in a film. Lesser known is how many locations are sung about in songs.
If you’re a fan of rock music, particularly the legends that created the classics, then you’ll want to skip the Hollywood Walk of Fame during your LA vacation and pay a visit to the Rock Walk instead.