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In the early 1930s, whites opened a jazz club in nearby Culver City to rival the Club Alabam.
On the first stage of this trip, in December, Evans photographed in Alabam a, especially in Selma, and in Louisiana, in and around New Orleans.
It's that block in which resides the Club Alabam and the Dunbar Hotel.
By age 11, Mary had done her first amateur recording, showing already impressive pipes as she belted out Irving Berlin's "When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam.
At the same time that Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie (Bird) Parker, Machito and Chano Pozo were fusing African-American and Afro-Cuban sounds back East, Chicanos and Chicanas joined the Black faces jumping to the rhythms of Dexter Gordon, "Baron" Mingus, and Gerald Wilson at the Orpheum, Club Alabam, and the Down Beat Club in Los Angeles.
Fletcher Henderson's pioneering big band, featuring trumpeter Louis Armstrong, was broadcast periodically from the Club Alabam and then the Roseland Ballroom between 1924 and 1928.