Americana, Roots, and Country Music in Los AngelesEvery Sunday | 3-8pm | April - September | @ The Echo
1822 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
"The Echo Park crowd knock back longnecks and listen to bands that can include (former) local fixture, Mike Stinson,or former members of the Blasters. Members of Wilco, and The Black Crowes have been known to show up and even take the stage.” -Los Angeles Magazine
“Sunday afternoons, put a kick in God’s day with the Grand Ole Echo, a downhome celebration with three live bands plus and old-timey jam and bbq on the back patio.” - The Pasadena Weekly
The Far West recorded a music video at The Grand Ole Echo last summer
Check out the video below
American Songwriter Magazine recently published the LA Music Special edition for their Nov/Dec 2014 issue. Jonathan Bernstein writes about The Grand Ole Echo.
"That's just one example of the type of collaborations in store at the Grand Ole Echo, whose definition of Americana is much more wide-ranging and diverse than its Nashville namesake, booking everything from southern rock to psychedelic alt-country to bluegrass to old fashioned honkytonk."
Other mentions to The California Roots Union, Honkytonk Hacienda, The Cinema Bar, and Genghis Cohen Restaurant, Bar & Music. Christmas came early!
In LA you can find it at Book Soup or Barnes & Noble or you can download here: http://www.americansongwriter.com/2014/10/download-l-music-issue-featuring-ryan-adams/