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Baby Boomers Tribute “Behind the Music” The Palomino Club 1949-95 North Hollywood
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The Palomino Club was a music venue in the North Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles. It opened in 1949 and was the best-known country music club in Los Angeles for decades, closing in 1995.It was called “Country Music’s most important West Coast club” by the Los Angeles Times and named national Club of the Year by “Performance” touring talent trade magazine. It featured such performers as Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, Buck Owens, Patsy Cline, Delaney Bramlett, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Johnny Carver, Jerry Jeff Walker, Hoyt Axton, Tanya Tucker, and Willie Nelson, and was also a popular hangout for other country entertainers such as Merle Haggard and Jerry Lee Lewis. Lewis played there at least once a year from 1957 to 1987. Elvis Presley at least once strolled in unheralded and took in a set.
In the late 1980s and 1990s, the Palomino began to feature more rock acts, including many artists associated with SST Records.
Right now, Millennials are between the ages of 15 and 34. This year, they are set to outnumber the baby boomer generation, which is in decline. Are Millennials set to take over the world?
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The baby boomer generation are cultural revolutionaries. The are forever young, enthusiastic and engaged. The boomers were born between1946-1965. They’re known as the “we to me” generation. Growing up as a boomer you’re seen, but not heard. You were never dubbed as special. This generation is the most “influential” as it leads in politics, finance and corporate America.
The former generation was known for their work ethic. The baby boomer generation is know as workaholics. The compensate their families with “killer vacations.” They’re friends with their children, as adults. Retirement is more of an encore career or a dedicated lifestyle of volunteer work.
Boomers want their time to be respected. They invented technology and they’re just now using it. Boomer women are very engaged on money issues. Boomers are team oriented, i.e. “all for one and one for all.” So boomers desires a team of experts and advisers as part of their overall team mentality.
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Once known as the generation that questioned authority, raised its consciousness and dropped out of the mainstream, the Baby Boom generation now is the mainstream – a very powerful 30% of the Canadian population, more than 10 million people altogether. They are the largest and wealthiest generation in our history. And so, just as they have reshaped our understanding of every stage of life they’ve been through so far, they are about to change everything we think we know about aging and retirement.
The very oldest Boomers are now in their mid-60s, but don’t call them seniors! In fact the peak of the Baby Boom was 1961, which means the majority of Boomers are in their early 50s. This is a huge, influential group of people who don’t think they’re old, don’t act like they’re old, and don’t want to be treated as if they’re old.
And they’re going to be around for a long, long time. Life expectancy has gone up over thirty years in the last century, and it’s rising about 2 years for every decade – so the Boomers are reaping a longevity bonus. The question is, what are they going to do with it?
Many Boomers were hit hard by the recession, and have high debt and low savings. That increases fears that the “age wave” of Boomers could become a tsunami, drowning us all in skyrocketing pension and healthcare costs. Yet collectively, the Boomers are the wealthiest generation in history, and stand to collect a trillion-dollar inheritance from their parents over the next 20 years. Boomers control two-thirds of all consumer spending, because they’re not just shopping for themselves, but for their children, grandchildren and their parents. They are the epicentre of the sandwich generation.
The “Freedom 55” concept of retirement seems to have evaporated for most Boomers, either because they can’t afford it or because they feel too young and energetic to stop working. Forty percent of Boomers now say they aim to retire later than planned, and the average retirement age is expected to reach as high as 68 within a few years. That also means Boomers are delaying selling their houses and downsizing, so the peak of the Boomer housing selloff is expected to still be twenty years away. That peak could become a crash, if the Boomers’ offspring aren’t able to afford to buy into the housing market, and if immigration levels aren’t high enough to keep real estate afloat.
One of the most difficult transitions Boomers will face is changing where and how they live as they ag
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