1 Dec 2022 03:05

Ep. 41 - The Impact of The Troubadour on 1970s Popular Culture

Is it possible that the combination of the live music and the community that was created at The Troubadour in Los Angeles can ever be replicated? There are few clubs that have the cultural impact that The Troub had on 70s popular culture. This episode examines a wide spectrum of artists, of both the music and comedic variety, that saw The Troubadour help launch their careers. 


  1. Ol’ 55 (Live) by Tom Waits (1975)
  2. A Song for You (Live) by Donny Hathaway (1971)
  3. Solitary Man (Live) by Neil Diamond (1970)
  4. Take Me to the Pilot by Elton John (1970)
  5. Doctor My Eyes by Jackson Browne (1972)
  6. Live at the Troubadour by Steve Martin (1976)
  7. Chuck E’s In Love by Rickie Lee Jones (1979)
  8. Sad Cafe by The Eagles (1979)
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