I remember going to New York City, rubbing elbows with some of the greatest literary minds, and it didn’t feel good talking to them, but the trip was a good time.
Only a retired techno junkie knows the weird world of music.
- New York City, New York
There’s no other energy the same as what you’ll find in New York, New York. Café Wha? Many music legends, such as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, and Bruce Springsteen have played at the hangout and club in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.
2. Seattle, Washington
Beautiful Seattle and home to the space needle, rock and grunge scene and so much more. The Museum of Pop Culture is a non-profit museum in Seattle, and it’s almost like a church where they pay homage to Jimi Hendrix.
3. Manchester, England
Manchester rocks. The Circus Tavern is the smallest public house in the city, with one of the smallest bars in the country built in about 1790. It is also one of the oldest pubs. The back room has a lot of interesting football memorabilia, and the front room has some interesting pictures of the Manchester Music scene.
4. Todos Santos, Mexico
Todos Santos is cool. It’s a town on the Pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, backed by the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range. Popular with artists, it’s known for its many galleries. Home to The Hotel California.
5. Toronto, Canada
Toronto’s Kensington Market is great. It’s a walkable bohemian neighbourhood that draws artists and tourists to its indie shops, vintage boutiques and arts spaces. Home to Lola, an easygoing, energetic outpost with Canadian eats, beers and live music. You might find epic bluesy funk or blues, or the mysterious Voodoo Walters.