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Jazz Changes$
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Martin Williams

Print publication date: 1993

Print ISBN-13: 9780195083491

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195083491.001.0001

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Jazz Clubs Come and Go

Jazz Clubs Come and Go

(p.259) Jazz Clubs Come and Go
Jazz Changes

Williams Martin

Oxford University Press

Recently, the Jazz Gallery, a huge New York jazz club, which had a doubtful career for a couple of years, finally closed for good. Business at other clubs was reportedly poor, and there had been constant suggestions from the owners about “putting in some strippers.” The history of such places—particularly in New York and also in other big cities—has been directly tied to the evolution of the music. And most jazz clubs have come and disappeared as new styles have risen, became popular, and declined in their following. There is realistic evidence that the sign that there would be some business flops in clubs featuring contemporary jazz came about a couple of years ago.

Keywords:   Jazz Gallery, New York, strippers, modern jazz, decline

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