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History Of: The World-Famous Troubadour In West Hollywood
Without a doubt, few establishments have hosted as many historical and electrifying musical moments as Doug Weston's Troubadour in West Hollywood. Since Weston opened the club's doors in 1957, countless influential acts have debuted, formed been discovered, or delivered triumphant intimate performances within the walls of one of L.A.'s most famous cultural landmarks.
From being the platform for 1960s debuts by Buffalo Springfield, Joni Mitchell and James Taylor to hosing some of the the biggest artists and comedians of today, the Troubadour's legacy keeps growing over 60 years since it opened. Learn more about the Troubadour's storied past across the decades in the latest episode of GRAMMY.com's History Of.