The Lighthouse jazz club, Hermosa Beach. (c) William Claxton

The Lighthouse jazz club, Hermosa Beach. (c) William Claxton Saw Cannonball Adderly in the mid

Jazz club

Gorgeous photo of unidentified jazz club by Scott Withers… “Jazz” (by Scott Withers Photography)

New Orleans

Members of Sonny Clay’s Coloured Idea (including the singer Ivie Anderson) on deck as they pull into Sydney Harbour, 1928

John Tuohy's Child of the Sixties Forever: So Sixties.............

Dickie Greenleaf loved jazz music, Tom Ripley pretends to be a fellow jazz lover to make a bond with Dickie.

New York City 40's | It was Charlie Parker, familiarly known to his fans and fellow musicians as “Bird,” a contraction of Yardbird, his formal nickname, who was the dynamic creative personality and genius of the alto saxophone who served as the inspiration for Birdland. When the original Birdland opened sixty years ago in December, 1949, Charlie Parker was the headliner and the club was located on Broadway, a block west of the 52nd Street scene, which was a hotbed of jazz in the 1930s and…

Main entrance of the Birdland night club at 1678 Broadway, Manhattan, The club was named after Charlie Parker. (Photo by Frank Driggs Collection/Archive Photos/Getty Images)

Blue Note Jazz Club, Greenwich Village

The Blue Note - Great jazz club located in Geenwich Village, NYC.

The Blue Note Jazz Club ~ 131 West 3rd St, NYC

The Blue Note Jazz Club ~ 131 West St, NYC/i want to visit this place

Amsterdam Vd Elsken Nieuwmarkt 1961 Cotton Club pag52

1961 - Jazz Club "Cotton Club" on the Nieuwmarkt in Amsterdfam. Photo Ed van der Elsken.

Birdland Jazz Club, NYC

It was Charlie Parker, familiarly known to his fans and fellow musicians as “Bird,” a contraction of Yardbird, his formal nickname, who was the dynamic creative personality and genius of the alto saxophone who served as the inspiration for Birdland.

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