Long considered to be the epicenter of California’s country music scene, The Palomino Club, (which closed in 1995) will re-open its doors for a one-night-only benefit concert at its original North Hollywood location on Monday, October 8 at 7:30pm.
The event, to raise funds for the Valley Relics Museum, will showcase a stellar lineup of legacy and up-and-coming artists, with 100% of the proceeds going to continue the museum’s mission.
Rebelle Road Presents has booked Americana icons and Palomino veterans Jim Lauderdale (who also hosts a Sirius XM Outlaw Radio show), Rosie Flores, James Intveld and his Honky Tonk Palominos, as well as members from the original PALOMINO RIDERS house band. Original Barn Dance founder Ronnie Mack, who hosted a monthly showcase there until it closed, will help to MC the event. More names will be announced in the upcoming weeks.
Admission is $200 per person; Tickets can be purchased at http://www.thepalominoclub.com
What: Benefit, The Palomino Rides Again!
When: Oct. 8, 2018; 7:30pm-11:30pm
Where: Le Monge Banquet Hall, The Palomino Club, 6907 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, CA, 91605