Harry Nilsson Locations


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10549 Rocca Place Harry Nilsson's 7,640 square foot home at 10549 Rocca Place in Bel Air, California , was designed by architect Eugene Kupper . The five-bedroom, seven-bath home features both canyon and ocean views. The home was built on about one-acre of land in 1977. [1]   Without entering through the gated ...
11330 Ventura Blvd Hawkeye Entertainment was located at 11330 Ventura Blvd in Los Angeles, California
23960 Long Valley Rd As his family outgrew the custom-built Nilsson House in Bel Air , Harry moved his family to Upper Nyack, New York . But, when he took over the reins of Hawkeye Entertainment , he moved to a five-bedroom home at 23960 Long Valley Rd in Hidden Hills, California .   External Links Google Maps
314 N Broadway The Cimarron Broadcasting Corporation's office address was 314 N Broadway in St. Louis, Missouri.
409 N Broadway The Nilssons's home in Nyack, New York , was located at 409 North Broadway along the Hudson River . The home was purchased in September of 1984 for $475,000. [1]   Nilsson spent about $500,000 renovating the home which was built in 1893 by New-York Tribune publisher Whitelaw Reid . In addition to ...
5354 Lewis Rd In February of 1993, the Nilssons moved to a seven-bedroom, six-bath home at 5354 Lewis Rd in Agoura Hills . External Links Google Maps
625 Palisades Beach Road John Lennon produced the recording of Harry Nilsson's 1974 album, Pussy Cats . While recording the album, Lennon rented a house on the beach at 625 Palisades Beach Road in Santa Monica, California . Lennon intended that the main contributors to the album live together in the house for the duration ...
635 Monroe St. One of the addresses that Harry Nilsson's father listed on his draft card.
721 Macon St One of the addresses that Harry Nilsson's father listed on his draft card.
762 Jefferson Avenue Harry Nilsson's childhood home is located at 762 Jefferson Avenue at the corner of Jefferson and Patchen Avenues in the Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York . The Nilsson's lived in an apartment on the top floor of the three-story building.   The building was built in 1901 ...
7708 Woodrow Wilson Drive Before he moved to his custom built home in Bel Air , Harry Nilsson lived at 7708 Woodrow Wilson Dr in Los Angeles, California , in the Hollywood Hills West area. The six-bedroom home was originally built in 1951.   Built for Natalie Wood by her parents in the 1950s, the home overlooks Laurel ...
774 Quincy St. One of the addresses that Harry Nilsson's father listed on his draft card.
816 Jefferson Ave. One of the addresses that Harry Nilsson's father listed on his draft card.
818 West Seventh ST, 2nd Floor Cimarron Broadcasting Corp of California had an office at 818 West Seventh Street in Los Angeles.
A&M Studios, Hollywood, California Harry Nilsson's The Point! album was recorded at the A&M Records studio in Hollywood, California . A&M Records was located in the building at 1416 N. La Brea which once housed Charlie Chaplin's studio. The building was built for Chaplin in 1917. In 1953, Chaplin helped form United Artists ...
Adriano's Restaurant The October, 1990, issue of Los Angeles Magazine reported that Harry joined Terry Gilliam onstage at Adriano's Restaurant to sing "Come Fly With Me ", "It Had to Be You ," and "High Hopes ."[1]   [1] Los Angeles Magazine , Michael Szymanski (1990-10) "Comeback Schmumback, The Return of Son of ...
Africa Harry Nilsson wrote most of the songs for Son of Schmilsson while in Africa.   Songs come differently each time, each album is unique. In Africa, the year before last, I wrote the Schmilsson album in a month and a half. I was never that prolific before and probably never will be again. There was ...
Algonquin Hotel During a March, 1994, appearance at the Algonquin Hotel, Brian Wilson had a problem remembering his own songs, but reacted enthusiastically to a request to perform Harry Nilsson's "This Could Be The Night ."[1] [1] Citation Needed
Americana Hotel On May 14, 1968, John Lennon and Paul McCartney held a press conference at the Americana Hotel in New York, New York to announce the formation of Apple . Responding to questions, John Lennon named Harry Nilsson as his favorite American group.   Question: Do you think that some of your records are ...
Australia In 1984, while on a trip to Australia to promote the Every Man Has a Woman album, Harry Nilsson bought land in the Hunter Valley area north of Sydney in New South Wales .   Harry had lovely ideas. In this case, his idea was we’ll buy this land in Australia , and it’ll be good for the children. ...
