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List of jazz clubs

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List of jazz clubs

Jazz
Stylistic origins:
Cultural origins: Early 1910s New Orleans
Typical instruments:
Mainstream popularity: 1920s–1970s
Derivatives:
Subgenres
  • Avant-garde jazz
  • Bebop
  • Big band
  • Chamber jazz
  • Continental jazz
  • Cool jazz
  • Free jazz
  • Gypsy jazz
  • Hard Bop
  • Latin jazz
  • Mainstream jazz
  • M-Base
  • Neo-bop
  • Orchestral jazz
  • Organ trio
  • Post-bop
  • Soul jazz
  • Stride
  • Swing
  • Third stream
  • Traditional jazz
  • Vocal jazz
  • Fusion genres
  • Acid jazz
  • Afrobeat
  • Bluegrass
  • Bossa nova
  • Crossover jazz
  • Dansband
  • Folk jazz
  • Free funk
  • Humppa
  • Indo jazz
  • Jam band
  • Jazzcore
  • Jazz funk
  • Jazz fusion
  • Jazz rap
  • Kwela
  • Mambo
  • Manila Sound
  • Nu jazz
  • Nu soul
  • Punk jazz
  • Shibuya-kei
  • Ska jazz
  • Smooth jazz
  • Swing revival
  • World fusion
  • Regional scenes
  • Australia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Brazil
  • Cuba
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Malawi
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • Local scenes
  • Cape Town
  • Kansas City
  • New Orleans
  • West Coast
  • Jazz musicians
  • Bassists
  • Jazz bassist
  • Clarinetists
  • Drummers
  • Guitarists
  • Organists
  • Pianists
  • Jazz pianist
  • Saxophonists
  • Trombonists
  • Trumpeters
  • Violinists
  • Other topics
  • Jazz standard
  • Jazz royalty
  • Jazz (word)
  • Swing (jazz performance style)
  • Jazz clubs
  • Jazz drumming
  • This is a list of notable venues where jazz music is played. It includes clubs, dancehalls and historic venues as well.

    Canada

    Toronto

    Denmark

    France

    Paris

    Germany

    Berlin

    Cologne

    Italy

    Portugal

    Netherlands

    Turkey

    United Kingdom

    Bristol

    London

    Manchester

    United States

    California

    Los Angeles metropolitan area

    San Francisco Bay Area

    District of Columbia (Washington)

    Georgia

    Illinois

    Indiana

    Louisiana

    Massachusetts

    Michigan

    Minnesota

    Missouri

    Nebraska

    New York

    New York City

    East Village
    Greenwich Village
    Harlem
    52nd Street
    • Onyx Club

    Pennsylvania

    Texas

    Virginia

    Washington

    See also

    References

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