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Palladium’s Opening Night

On October 15, nearly sixty eight years to the day that the Hollywood Palladium ushered Los Angeles into the swing era with a grand opening performance of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring a young Frank Sinatra, rap mogul Jay-Z took the stage with his own 12-piece Roc Boys ensemble. The Hollywood Palladium is located on Sunset Blvd., just east of Argyle Ave.

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Backed by a mega-screen featuring classic 30’s gangster imagery, he launched into his two hour set with a track that perfectly defined the moment for the 4,000 fans in attendance and the city celebrating a new beginning for the historic facility:...

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When you have someone on your gift list that loves movies, concerts, Americana, or Hollywood, you may want to consider some Hollywood Palladium pictures as gift ideas.  There have been many shows and concerts performed at this famous landmark and anyone that is looking to add some personality and flair to their home or office may appreciate this images as part of their décor.  Opened in 1940, the Hollywood Palladium has played host to countless famous entertainers like, Tommy Dorsey and his band, Frank Sinatra, Glen Miller, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan and Madonna. It has also been the location for...

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 The famous Hollywood Palladium opened on October 31, 1940 with a concert by Frank Sinatra and the Tommy Dorsey Band.  Since then, the Hollywood Palladium has hosted the Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, and concerts with such entertainers The Rolling Stones, Barbara Streisand, The Beach Boys and The Grateful Dead.  In addition, hundreds of conventions and meetings have been held at the Palladium.  Dancing to many of the big bands was also very popular.  During the second world war, the Palladium hosted...

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The famous Hollywood Palladium opened on October 31, 1940 with a concert by Frank Sinatra and the Tommy Dorsey Band.  Since then, the Hollywood Palladium has hosted the Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, and concerts with such entertainers The Rolling Stones, Barbara Streisand, The Beach Boys and The Grateful Dead.  In addition, hundreds of conventions and meetings have been held at the Palladium.  During the second world war, the Palladium hosted radio broadcasts featuring Betty Grable greeting servicemen with song requests.  In 2008, the Hollywood Palladium underwent a year long, multimillion dollar renovation

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HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM

Los Angeles Times publisher, Norman Chandler funded the construction of the art deco Hollywood Palladium at a cost of $1.6 million in 1940. It was built where part of the original Paramount Studio lot once stood and is located between Argyle and El Centro avenues.
The theater opened October 31, 1940 with a concert by Frank Sinatra and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. It had six bars serving liquor and two more serving soft drinks and a $1 cover charge and a $3 charge for dinner.Over the years, it has hosted the Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, TV Land Awards, Toyah, The Greatful Dead, Beach Boys, ...