The Los Angeles music scene is one of the most industry driven music cities on the planet. Musicians have been flocking to L.A. for decades in search of the American dream…becoming a rock star! Since the early 50’s, the LA music scene has been host to some of the most iconic musicians from around the world. With state-of-the-art recording facilities, warm sunny weather, pristine beaches and a healthy population of single women, L.A. has been THE destination for professional musicians for over a half century.
Los Angeles is also home to some of the most infamous live music venues in the world. Rock clubs and music venues like the Roxy, Whisky A Go Go, Hollywood Palladium and Greek Theater have played host to some of the world’s most elite musicians including Frank Sinatra, Rolling Stones, The Doors, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, the Runaways and Gun’s N’ Roses just to name a few. The music scene in L.A. is rich in history to say the least.
Over the last few decades a multitude of industry resources and professional trade schools have become readily available to amateur musicians aspiring to become professional artists. These resources have assisted in the overall development and growth of the Los Angeles music scene by creating a large community of well trained, seasoned professionals with advanced knowledge and expertise in music theory and the art of recording.
The combination of local culture, music history, infamous venues and educational resources have positioned Los Angeles as arguably the most advanced and influential music city in the world. The music scene Los Angeles created has served as a roadmap for industry professionals around the world. With the continued advancement, development and support of local musicians and industry professionals, Los Angeles is poised to remain a heavy hitter in the world of music.