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The legendary pads of Grammy winners past

Homes where icons from the Grateful Dead to 'The Boss' made history
Published on Feb 8, 2012

Editor's note: This article is reposted with permission of Zillow. View the original item: "Famous Homes Where American Music History Was Made" By Laura Vecsey With their musical achievements crafted in attics, basements, bungalows, Victorians, Jersey cottages and Hollywood mansions, the legends of pop, folk, alternative, rap and rock have shown that home may not be where the heart is, but it's definitely where the art is. From the hills of Los Angeles to the lakes of Tennessee, some of America's most original and game-changing creators have called upon special, sometimes spiritual, places to conjure their muses to bring forth the tunes. With the 54th Grammys slated for Feb. 12, 2012, we went on a magical mystery tour to uncover some of the iconic locales where award-winning music was inspired, written and recorded.Grateful Dead 710 Ashbury St., San Francisco. (below) Grateful Dead home. Flickr/elchicogris The Summer o...

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