Rock and Roll

Subject Statesort descending City
Bryan Ferry album named after Duchamp painting, now here. David Bowie visited here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Holmesburg Prison - Redbone, and "Up Close and Personal" Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Blues Legend Muddy Waters Played Here Pennsylvania Bensalem
King Crimson / Todd Rundgren Concert Was Here, 1973 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
PFF (Peter F*g Frampton) Stencil Art (Graffiti) Was Here Pennsylvania Blue Bell
Virtue Recording Studios Were Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Woolworth's was here, great place to buy records. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Second Fret Coffeehouse was here - Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Husker Du Played in this Rowhouse Basement Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Clash stayed here in 1979! Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Otis Redding, James Brown, played at this club - Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Daryl Hall & John Oates Met Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Billy Synth's Tragik Records was here. Pennsylvania Harrisburg
The Trauma - Philadelphia Rock Club in the 60s Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mashed Potato dance originated here. Pennsylvania Upper Darby
Stars - Second and Bainbridge, had some top acts appear. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
"You can't get to heaven, on the Frankford El ..." Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bruce Springsteen & Max Clinch were photographed here. Pennsylvania Asbury Park
The 2nd of Autumn (Philly) rock club was here. (Velvets performed here.) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of an early show by The Police - Grendel's Lair Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Chubby Checker grew up here - So. Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
A Beach Boy and Deadfellow had breakfast together here. Pennsylvania Glenside
Revello's Pizza: Hillary yes, Ozzy sort of, best porketta sandwich. Pennsylvania Old Forge
Sigma Sound (Bowie recorded; Springsteen visited him.) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Springsteen played college arena 3X, once opening for Stevie Wonder. Pennsylvania Kutztown
Studio 4 (of Ruffhouse Records fame) is/was here. Pennsylvania Conshohocken
Frank Black had band gear stolen here. Pennsylvania Lester
Best Record Store in Montgomery County, PA? Pennsylvania Jeffersonville
Nancy Spungen's Grave; Sid Vicious's Too? Pennsylvania Bensalem
Head Cheese Single "Jungle Jam" Refers to This Place Pennsylvania Philadelphia
John Lennon, Martin Luther King Jr., in this Philly basement. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Charlie Gracie Played Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Lee How Fook, Philadelphia, NOT in "Werewolves of London" Pennsylvania Philadelphia
State Theater was here - West Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Singer Sam Cooke visited this Mt. Airy, Philly, home. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nirvana, many others, played this small Philly bar. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Marah sings about this bridge from Philadlephia, PA, to Gloucester City, NJ. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
PiL and Others played in this basement club in Philly. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
White Stripes, John Legend, Played Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Hot Club, Philadelphia, World's Greatest Music Venue Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philadelphia Rain by Steve Forbert is about this club. Pennsylvania Bryn Mawr
Rosedale Diner, from Hall & Oates Abandoned Luncheonette Cover, Was Here Pennsylvania Pottstown
Stevie Wonder played here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Steve Van Buren's Danceland was here in the 1950s (Fats Domino) Pennsylvania Bristol
Crawdaddy Magazine was born here. Pennsylvania Swarthmore
The Clash at the Walnut Street Theater; also, Lincoln Assassin's Bros. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The original Electric Factory was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Both shot Milwaukee video here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best Little Record Store in Montgomery County, PA? Pennsylvania North Wales
Police Concert at Liberty Bell Racetrack Pennsylvania Philadelphia

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