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Time Out says
This storied club has a rich musical history: Randy Newman got his start here, and Elton John made his US debut on its stage in 1970. It hasn't lapsed into irrelevance in the time since, often showcasing bands on the rise: Interpol, Joss Stone and Franz Ferdinand all played early US shows here. The sound is great and the views are decent from almost anywhere in the room—just stay out from under the balcony.
Troubadour 9081 Santa Monica Blvd
at N Doheny Dr
Hollywood & West Hollywood
What's on at Troubadour
Rock, Pop & Hip-hop, Folk
SoCal band Grizfolk was founded by three LA implants—one from the South and two from Stockholm, Sweden—who found inspiration in "ghetto by the sea" Venice Beach. Expect poppy folk-rock with a traveling vagabond's touch, complete with boot-stomping guitar...
Country & folk
Hotly tipped Brooklyn country-soul rockers the Lone Bellow have their real roots in the South (Georgia and Virginia), and the celeb-fave trio has been talked up by highfalutin sources from The New York Times to NPR. The group will bring the sounds of...
Blues, Roots & Country
A far cry from Medeski Martin & Wood's groove-jazz improv, bassist Chris Wood’s Nashville-based Americana roots side project focuses on his older brother's singing and songwriting (Mumford & Sons and Avett Brothers fans, take note). Vocally, the siblings...