Saturday, January 25, 2014

Go To This Saturday Night: Nice Dreams at King Eddy Saloon

DOWNTOWN L.A. - Saturday night is here and you want go out, but refuse to deal with all the nonsense many Los Angeles bars and clubs are up to these days (what is up with bottle service after all?), and you also want to hear some good music? Look no further than Downtown L.A., because tonight is your night as it is highly recommended you check out Nice Dreams. If you are looking to get your dance on to northern soul, backbeat, rare soul, heavy R&B, chunky funk, "Art Laboe oldies," and the best of the 1960's and what promises to be the best of "Pre-1975 nostalgic vinyl," then go to Nice Dreams at King Eddy Saloon.

For those that grew up listening to KRLA, or KGFJ, and still listen to KJLH on your transistor radio this is a great place to hear the music that really had an influence on your life (and about the only place in L.A. you can hear this great music broadcast given our so-called oldies radio stations refuse to even touch most of this music these days). Even if you never listened to those legendary L.A. radio stations, but love the music this is going to be a fantastic club. If you have been curious about this music here is the place to check it out. It is music that will never be lost to time and decades later will still fill a dancefloor.

At the deejay deck armed with a stack of vinyl about a mile high will be Alex Transistor, King Steadybeat, DJ Mila, along with famed rotating Nice Dreams residents, Soul Libre, Huckleberry Friend and Rob Free. Perhaps there may be some others spinning the wax on the turntable as the night goes on.   

The beat begins at 9 p.m. and goes until 2 a.m.

Best of all there is no cover charge, no bottle service, but it is 21 and over.

So dance to the tunes and drink where Charles Bukowski had more than a few in his time!

Nice Dreams at King Eddy Saloon
131 E. 5th Street (Between Main St. and Los Angeles St.)
Los Angeles
Dial (213) 629-2023

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