Grungy rock’n’roll mixed with some easy jazz is both the sound and the look here, with nods to 1920s New York not only in the name, but in the Moooi Rabbit Lamp bases used as pendants in the bar – a reference to the Irish-American street gang The Dead Rabbits...

Johannesburg speakeasy Hell's Kitchen summons the devilish glamour of 1920s New York...

Low lighting, bare light bulbs, Black and white tiled flooring, chesterfield chairs

Black Cat Piano Jazz Bar artists print giclee via Etsy ~ by Stephen Fowler, Gemini Studio Art

Black Cat Piano Jazz Bar artwork original graphic illustration signed archival artists print giclee by Stephen Fowler

Black Cat Piano Jazz Bar artists print giclee via Etsy ~ by Stephen Fowler, Gemini Studio Art

Minneapolis nighlife Dakota Jazz Club #exploremn (photo by Explore MN)

Julien bought the Gypsy Ballroom upon his return to NYC with Emory and shorted the name to the Gypsy Room, calling it Le Chambre Gypsy.

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Jazz Club Fantom - medusa group, I like the use of mixed surfaces and fabric to warm an industrial space.

Just beautiful! I imagine a huge story line for just this portrait. I also wish that was me up there singing, i love jazz!

A Explosiva Era do Jazz

This sophisticated image in bold, rich colors of Piano Jazz Night Out printed canvas wall art by Brent Heighton reflects a decadent era.

Bulldog Jazz Bar original graphic illustration on by geministudio, $95.00

Bulldog Jazz Bar original graphic illustration on gallery wrapped canvas by Stephen Fowler

Black Labrador dog Jazz Bar original graphic illustration giclee archival signed print by Stephen Fowler Pick A Size

Tortoise Club, 350 N State Street. Live jazz. Mellow atmosphere. Old school Chicago cool.

The Tortoise Club brings a different vibe to the Chicago restaurant scene - Northworks Architects + Planners

A smokey jazz bar somewhere, does it really get any better than this?

Miles Davis, Birdland, New York City, © Dennis Stock Magnum Photos.

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