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Revisit Music Legends
Discover new music in one of L.A.'s most stories venues. This unassuming building on Santa Monica Boulevard opened its doors in 1957 and has welcome rock and roll greats ever since. Bob Dylan made his debut here, so did Elton John, comedian Richard Pryer recorded a live album, Steve Martin played banjo back in '69, and Janis Joplin spent her fated last night here. It's a safe way to hear a band you've never heard of since many shows start at $12, but don't wait around! The word gets out quickly in this town and shows sell out. Grab a seat in the balcony to avoid the crowded bar and a server will visit between sets. With shows any night of the week, this is a great stop in Boy's Town with the Abby and plenty of nightlife within walking distance.
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