NewOrleans.com

"In 1970, current Harrah’s New Orleans Entertainment Director Bill Johnston got together with a group of friends and opened a music club in the city’s Warehouse District that, in its 12-year history, achieved near-legendary status. With such renowned acts as the Allman Brothers, The Who, Pink Floyd, Rod Stewart, ZZ Top, Chicago, David Bowie, Elton John, Joe Cocker, Ted Nugent, the Grateful Dead and more, The Warehouse at Tchoupitoulas and Felicity streets was THE hottest place for live music in New Orleans in the 1970s."

The rest of the interview located HERE.

1 comment:

  1. Jesse
    I have some backstage passes and a great copy of a 1972 0r 3 Christmas card. Worked at Warehouse and was roomate of Becki(Beaver)Hall. Was just in New Orleans and missed the Harrahs event. Spent many a night onstage seeing Allman Brothers and Foghat , among others.Live in California now, Monterey Bay. If you need .........gumbo80@aol.com
    Jean (Bannon) Breed

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