California native Jeremy Geffen is a music manager and television producer who has worked with hip-hop performers D12 and J-Kwon, and basketball player Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest. His passion for work extends to his personal life; Jeremy Geffen enjoys experiencing new music and attending live performances at some of the top music venues in the country.
Los Angeles boasts some of the most famous music venues in the United States. The city is home to many of the world’s most famous entertainers and performers, and its performance venues are steeped in history and prestige.
According to LA Weekly, the city’s top music venue is the Troubadour. Performers including Elton John, Guns N Roses, Tom Waits, and Prince have started and built their careers on the Troubadour’s small stage. The venue’s intimate setting ensures the audience’s full engagement.
The Hollywood Bowl is another quintessential LA music venue. The Bowl has more than 17,000 seats; the inexpensive top seats offer breathtaking views of the city. In the Bowl’s 90-year history, it has been home to the LA Philharmonic Orchestra and offered performances by Simon and Garfunkel, Cher, Ella Fitzgerald, and Nat “King” Cole, to name a few.