Owen Smith

Owner/Operator, The Miracle Inglewood

Owner/Operator of The Miracle in Inglewood.

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This month marks a full year since stages went dark at live music venues across Southern California.

These music bookers say in-person shows will return in 2021

This month marks a full year since stages went dark at live music venues across Southern California.

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