The Cowsills In Books

Hollywood Death and Scandal Sites: Seventeen Driving Tours with Directions
by E. J. Fleming
McFarland September 16, 2015


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2401 Laurel Canyon Boulevard at Lookout Mountain Road, Frank Zappa’s “Treehouse”

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Almost every recognized 1960s musician came and most stayed for weeks: Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Mick Jagger and the rest of the Rolling Stones, David Crosby, Steven Sills, Graham Nash, and Neil Young (Crosby Stills Nash & Young), and George Harrison, who brought along his guru Ravi Shankar. Even family TV bands like the Monkees and the Cowsills were there, one visitor watching two Cowsills wandering around “really stoned.” Incongruously, that summer the opening act for the Monkees’ huge U.S. tour was Jimi Hendrix.

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