Live From Laurel Canyon

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Laurel Canyon originates from its intersection with Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. It winds and twists its way high above the city where we find Laurel Canyon residents: the Byrds; Buffalo Springfield; Carol King; James Taylor; the Mamas and the Papas; Joni Mitchell; Crosby, Stills, and Nash; the Eagles; Linda Ronstadt; Jackson Brown; Jim Morrison; Neil Young; and a host of other legendary talents who resided there from 1965 through 1976.

Much more than a tribute act, “Live from Laurel Canyon: Songs and Stories of American Folk Rock” is a journey through a special time in American pop music that pays homage to the musical legacy of Laurel Canyon. A gathering of friends for friends and the interpretation of classic songs with narrated stories from this special neighborhood and most important era in music—an era that defined a generation and whose relevance transcended and influenced other generations to come.

“Live from Laurel Canyon: Songs and Stories of American Folk Rock” features some the finest singers and most well-versed musicians in the country—singers and musicians whose take on these classic songs draw from the musical history of Laurel Canyon and its vast influence.

“Live from Laurel Canyon” is a trip back in time and a journey to the future.
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