Jazz was born in New Orleans, with roots that reach back to Congo Square, where enslaved Africans in the colonial era were allowed to congregate on Sundays to dance and share songs.It began to take form as we know it in the parlors of Storyville, on the streets where brass bands marched and second lines formed, and in legendary dance halls like the Funky Butt, where Buddy Bolden enraptured.
Discover the best entertainment in Tokyo, Japan. Discover the best entertainment in Tokyo, Japan.. This is Tokyo's best jazz spot: intimate, unpretentious and with an always solid line-up of influential, avant-garde, crossover and up-and-coming musicians from Japan and abroad.. Unit. This subterranean club stages live music and DJ-hosted.
Ronnie Scott's - home of the best live jazz in London - one of the world's premier jazz venues The Silver Bullet - blus and jazz jam nights in Finsbury Park The Station Tavern - will it ever return? London's finest blues venue The Troubador - blues in Earl's Court, London. MERSEYSIDE. International Guitar Festival of Great Britain. NORTHERN IRELAND.Canterbury has more intimate venues too, presenting comedy, live jazz, and folk music. You'll also hear live bands at pubs and bars in places like Whitstable. Skip to main content.Jazz cafes in Tokyo Jazz kissaten, or coffee shops, have a long tradition in Japan. Customers go there to hear jazz on vinyl records or CDs, rather than live performances, while they drink coffee in the afternoon or sip cocktails in the evening.
Venice Jazz Club used to be a disco before it got transformed into the cozy jazz club it is today, and our local Stacy’s favorite spot for a night on the town. On Tuesdays and Fridays you can find nice live Latin Jazz. The staff is also very nice, according to our Venice local Stacy “owner Federico Nalesso will greet you at the door, take your drink order and then entertain you from his.Read More
Guide to live music concerts and events in Tokyo, Japan in English and Japanese with information about venues, live houses, listings and tickets.Read More
Thank you for the support you've shown Blue Note Jazz Club while we are temporarily closed. We've loved seeing and hearing about all of the special moments you've shared with us over the years. We've opened our Blue Note Archives featuring live footage, interviews, photos and more!Read More
For a chance to see a live show by a world famous act, Blue Note in Minami Aoyama is the place to go. The club, which was opened in November 1988 is by far Tokyo’s most famous jazz club. Past acts include legendary musicians such as Tony Bennett and Sly Stone.Read More
A lovely little jazz bar three minutes from Ebisu Station, Vagabond Ebisu is the sister venue of Vagabond Shinjuku, a legendary jazz venue opened in 1976. Both branches of Vagabond have healthy reputations in the jazz world and thus attract a steady flow of jazz fans and artists from overseas.Read More
Jazz Club, a men's perfume, delivers a woody, oriental, sweet and intoxicating fragrance. The balmy base scent added to Vanilla, Tonka Bean, Vetiver and Tobacco leaves, combine to produce a melody of leather and liquor aking you front row for the best seats in the jazz club. If you like the Jazz Club fragrance, then try the Jazz Club Candle.Read More
If you are looking for some of the best nightlife experiences, then you don’t need to look further than Tokyo. With many clubs, jazz bars, karaoke, and bars to choose from, it’s easy to find a perfect spot to have fun after-hours. Tourists can enjoy from a wide selection of hip-hop, deep house, electronic, top 40, and more at some of the hottest clubs in Tokyo.Read More
Tokyo is one of Asia’s top nightclubbing destinations and for good reason. The city has two of DJ MAG’s Top 100 nights clubs, a long and rich history of night clubbing, and the world’s biggest DJs performing in Tokyo on a weekly basis.Read More
Jazz played in a concert hall or a club is for many the pinnacle of the art form and here are the 50 best live jazz albums of all time.. Weather Report Live in Tokyo (1972).Read More