Larry's Hideaway

In the basement of the Prince Carlton Hotel on Carlton Street just east of Jarvis, Larry's Hideaway was on of the first punk and new wave venue's in Toronto. Before that it was a jazz club from 1961.

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List of all subjects. You can also see all the historic photos for a given neighbourhood. We also have a list of all the photos arranged by date.

And you can also go up a level to see the other photos we've put under the category of Live_music photos.

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1977 Historic photo from Friday, May 6, 1977 - Larrys Hideaway looking west past gas station to Maple Leaf Gardens in distance in Garden DistrictLarrys Hideaway looking west past gas station to Maple Leaf Gardens in distance
47 years ago - Garden District - Friday, May 6, 1977
Link to archive record - Map location (From the City of Toronto Archives)
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1978 Historic photo from 1978 - Teenage Head playing live at Larry's Hideaway - crowd and Frankie Venom in Garden DistrictTeenage Head playing live at Larry's Hideaway - crowd and Frankie Venom
46 years ago - Garden District - 1978
Link to archive record - Map location (From Collations Flickr stream)
1978 Historic photo from 1978 - The Diodes playing live at Larry's Hideaway - OCAD Toronto punk band - John Catto guitarist, Paul Robinson vocals, and Ian Mackay on bass in Garden DistrictThe Diodes playing live at Larry's Hideaway - OCAD Toronto punk band - John Catto guitarist, Paul Robinson vocals, and Ian Mackay on bass
46 years ago - Garden District - 1978
Link to archive record - Map location (From Collations Flickr stream)