Beverly Canon Theater The Los Angeles premiere of Son of Dracula was on November 27, 1974. at the Beverly Canon Theater in Beverly Hills.
Blue Jay Way In August of 1967 George Harrison was staying in a rented house on Blue Jay Way in Los Angeles, California waiting for a friend to arrive when he conceived the song of the same name. The home was owned by attorney Ludwig Gerber . Harry Nilsson first met Harrison at the Blue Jay Way home.   The ...
Brooklyn, New York Harry Nilsson was born in Brooklyn and grew up in it's Bushwick section.   "The two brightest moments were when I saw the guy shot in the neck with the zip gun. When I was about nine, almost ten, And then after that my mother, sister and I were beaten up by a gang of black girls, a youth gang, in ...
Bushwick One of Brooklyn's oldest neighborhoods, Bushwick was home to several breweries that provided jobs and a strong economy for the community. But after World War II, the breweries began consolidating their plants and several of the Bushwick breweries closed. By the early 1960s, as other businesses ...
Byron Theater The premiere of Skiddo was held at the newly opened Byron Theater in Miami on December 19, 1968.
Central Park In 1974, John Lennon and Harry Nilsson appeared at a March of Dimes benefit in Sheep Meadow inside Central Park.
Chicago, Illinois In February of 1896, Nilsson's Aerial BAllet opened at the Olympic Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
Curzon Place Harry Nilsson once owned apartment #12 at 9 Curzon Place in London, England . Curzon Place is a cul-de-sac off of Curzon Street in Mayfair. Built in the 1700s, the building was located near the Playboy Club and several casinos.   The building was gutted just after World War II. An elevator was ...
Fountainview West Apartments In the early 1970s, Nilsson rented a penthouse apartment at the Fountainview West Apartments which he moved into after separating from Diane Nilsson .   The complex is now known as the Westview Towers Condominiums .   In late 1973, Nilsson lent the apartment to Bobby Keys .   Once my legal ...
Grenada, Mississippi Harry Nilsson co-wrote "Born In Grenada" with John Marascalco who was born in Grenada, Mississippi.
Hidden Hills, California Harry Nilsson and his family lived for a short time (approximately 1989 through 1991) in Hidden Hills, California . The Nilsson's Hidden Hills home, at 23960 Long Valley Rd [1] , had seven bedrooms and 6,000 square feet. It was built in the 1950s on about two acres. It was once owned by bandleader ...
Hunter Valley Harry Nilsson bought land in the Hunter Valley area north of Sydney in New South Wales in Australia.
Ireland Harry Nilsson flew to Ireland in 1973 to ask for Una's hand in marriage.
Ken Lo's Memories of China Ken Lo's Memories of China is a restaurant in the Belgravia section of London . It is said to have been a favorite of Harry Nilsson's when he visited London in the 1980s.   "Ken Lo's" in Belgravia should not be confused with "Ken Lee " by a singer from Bulgaria. "Ken Lee" is a phonetic-rendition ...
Koster and Bial's Music Hall The first performance of Nilsson's Aerial Ballet took place at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York City (where Macy's is currently located).
La Brea Inn Harry Nilsson first met Derek Taylor at the bar in the La Brea Inn in Los Angeles, California . [1] [1] Derek Taylor . Genesis Publications (1984) "Fifty Years Adrift (In an Open-Necked Shirt) "
Liverpool, England Derek Taylor was born in Liverpool, England on May 7, 1932.
Ma Maison After the US premiere of "That'll Be the Day," Ringo Starr hosted a party at Hollywood's Ma Maison restaurant. Attendees included Harry Nilsson and Keith Moon.
Martoni's Martoni's Italian Restaurant at 1523 Cahuenga Blvd in Hollywood, California , opened in 1960 and quickly became a favorite of Hollywood's elite, especially musicians.   In "When Harry Met E. J. " artist/writer/photographer/musician/..., E. J. Gold , recalls having lunch with Harry Nilsson after ...
Mountain Meadow School Zak Nilsson attended Mountain Meadow School in Calpella, California.
Muziektheater In 1998 the Muziektheater in Amsterdam, Holland, presented "Nilsson!" a play based on the life and music of Harry Nilsson.
