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Capitol Records, LLC is an American record label part of the Capitol Music Group and a wholly owned division of Universal Music Group . The label was founded as the first West Coast-based record label in the United States in 1942 by three industry insiders named Johnny Mercer, Buddy DeSylva and Glenn Wallichs. In 1955, the label was acquired by the British music conglomerate EMI as its North American subsidiary. EMI was later acquired by Universal Music Group in 2012 and was merged with the company in 2013, making Capitol Records and the Capitol Music Group both a part of the Universal Music Group. Capitol Records' circular headquarter building located in Los Angeles is a recognized landmark of California.History1940sCapitol Records was founded by songwriter Johnny Mercer in 1942, with the financial help of fellow songwriter and film producer Buddy DeSylva and the business acumen of Glenn Wallichs, the owner of Wallichs Music City. Mercer first raised the idea of starting a record company while golfing with Harold Arlen and Bobby Sherwood. By 1941, Mercer was an experienced songwriter and a singer with multiple successful releases. Mercer next suggested the idea to Wallichs while visiting his record store. Wallichs expressed interest in the idea and the pair negotiated an agreement whereby Mercer would run the company and identify their artists, while Wallichs managed the business side.
To equip artists to partner with God in life and creativity.
To cultivate artists through encouragement, healing prayer and the development of spiritual and creative gifts. To meet artists' practical needs by providing affordable work space, collaborative space and encouragement space in Hollywood. To support ministries reaching artist through our facilities.
Movie to MovementDistance: 0.2 miCompetitive Analysis 6253 Hollywood Blvd. Unit 706 Los Angeles, CA 90078
What is Movie to Movement?
Movie to Movement is a resource that identifies and harnesses movies for this purpose:
To use art as a means of fostering and encouraging the promotion of human dignity through the easily consumed movie medium.
Art is a reflection of the soul—and Movie to Movement will ensure that through art we will see a real reflection of the inherent dignity of each human being.
Ocean Way Recording was the name of a series of recording studios located in Los Angeles, California and Nashville, Tennessee. Originally known as a two-building complex in Hollywood called United Western Recorders, the United site was sold to Allen Sides, who renamed it to Ocean Way Recording in 1988.In 1999, the building located on 6050 Sunset Boulevard was partitioned and sold as EastWest Studios. Ocean Way retained the other building and continued to operate on 6000 Sunset Boulevard. In 2015, it was sold and renamed to United Recording Studios.BackgroundThe original United Western studios, constructed in 1952, was the home of many major recording sessions in the 1960s and 1970s. Bill Putnam, the original owner and partner, Jerry Barnes, sold the studio operations to Harman Industries along with UREI (United Recording Electrical Industries) in 1982. Allen Sides purchased the United property in 1988, and renamed it Ocean Way Recording. He had been leasing Studio B in United for 2 years previously.In 1999, the original Ocean Way/Western Recorders facility at 6000 Sunset Blvd. was sold to Cello Recording Studios (now EastWest Studios ), and Sides retained the building next door at 6050 Sunset Blvd.LocationsTwo additional studios were later added to the Ocean Way Family; Record One studios in Sherman Oaks in 1988, and Ocean Way/Nashville opened on famed Music Row in 1997. The Ocean Way Nashville facility was later sold to Belmont University. Ocean Way recording now carries on business at two locations - Hollywood and Sherman Oaks.
www.lawinefest.com - The 11th annual LAWineFest returns to Raleigh Studios on June 25 & 26. Discover hundreds of wines and beers from around the world in a relaxed setting. Fun Main Stage Shows, LA's best food trucks, artisan boutiques, a Boutique Wine Courtyard, live music and more make for an unforgettable day.
House of Walker Los Angeles Distance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis Siren Studios Los Angeles, CA 90068
KLEUR is an LA Based Nail Art Collective that consists of three very talented artists.
Nail art is by appointment only, and appointments are to be made at least 24 hours in advance.
KLEUR does not provide full nail services, just nail art & gel nails only.
KLEUR is available for private parties, corporate events, video shoots, photo shoots, weddings and more! To book KLEUR for your next event, email us at :: [email protected]
For nail art for the general public, KLEUR is currently available Sundays (unless noted on our website), and open for house calls during the week (restrictions may apply) .
To book an appointment with KLEUR, call us at: 213.986.NAIL, or email us at [email protected]
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Located in Los Angeles, Space 15 Twenty is a unique retail setting, which creates an opportunity for us to collaborate with creative brands we find inspiring and interesting.
Each store is connected by an outdoor courtyard, which includes a performance space, pop-up, gallery, book shop and restaurant, all of which encourage participation in the curated environment. Aligning with local music, film and art venues, the courtyard, gallery and pop-up present a rotating cast of musicians, artists and designers.
The revolving brands utilizing these spaces present our customers with an overarching view of people and brands which are excited to be aligned with.
From the Largest Work of Art to the Lowest Limbo… Record-breaking facts and feats documented by the best selling copyrighted book in the world come to life at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood http://www.guinnessmuseumhollywood.com/tickets.html. At this family attraction on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, you’ll have the chance to check your weight against the world’s heaviest person, attempt the world’s long jump record, compare your height with the world’s tallest man, get the feel for speed records in the Adrenaline Theater, and much more. http://www.guinnessmuseumhollywood.com/history.html
The Guinness World Records Museum is a top LA attraction located on the Hollywood Walk of Fame http://www.guinnessmuseumhollywood.com/plan.html. Plan to spend at least an hour for total immersion in the amazing world of records. Our two-story museum offers touch-screen challenges, videos, talking holographs, and other interactive displays. All exhibits are handicapped accessible. No food or drinks are permitted in the museum, but there is an enormous selection of eateries to enjoy within walking distance.
One of the best things to do in Hollywood since 1991, the Guinness Museum vividly showcases records, from the great to the gross, in a fun up-close look at pop culture, sports, space, technology, animals, natural phenomena and, of course, the limits of human potential. The Hollywood Guinness World Records Museum is located directly across Hollywood Boulevard from the world-famous Hollywood Wax Museum. Discount combination admission tickets are available. http://www.guinnessmuseumhollywood.com/tickets.html