Some of Rock’s most memorable and historic places that I have personally visited

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TERRY KATH, singer, song writer and lead guitarist of the band CHICAGO, once owned and lived at the above residence located at 1770 Grandview, Glendale, with his beautiful wife Pamela, from June 2, 1971 up to the night he very sadly died on, January 23, 1978.

“Standin’ on a corner in Winslow, Arizona”, as the lyrics on the Eagles’ “TAKE IT EASY”
sing to us. This tribute is found on the corner of Second and Kinsley St., Winslow, AZ.

Strawberry Fields and the “IMAGINE” tribute (Central Park, NY) and the outside of the Dakota
where John Lennon was sadly gunned down. Both adjacent to 72nd St. and Central Park West.

Click on any of these photos to see larger images of the “Cadillac Ranch”, located about 10
miles west on highway I-40 just outside of Amarillo, Texas, south side of mile post 60.

Corner of 7th and Main Street, downtown Los Angeles, where the band U2 filmed their video,
“Where the Streets Have No Name.”

Capitol Records, located at 1750 Vine Street, Hollywood, California.

The Hollywood Bowl, located at 2301 N. Highland Avenue, Hollywood, California.

The Guitar Center, Hollywood,
7425 W. Sunset Blvd.

The Sunset Grill, 7439 W. Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, California.

The CHATEAU MARMONT hotel, located at 8221 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood.
John Belushi died here on March 5, 1982.

Where THE DOORS, VAN HALEN and many others got their start:
The Whiskey, located at 8901 Sunset Blvd., West L.A.

“Plenty of room at the Hotel California”, as the Beverly Hills Hotel,
located at 9641 Sunset Blvd., Beverly Hills, was also the setting
for the Eagles 1976 album cover, “Hotel California.”

The Beverly Hills PD arrested WHAM’s George Michael for doing
“something funny” at the bathrooms here at Will Rogers Memorial Park,
located at 9650 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills.

The Troubadour, located at 9081 Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, has hosted Elton John,
Bruce Springsteen, Crosby Stills and Nash and so many more.

Landmark restaurant Barney’s Beanery, located at 8447 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood.

Legendary ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS – 3 Abbey Road, St. John’s Wood, London UK.

The original and first ever HARD ROCK CAFE at 150 Old Park Lane, London, UK.

Blue Jay Way in the Hollywood Hills north
of Sunset Blvd. & Doheny Dr. – George Harrison rented a house and forever immortalized the name in Beatles lore.

Motley Crue shot most of the “Girls Girls Girls” video inside and outside “The Seventh Veil” strip club – 71890 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood.

A stretch of Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California was immortalized by Jan and Dean
in the song, “Dead Man’s Curve.” Continue west on Sunset Blvd., just past Whittier Blvd.,
and before arriving in Bel Air.

Elvis Presley lived at the Hotel Knickerbocker located at 1714 Ivar Street, Hollywood, in suite 1016 for the better part of the year 1956.

Janis Joplin was found dead in room 105
on October 4, 1970 of the Landmark Hotel, 7047 Franklin Ave., Hollywood. Hotel is now known as The Highland Gardens Hotel.

The beginning of the famous south entrance to Laurel Canyon at Hollywood Blvd. Stretching
across the Hollywood Hills to the San Fernando Valley, this was the home of The Byrds, The Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Frank Zappa, Keith Moon and so many others during the 1960’s & 1970’s.

100 North Carolwood Drive, just north of Sunset Blvd. was the house at
which Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009.

The Rainbow restaurant and nightclub located at 9015 Sunset Blvd. is next to The Roxy
concert club at 9009 Sunset Blvd., both in West Hollywood. Together, no two clubs in
Hollywood have seen more of Rock’s royalty come to party and hang out, since both clubs
opened by co-owner Lou Adler back in the 1970’s.

Click on any of these photos to see larger images of the most famous intersection in all of
Rock and Roll. Located in San Francisco, California.