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Bookies was ground zero for the Detroit New Wave scene and home for Detroit’s punk rock scene
870 W. McNichols Rd. Detroit, Michigan
Creem Magazine, America’s only rock ‘n’ roll magazine, was founded in 1969 by Wayne State student Barry Kramer and Brit Tony Reray in a defeated building in Detroit’s Cass Corridor.
3729 Cass Ave. Detroit, Michigan
The MC5 pad in Ann Arbor was a hub for local rock bands and activists that were in Ann Arbor.
1510 Hill St. Ann Arbor, Michigan
Iggy Pop and his band the Stooges got started in this home. It was a hot spot in the local Ann Arbor music scene.
1324 Forest Court Ann Arbor, Michigan
State of The Union bar was a lounge and live performance venue in North West DC, on the historic “U Street Corridor”.
1357 U Street NW Washington DC, DC 20009
Madonna lived with her parents and seven siblings in this four-bed, two-bath house till she moved out at 18 to attend the University of Michigan.
2036 Oklahoma Ave. Rochester Hills, Michigan
GarWood Mansion – A 60’s Counterculture Hub and Musical RefugeThe end of Keelson Dr. Detroit, Michigan
Detroit’s historical and utopian Garwood Mansion was a homebase and creative haven during the mid 70’s.
Keelson Dr. Detroit, Michigan
Gold Star Recording Studios was a trailblazing studio that changed the course of modern music through technology and hosting pioneering producers.
6252 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90038
Greene St Recording Studios Was Key To The Hip Hop Landscape In The 90sGreene St Recording Studio Was Legendary
Learn more about Greene St. Recording Studios and it role in recording the golden years of NY hip hop in the 90’s
112 Greene Street, ny, ny
The influential “Brill Building Sound” and the style of popular songwriting and recording created by its writers and producers defined 60’s popular music.
1619 Broadway, ny, ny 10019
Visit Graceland Mansion the home of Elvis and Presley and read about his first recording session.
3764 Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, TN 38116
Few artists have influenced style, fashion and music like David Bowie did during his 50-years career explore, Hansa Studios, where he made his seminal hits.
Köthener Str. 38, 10963 Berlin, Germany