Famous Homes Of Rock n Roll Legends
It’s surprising to realize that a rock star’s home and practice studio could exist right down the block. But every Rock n Roll legend began somewhere. You can visit the house that inspired both of Bob Dylan’s albums Music from the Big Pink and The Basement Tapes.
If you want to visit the Grateful Dead’s rehearsal ranch or where Guns N’ Roses lived with no bathroom while creating their hit song, look no further. These are famous houses of famous Rock n Roll legends. Keep these in mind while you’re looking for your band’s next studio!
To start, check out the house that made No Doubt a radio band.
Elvis Presley’s Bel Air Home, Where He Entertained The Beatles
In the 1960s, Elvis Presley lived in the East Gate area of lower Bel Air. His home once belonged to Hugh Hefner, but later became Presley’s party hub where he entertained guests such as the Beatles. The property has almost 8,900 square feet of living space, and its monthly mortgage comes out to $95,000 a month.
While he lived in this house, Presley recorded hit songs such as “Stuck on You” and “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” He also won his first Grammy Award while staying in the home. In August 2018, the property went up for sale for $23.45 million.