Nevada City, California In his later years, Harry Nilsson spent time at E. J. Gold's enclave near Nevada City, California.
New Ipswich, New Hampshire After divorcing Harry Nilsson, Diane Nilsson lived at 31 Page Hill Rd, New Ipswich, NH.
Nuart Theatre Access All Areas was screened during the AFI Omnibus at the Nuart Theatre in LA on July 8, 1984.
Oyster Bar of the Plaza Hotel I saw John [Lennon] a few more times socially over the coming months, at a Grammy Awards party, in Ashley’s bar , once in the Oyster Bar at the Plaza Hotel when he was with Harry Nilsson , whom I’d met and interviewed previously, and again at a small private party at an apartment on the Upper ...
Palatka Elks Lodge Harry Nilsson once played to an audience of six or seven at the Palatka Elks Lodge.
Palatka, Florida Harry Nilsson's father lived in Palatka, Florida. Harry visited his father in Florida a few times. Gary Nilsson , Harry's half-brother, recalls one visit when Harry played piano and sang at an impromptu concert at the Palatka Elks Lodge for an audience of six or eight of the club's members.  
Paramount Theater The Paramount was once the largest movie theater in Los Angeles, California , and one of the largest in the world. It opened as Grauman's Metropolitan Theater in January, 1923, and renamed as the Paramount Theater when it was bought by the Publix theater chain in 1929. The theater was demolished in ...
Paterson, New Jersey Harry Nilsson's father's home at 173 Roosevelt Ave in Paterson, Hew Jersey, was destroyed to make way for the Garden State Parkway.
Pathe Tuschinski Willem Nijholt's recording of "Goeie Ouwe Plee" ("Good Old Toilet") was released on his 1975 eponymous album which was recorded at the Pathe Tuschinski in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Popeye Village The Sweethaven set created for Popeye on Malta is now a tourist destination called Popeye Village .   External Links Official Web Site
Quarry Bank High School John Lennon attended Quarry Bank High School for Boys.
Robin Hood Music Co. John Marascalco's music publishing business, Robin Hood Music, run from his home at 5531 Tuxedo Terrace in Los Angeles, California .  
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a joke.    
Roxy A tribute to Harry Nilsson was performed at the Roxy in 1998.
Rumpelmayer's Harry Nilsson met his future wife, Una O'Keeffe at Rumpelmayer's in New York City . Located in the  St. Moritz Hotel , Rumpelmayer's opened as a tea room in the 1930s and closed in 1998.    
San Francisco Studios A touch of Harry Nilsson's humor was captured in concrete in San Francisco, California . The "Starwalk"[1] was located on Seventh St. between Folsom and Harrison in front of what was, at the time, the home of San Francisco Studios . In addition to Nilsson, it included handprints of Whoopi Goldberg ...
San Francisco, California Harry Nilsson left his handprints in concrete in front of the San Francisco Studios building.
Sheep Meadow In 1974, John Lennon and Harry Nilsson appeared at a March of Dimes benefit in Sheep Meadow inside Central Park.
St. James Club The St. James Club was one of Harry Nilsson's favorite hangouts.   Drunken lunches at the St. James Club on Sunset were the norm … always a lively conversation. I always left Harry thinking how lucky I was to spend time with him. A truly great American artist. -- Shep Gordon [1]   On January ...
St. Moritz Hotel In August of 1973, Harry Nilsson met his future wife, Una, at Rumpelmayer's located in the St. Moritz Hotel in New York City.
Tennessee Theatre Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr attended the 15th Annual Grammy Awards at the Tennessee Theater at 535 Church Street in Nashville.
The Jolly Roger The bar inside The Jolly Roger restaurant at 6430 Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles was one of Harry Nilsson's legendary haunts.   Now it's the Jolly Roger Restaurant that hums each noon with talk of copyrights, acquisitions, new releases, contracts, royalties, master purchases and co -publishing. The ...
Troubadour On March 12, 1974, Harry Nilsson and John Lennon were escorted out of the Troubadour club in Hollywood, California , because they were heckling the Smothers Brothers during the comedy/music duo's "comeback" performance.   Harry Nilsson said the incident "ruined my reputation for 10 years. Get one ...
Watergate Hotel Harry and Una stayed at the Watergate Hotel when Harry travelled to Washington, DC to attend one of the U.S Senate's Watergate hearings and later during their honeymoon.