The Grande Ballroom is a historic live music venue located at 8952 Grand River Avenue in the Petosky-Otsego neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan.The building was designed by Detroit engineer and architect Charles N. Agree in 1928 and originally served as a multi-purpose building, hosting retail business on the first floor and a large dance hall upstairs.
The following story was removed from The Grande Ballroom Detroit’s Rock n Roll Palace during the editing phase when we needed to reduce word count. I am sharing it here today on the 50th Anniversary of the moon landing. Enjoy. In July of 1969 Rick Lockhart was a teenager actually living at the Grande Ballroom.
Louder Than Love – The Grande Ballroom Story – DVD. Louder Than Love – The Grande Ballroom Story – DVD available here! AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY about the Legendary Grande Ballroom Louder Than Love is the greatest untold story in Rock & Roll history as revealed by the musicians, artists, and people that lived it. While the West Coast was groovin’ to the sounds of the “Summer of ...
That was because "the Grande Ballroom's audiences were probably the best audiences in the world," MC5 drummer Dennis Thompson told the filmmakers of "Louder Than Love: The Grande Ballroom Story." "The Grande Ballroom's audience was this, this, a beast of its own.
Grande Ballroom, Detroit, Michigan. 635 likes. The Grande Ballroom is a historic live music venue located at 8952 Grand River Avenue in the...
Seeking to recreate The Fillmore experience in Detroit, Gibb leased an old big-band ballroom located at 8592 Grand River Avenue, and the Grande Ballroom was born. It opened on October 6, 1966. By July 1967, Russ had started to book both national and international acts and the Grande was considered an essential band tour stop.
May 24-26, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, (24th) The Frost, Buffy Reed Phenomena, (25th) The Jagged Edge, Fox, (26th) MC5, The Psychedelic Stooges) May 29-30, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, (29th) Toad, Carousel, (30th) The Jagged Edge, Charging Rhinoceros of Soul)
Grande Ballroom - Old photos Grande Ballroom. The Who perform at the Grande Ballroom. T.L. Weschler. The Grande shortly after opening. Photo from the Burton Historical Collection.
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1. Tales Of Brave Ulysses 2. N.S.U. 3. Sitting On Top Of The World 4. Sweet Wine 5. Rollin' And Tumblin' 6. Spoonful 7. Stepping Out 8. Traintime 9. Toad 10. I'm So Glad.