The second section presents case studies of In Dahomey, black banjo bands, visits made by American groups such as the Original Dixieland Jazz
Band and the Southern Syncopated Orchestra, hot jazz, and performances at the Savoy Hotel and by Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
It happened the evening we accidentally wandered into a Dixieland jazz
club in down-town San Diego.
A dixieland jazz
band was on hand to welcome customers to the revamped Wine REPublic bar.
Among the artists featured are the Original Dixieland Jazz
Band performing "Livery Stable Blues" (the first recording of a jazz band in New York); the lesbian "empress of the blues," Bessie Smith, with her tidal-wave sound; sassy Cotton Club mama Ethel Waters; and gay iconoclastic, keyboard man Cecil Taylor as well as Sarah Vaughan, Billie, Ella, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and far too many more to mention.
A traditional fiddle player may be holding the floor in one bar, while a Dixieland jazz
band is blowing strong in the pub around the corner.
In 1943, the international impresario Sol Hurok presented Dunham's company in Tropical Revue at the Martin Beck Theater on Broadway, adding Dixieland jazz
musicians to boost its commercial appeal.
Some of America's most talented musicians now run music camps for youngsters interested in learning to play ragtime and Dixieland jazz
Pete Fountain and his New Orleans Jazz Band were the first to get the audience on their feet and into the aisles on Sunday's concert, dancing to the beat of Dixieland jazz
TWO Dixieland Jazz
Bands will entertain on a 7-night cruise on the Monterey Discovery departing April 15.
True, some of us had heard of the Original Dixieland Jazz
Band and others at work during the few years following the first world war, but we had then tended to think of it as a new development in popular music.
The revelers were serenaded by a Dixieland Jazz
band, and could partake of a "Midnight Smorgasbord buffet.