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Thursday, September 23, 2004

The Jazz Age In Kansas City 1920-1940

"After livestock, it was music that put Kansas City on the map. During the jazz age, the Coon-Sanders Night Hawks kept radios humming into the wee hours from coast to coast, Bennie Moten's orchestra was a top seller for Victor Records, and Andy Kirk's band headlined the nation's finest ballrooms. ..."
Kansas City: Paris of the Plains (via Life In The Present)