In the late 60’s it was call the Hullabaloo. It was a concert theater for many of the upcoming bands of that era. Chicago,the Doors, The Mandala and many other bands performed there. I was in a band that worked there and we would lock the place up after rehearsal just to come back the next day and find a lit candle on the stage. During rehearsal we would hear noises off stage and no one would be there. There are passages though out building. Hallways that go nowhere. It was said by the janitor that these hallways where plastered up. He said that these hallways used to lead to an apartment building on the back of the lot. We could feel rushes of cold wind in our dressing room. The place had an eeire feel about it. The place has a history to it. Look it up on Google. Look up the Moulin Rouge in Hollywood or the Earl Carroll Theater.
(Submitted by Hank D)
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- 6230 Sunset Blvd.
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- 34.097484, -118.32469420000001
- Los Angeles County, California
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