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Hollywood 2011

While living in Los Angeles, I actually visited Hollywood a lot. Mainly because I love live music and standup comedy, and quickly discovered that going to Hollywood venues was a super cheap way to see A-list megastars performing in intimate venues. You could never guarantee who you’d end up seeing, or even if anyone famous would appear on stage. But it happened pretty regularly, so I just kept heading to the Hollywood music venues and comedy clubs a few times every month. I haven’t got any photos of that though. Why? Because it’s exceptionally rude to pull out a camera in the middle of a live show, and suggests you’re not actually paying attention to what the artist has chosen to share with you. But I’ll admit I was very tempted when Tim Allen suddenly strolled on stage unannounced. Yet somehow restrained myself. He was fantastic, by the way.

When Prince rocked up on stage one day when I was at a concert on the Sunset Strip… I couldn’t help but pull out the camera! #Ashamed But the pictures came out so dark they were unusable. 🙁

Hollywood Boulevard
The home of Showbiz: Hollywood Boulevard!
Hollywood Boulevard
Wax Museum on Hollywood Boulevard!
Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame.
A Michael Jackson impersonator (almost certainly female) dances for tips and signs “autographs” next to Jacko’s star on the Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame.
Hollywood Boulevard
The home of Showbiz: Hollywood Boulevard!
El Capitan, Hollywood Boulevard
El Capitan on Hollywood Boulevard
Grauman's Chinese Theater
Grauman’s Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard.
Grauman's Chinese Theater
Jean Harlow’s cement handprints outside Grauman’s Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard.
Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood Boulevard
Roosevelt Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard
Venice Beach, California.
Venice Beach, California.
Venice Beach, California.
Venice Beach, California.
Venice Beach, California.
Venice Beach, California.
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