10 Iconic Venues That Suffered Undignified Ends

Written by Music Feeds on July 7, 2013

The Palace Theatre in Melbourne is under threat of demolition, and Australian music lovers are up in arms over the fact that yet another stalwart of their live music scene could be taken away from them.

Not to rub salt in the wound, but we thought stirring the fires of past injustices would bring the potential consequences of such a loss into sharper focus. Here’s a few venues that the world is now worse off without…

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