I got something wrong about that band I wrote about earlier in the week. They did not draw 34 people to their gig. My count must have been off. Or maybe the people at the door got it wrong. Officially, they brought 28 people out to their show. That means they had $80 to split between five people, not $140. After the show, however, the world famous Troubadour offered the band the "opportunity" to play the legendary venue. Dig some of the history at the Troubadour. Dylan played there. Names such as Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Buffalo Springfield and Billy Joel made either worldwide, U.S. or Los Angeles debuts there. Don Henley and Glenn Frey met at the bar. In 1974, Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band played an epic 90-minute set that started at two in the morning. Pearl Jam, formerly Mookie Blaylock, plays for the first time as Pearl Jam in 1991. Joe Strummer performed his final LA shows at the Troubadour in October 2001. The list goes on.