Early last year, Valley Relics rescued a sign from one of country music's most important pieces of history. For 43 years, the Palomino served as host to many of country western's greatest stars, such as Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, Buddy Knox, Gram Parsons, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristoffersen, Rita Coolidge, Emmylou Harris, and Merle
What a amazing turnout! I would like to thank everyone that was involved and allowing us Valley Relics to be a part of this wonderful movement. NoHo’s City Councilmember Paul Krekorian and the North Hollywood community unveil L.A.’s newest—and one of the city’s largest—public murals, the “Vintage North Hollywood Mural,” a 9,000-square-foot artwork that will cover the Whitsett Slope. The mural brings to fruition years of community planning and collaboration to beautify the slope and honor North Hollywood’s rich history and contributions to the development of Los Angeles.
Another piece of history saved. The Palomino club, which was located in North Hollywood, California, is now making its way home to the San Fernando Valley Relics Museum. The sign was discovered in the back of a warehouse & was donated to the Valley Relics Museum. Here is sign number 2 from the Palomino club.