The Punk Rock Museum opened Wednesday, January 18 at 3pm in Downtown Los Angeles. The museum holds a collection of art, music, photos of the history of the rebellious music movement that began in the late 70’s.
Some of the featured artist are Ed Colver, David Worth, Brian Tucker, Flipside and more.Â The collections has been collected since 1980 and was promised by Â Tequila Mockingbird 30 years ago to keep the punk scene alive and museum is now a reality.Â Mockingbird is the curator of the museum that is located on 1646 Spring Street at KGB Studios close to the famous San Antonio Winery.
The museum features such bands as The Sex Pistols and Los Angeles bands were featured in the museum such as The Germs, Black Flag, TSOL and Bad Religion. Mockingbird says that when the museum is filled it will ultimately hold 10,000 pieces of punk memorabilia from all around the world. The museum is open Tuesday thru Saturday and is a must see for any punk rock or music fan.
The Punk Rock Museum isÂ 1646 Spring Street, Downtown Los Angeles: www.punkmuseums.com