Sponsored Project

PALOMANIA

Director(s):
Adrienne Isom
Producer(s):
KP Hawthorn, Adrienne Isom, Marisol Herold, Lisa Kaas Boyle, Shilah Morrow

The fabled history of The Palomino Club of North Hollywood (1949-1995) has never been told. What began as a watering hole with a hitching post out front for the “singing cowboys of Hollywood” coming from their movie sets, became the most important venue for country music on the West coast, and second in the US, only to the Grand Ole Opry. It was a mandatory stop for the biggest stars in country music for decades. The legacy of this tiny, unknown club has left a lasting influence on country music and its culture as we know it today.

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