The Swingin ’60s: Five Jazz Artists Recollect the London Jazz Scene During the 1960s

Overshadowed by the worldwide domination of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, a creative jazz scene flourished in London in the 1960s. Young musicians converged on the city from all over the British Isles, pushing the music in new directions. At the epicenter, Ronnie Scott’s jazz club opened in Soho in 1959. When the club…
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