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Spring is here, and there’s no better place to enjoy the new season than sunny Los Angeles. Here at The James, there are plenty of ways to ring in spring. The James has a rich history of housing artists, songwriters, singers and music producers alike. It’s no secret that our building sparks inspiration for creatives, and most famously was a favorite hangout for the legendary rock band KISS. It’s time to surround yourself with music and vibrant culture at The James. Here’s a recap of some of the most exciting music releases that we’re looking forward to this spring:

Lana Del Rey is back with an exciting new album that dropped just last month! This new project exudes country and folk stylings. A sure-fire addition to our spring 2021 playlist. Loretta Lynn also released new discography on March 19th, entitled Still Woman Enough. A country music legend, this is her 50th career album. To add to your nostalgia archives, Neil Young is releasing his 1972-1976 songs in a 10CD Archive Set. Lastly, the legendary drummer for the Beatles Ringo Starr released Zoom In, a five-song EP with Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, David Grohl and others. This intriguing new project was released three weeks ago as well. The perfect way to kickstart the spring season.

With so many exciting music releases on the horizon, there’s no better time to channel your inner musician and book a short-term stay at The James. Our property boasts amenities that will spark your inner creative. Browse our historic library and borrow a captivating read to enjoy in one of our luxurious outdoor patio spaces. Or spend an afternoon reveling in the music options provided in our vinyl record-playing lounge. The James amenities and services are designed with effortless living in mind. While you are our guest or resident, you will enjoy comfort, luxury and our staff’s personalized attention.

Book your short term stay with us today and celebrate spring the right way. Call us at 213.460.5751 to inquire.

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