Final Resting Place:
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, California, 90038
Grave Location:Abbey of the Psalms, Sanctuary of Refuge, 2nd Center Aisle Niches (IAW2), Tier E, Niche 1
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery take the second right and drive to the end and turn left and park in front of the golden gates and marble entryway to the Abbey of the Psalms. Walk up the stairs and take the second corridor on your left. The King of the Surf Guitar is in the second aisle niche, five row from the bottom on the end at eye level.
Grave Location GPS34.0889668248, -118.321827019
Read More About Dick Dale :
- Published Obituary
- Wikipedia Entry
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- How Dick Dale Changed the Sound of Rock Guitar
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- Dick Dale, the Inventor of Surf Rock, Was a Lebanese-American Kid from Boston
- Dick Dale: Requiem for the King of the Surf Guitar
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