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Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin & Big Brother and The Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and the Charlatans at 710 Ashbury St in San Francisco. Janis Joplin, Woodstock, Rock N Roll, Wes Wilson, Haight Ashbury, San Francisco, San Diego, Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother

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Sunset Strip, bell bottoms in front of the Strip spot The Trip. Twiggy, Scarlett Johansson, 1960s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Hippie Man, Grunge, Sunset Strip, This Is Your Life, New Fashion Trends

The Trip on Sunset Strip – To see all the photos, I recommend you visit my website, click on the photo at pinterest #oldphotos #oldphotoshistory #oldphotosofwomen #oldphotosvintage #oldphotoscreepy #vintagephotos #vintagephotos70s #vintagephotoshoot #vintagephotoshoot #vintagephotoswomen

The Straight Theater in San Francisco. Stories and history of the Haight Ashbury. styles, music, fashions and accessories in picture and text. Haight Ashbury, Retro Pictures, Age Of Aquarius, Famous Buildings, Hippie Love, Summer Of Love, Woodstock, Historical Photos, Peace And Love

The Straight on The Haight

The Straight Theater in San Francisco. Stories and history of the Haight Ashbury. 60's styles, music, fashions and accessories in picture and text.

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Whatever Happened to New York City’s Rock & Roll Icons?

The Daily Beast looks back on the iconic Manhattan music venues of the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s—and what became of them.

Exterior view of Gerde's Folk City nightclub and restaurant located on West Street in Greenwich Village, New York City. Greenwich Village, Friday Night Fever, The Bowery Boys, City Folk, Washington Square Park, 4th Street, West Village, Folk Music, Bob Dylan

Gerde’s Folk City | Nightlife | NYCgo

In late 1959, folk-music entrepreneur Izzy Young and Tom Prendergast came up with the idea of presenting folk music at Mike Porco’s bar and restaurant,...

On this date in 1978 after a concert by The Blues Brothers and The Grateful Dead the famed Winterland Ballroom located at 2101 Sutter St San Francisco closed for good San Francisco Travel, San Francisco California, Fillmore West, Natalie Cole, On This Date, The Blues Brothers, Famous Buildings, Grateful Dead, Summer Travel

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Dec. 31: On this date in 1978 after a concert by The Blues Brothers and The Grateful Dead, the famed Winterland Ballroom located at 2101 Sutter St, San Francisco closed for good

Glory road movie essay template Glory Road showed that enough exposure and, glory road essay. The movie also shows a team of players whose desire and passion to succeed supersedes. Rock And Roll Museum, Glory Road, Electric Ladyland, Beer Company, Washington Street, Famous Buildings, Born To Run, Bruce Springsteen, Photo Essay

Thunder Road Trip - Iconic Bruce Springsteen Landmarks (Photo Essay) | Rock Cellar Magazine

This year marks 30 years since Bruce Springsteen released the critical/commercial monster album, Born in the U.S.A. In honor of the anniversary, here are ten seminal Springsteen landmarks. Glory Days – Maxwell’s – 1039 Washington Street – Hoboken, New Jersey Remember the popular Glory Days video from Born in The U.S.A.? This is the famed New Jersey bar that was …

Allen Toussaint Mural - New Orleans Music Map Professor Longhair, Allen Toussaint, Southern Nights, New Orleans Music, Washington High School, Elvis Costello, Famous Buildings, Booker T, Brass Band

Allen Toussaint Mural - New Orleans Music Map

Allen Toussaint (1938 – 2015), an inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, was one of the most important figures in postwar New Orleans music. He used his immense talents as a producer, composer, arranger, writer, and pianist to generate hit records–usually for other artists–from the late …