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101 Ranch


1900s era Storyville Jazz club on west corner of Tremé (old Franklin Street) & Iberville: next door to Tuxedo Dance Hall: Opened in 1910 by Abraham Sapiro (later changed to Harry Parker): http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88064433/1913-03-29/ed-1/seq-3/

October 20, 2014


102 Ranch


Changed name from CafŽ 101 Ranch- Owner William “Billy” Phillips


500 Club


1940s era French Quarter Jazz club on corner of St. Louis & Bourbon: 441 Bourbon Street (now Bourbon Street Blues Company): From the New Orleans Jazz History Central Vieux Carre Walking Tour brochure: “One of the early jazz spots on Bourbon St., Prima’s 500 Club was operated by Leon Prima, Louis’s older brother and himself a trumpeter of some repute. Prima and Frank Federico were highlighted at the opening in 1946, and music historian Hank Kmen later played in the band here.”


544 Club


544 Bourbon Street, New Orleans No known information other than matchbook cover

February 2, 2015


Abadie’s Cabaret


1900s Storyville jazz club: north corner of Bienville & Marais: Joseph Oliver crowned “King of Trumpets” while playing there Map at: http://webpages.charter.net/davidmmiller/neworleans.htm

October 20, 2014


Al Hirt’s Club


From the New Orleans Jazz History Central Vieux Carre Walking Tour brochure: 501 Bourbon Street: “This location started as the second location for Dan’s Pier 600, then became Al Hirt’s Club, and then Al Hirt’s Basin Street South. Hirt’s group was the house band, but the club was also a venue for good jazz bands on tour.


Alamo Dance Hall


From the New Orleans Jazz History Canal Street Walking Tour brochure: 1001 Canal Street/113 Burgundy Street: Previous location of the Junius Hart Music Company. When JuniusÕ music store relocated, the Alamo Dance Hall moved into the second floor of this location. While the entrance was a side staircase on Burgundy St., the dancehall overlooked Canal Street. Many musicians and bands played here including banjoist and guitarist Danny Barker.


Alamo Theater


1027 Canal Street: From the New Orleans Jazz History Canal Street Walking Tour brochure: “This small movie theater was designed by Emile Weil and was long associated with the Fichtenburg chain. Numerous musicians played in its small pit including Indianapolis born composer and pianist J. Russel Robinson, who later played in the Original Dixieland Jazz Band. The building now has a metal Art Deco facade which was added at a later date.” Central Business District theater that featured minstrel shows, ragtime, vaudeville, and jazz:


Allen Saloon_


Jazz hall: South side of Poydras bewteen S. Rampart & Dryades (O’Keefe)- Map at: http://webpages.charter.net/davidmmiller/neworleans.htm


Alley Cabaret


Jazz hall- 1920s: Corner of Claiborne and Allen: Map at : http://webpages.charter.net/davidmmiller/neworleans.htm


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