A History of Jazz

 

Jazz Clubs - St. Louis

Broadway Oyster Bar
736 S Broadway
Saint Louis, MO
Phone: (314) 621-8811
www.broadwayoysterbar.com

This 150-year old building has been transformed into a cozy, intimate restaurant. The Broadway Oyster Bar transports jazz fans to the heart of New Orleans with its scrumptious food and live jazz music.


BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups
700 South Broadway,
St. Louis, MO
Phone: (314) 436-5222
www.bbsjazzbluessoups.com

Blues and jazz tunes dance through the air at BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups. Its woodworking, funky antiques, wood-burning stove and jazz posters combine eccentricity and intimacy into one eclectic atmosphere. Jazz artists like Earl Hines, Betty Carter, James Moody, and Eddie Harris are returning performers.


Jazz at the Bistro
3536 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: (314) 531-1012
www.jatb.com

Jazz at the Bistro is a non-profit club/restaurant whose mission is to bring “St. Louis back to the forefront of mainstream jazz with a world class jazz club and a world class program of education and community outreach to match.” National and international jazz artists perform sets every night.


Troy's on the Park
1923 Park Ave.
St. Louis, MO
Phone: (314) 231-2986

Troy’s on the Park offers live jazz in an intimate, candle-lit setting. Artwork adorns the walls of this club, as patrons enjoy the music and the ambiance.


 

 



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