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The Jazz Age was a feature of the 1920s when jazz music and dance became popular.Image of The King & Carter Jazzing Orchestra, 1921.

All That's Jazz -- Redefined . The King & Carter Jazzing Orchestra photographed in Houston, Texas, January 1921 Jazz Music represents the p…

Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana   c. 1920s  He was another popular musician. He played mostly jazz music. (The most popular genre of the 1920s.)

Louis Armstrong (August 1901 – July nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana c. He was a popular musician. He played mostly jazz music. (The most popular genre of the

Harry Carney (1935)  Anchored Duke Ellington's Orchestra for nearly half a century.

Harry Carney Anchored Duke Ellington's Orchestra for nearly half a century. Although principally a baritone saxophonist he also played alto sax, clarinet & bass clarinet.

Used to watch a movie of him as a kid; which is weird for an 7 year-old but hey, I played the Clarinet! ;] 'The Real Benny Goodman'

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Jazz piano legend Earl 'Fatha' Hines was born today 12-28 in 1903. His band included Dizzy Gillespie. Count Basie often said Earl Hines was the greatest jazz piano player ever. Hines passed in 1983

Jazz piano legend Earl 'Fatha' Hines was born today in His band included Dizzy Gillespie. Count Basie often said Earl Hines was the greatest jazz piano player ever. Hines passed in 1983

1928 Men's Fashion Illustration 1 Large Full Color Lithograph Beautiful | eBay

1928 MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATION #1 * Large Full Color Lithograph BEAUTIFUL

The tuxedo, also known as black tie or smoking jacket, has been considered semi-formal since its invention about 40 years earlier. In this decade, it begins to outpace white tie (known as "full dress" at this time) at formal events.

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