A few more pictures from out mid-afternoon Centennial Stomp soiree.

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of the Jazz Age with the recording of Livery Stable Blues by the Original Dixieland Jass Band in front of where it happened exactly 100 years ago, former studios of Victor Talking Machine Company on 46 W 38th St. The Centennial Fellowship: Phonograph DJ MAC of WFMU's Antique Gramophone Music Program playing the record that started it all, Don Spiro of Wit's End, Dandy Dillinger of The Repeal Society, fest alum Tatiana Eva-Marie of the Avalon Jazz Band and other swells. Sign up for our list and automatically enter a raffle to win tickets for the upcoming New York Hot Jazz Festival. Link in profile
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Photo by @nina.galicheva #centennialstomp #100yearsofjazzage #liverystableblues #victortalkingmachinecompany #hotjazz #jazz #tradjazz #jazzage #vintage #1910s #1920s
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  • nyhotjazzfestA few more pictures from out mid-afternoon Centennial Stomp soiree.

    Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of the Jazz Age with the recording of Livery Stable Blues by the Original Dixieland Jass Band in front of where it happened exactly 100 years ago, former studios of Victor Talking Machine Company on 46 W 38th St. The Centennial Fellowship: Phonograph DJ MAC of WFMU's Antique Gramophone Music Program playing the record that started it all, Don Spiro of Wit's End, Dandy Dillinger of The Repeal Society, fest alum Tatiana Eva-Marie of the Avalon Jazz Band and other swells. Sign up for our list and automatically enter a raffle to win tickets for the upcoming New York Hot Jazz Festival. Link in profile
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    Photo by @nina.galicheva #centennialstomp #100yearsofjazzage #liverystableblues #victortalkingmachinecompany #hotjazz #jazz #tradjazz #jazzage #vintage #1910s #1920s

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