Will This be Home for the Jazz Gallery?
The Jazz Gallery, on the far west side of lower Manhattan, was one of the places that seemed a throwback to the ’60s and ’70s - humble and exhilarating. It was a second-floor walk up with folding chair and a small stage in a somewhat desolate part of town. But the musicians were cutting edge and the audiences thrived on the music. Now zoning has forced a move to 1160 Broadway, north of the Flatiron Building, which one hopes will become The Jazz Gallery’s permanent home when all its fund raising is done. Larry Blumenfeld’s article explains more.
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