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© Henry Diltz, 1969
This is the original Hard Rock Cafe in Downtown, LA. It opened in the 30’s. After the Morrison Hotel album photo shoot, Jim wanted to get a drink, so Henry and The Doors headed for Skid Row where there were plenty of bars, including this one. A picture of this bar was on the back of their album, which led to a phone call from London asking to use the name for a new cafe: 'The Hard Rock Cafe.' After the Doors had a few beers, they walked outside and mingled with the locals." -- Henry Diltz
The Doors, "Hard Rock Cafe," Los Angeles, CA 1969 by Henry Diltz
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: Limited Edition (11x14 Open Edition)
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