Back when The Doors were the opening act…. The Whisky A Go-Go was the place to be if you were in Los Angeles during the summer of 1966. Here is a newspaper ad that listed the bands playing. On July 13 and for the next 10 nights after you could have seen The Turtles. You […]

50 years ago today, the first day of the first Miami Pop event took place at Gulfstream Park. An estimated 100,000 people attended this concert, which was promoted by Richard O’Barry & Michael Lang, later famous as promoter of Woodstock. Bands featured at the festival included Steppenwolf, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Frank Zappa and The […]

Sometimes life is too close art. “Dead Man’s Curve, it’s no place to play Dead Man’s Curve, you best keep away Dead Man’s Curve, I can hear ’em say Won’t come back from Dead Man’s Curve” Jan & Dean had a big hit record with their song “Dead Man’s Curve”. On April 12, 1966, in […]

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