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In 1959, Ella Fitzgerald became the first African-American woman to earn a Grammy Award. She won five awards that year, including an award for best jazz soloist and one for best female pop vocalist.

In 1959, Ella Fitzgerald became the first African-American woman to earn a Grammy Award. She won five awards that year, including an award for best jazz soloist and one for best female pop vocalist.

Preservation Hall Jazz Band (Original)  to me this place is New Orleans

Preservation Hall Jazz Band (Original) to me this place is New Orleans

Following the Civil War, black Americans, through employment as musicians playing European music in military bands, developed new musical styles such as ragtime and what would become known as jazz. Description from rebloggy.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Following the Civil War, black Americans, through employment as musicians playing European music in military bands, developed new musical styles such as ragtime and what would become known as jazz. Description from rebloggy.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Jazz was African American music of the 1920s, and spread out in Canada rapidly. Jazz music combined elements of ragtime, blues, spirituals, and band music. Charleston, Black Bottom and Fox Trot were the most popular dances. 1920s also known as The Jazz Age. It encouraged daring and energetic dances. Jazz involved to the people's life but also challenged some people's mind because of their suggestive movements. Some call these years the 'age of wonderful nonsense'. (Photography 1920)

King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, 1920

Jazz was African American music of the 1920s, and spread out in Canada rapidly. Jazz music combined elements of ragtime, blues, spirituals, and band music. Charleston, Black Bottom and Fox Trot were the most popular dances. 1920s also known as The Jazz Age. It encouraged daring and energetic dances. Jazz involved to the people's life but also challenged some people's mind because of their suggestive movements. Some call these years the 'age of wonderful nonsense'. (Photography 1920)

You have to turn it up so that your chest shakes and the drums get in between your ribs like a heartbeat and the bass goes up your spine and fizzles your brain and all you can do is dance or spin in a circle or just scream along because you know that however this music makes you feel, it’s exactly right. ~ Robin Benway / Photo: Ron Carter

You have to turn it up so that your chest shakes and the drums get in between your ribs like a heartbeat and the bass goes up your spine and fizzles your brain and all you can do is dance or spin in a circle or just scream along because you know that however this music makes you feel, it’s exactly right. ~ Robin Benway / Photo: Ron Carter

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