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Cotton Club

Collection by Myriam Jeanne-Nunez

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Exotic dancer Sahji (Madeline Jackson) was a headline dancer at the Cotton Club from 1933 to She's beautiful! Le Burlesque, Burlesque Vintage, Burlesque Costumes, 1940s Costume, Black Pin Up, Black Art, Pin Up Girls, Pin Up Noire, Condoleezza Rice

Exotic dancer Sahji (Madeline Jackson) was a headline dancer at the Cotton Club from 1933 to 1939.

Cotton Club, New York City. Photo: Cotton Club Opened as Club DeLux on Street and Lenox Avenue by Jack Johnson in After the club failed, John. The Cotton Club, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Signs, Duke Ellington, Harlem Renaissance, Renaissance Wedding, Vintage New York, Vintage Black

Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington At The Cotton Club - Tuition

Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington At The Cotton Club (Duke Ellington, Storyville Records, CDs, 05 April 2013, STV1038415) en-GB

Rare Gregory Hines Tap Dance Footage-gives me goosebumps to watch! Tap Dance, Dance Art, Dance Moves, Shall We Dance, Lets Dance, Gregory Hines, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Swing Dancing, Dance Like No One Is Watching

Rare Gregory Hines Tap Dance Footage

The late great Gregory Hines dancing solo in the early eighties.

Billie Holiday ~ Born: April 1915 and Died: July Billie Holiday was an American jazz singer and songwriter. Nicknamed "Lady Day" by her friend and musical partner Lester Young, Holiday had a seminal influence on jazz and pop singing. Nina Simone, Lady Sings The Blues, Strange Fruit, Merle Oberon, Cool Jazz, Ella Fitzgerald, Sean Penn, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis

Billie Holiday - Stormy Weather (Clef Records 1952)

"Stormy Weather" is a 1933 song written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler. Ethel Waters first sang it at The Cotton Club night club in Harlem. It has since bee...

CP Ref.(some bits too late in period feel .& its showtime) /Duke Ellington At The Cotton Club Ap World History, Women In History, Black History, Swing Jazz, Swing Dancing, Duke Ellington, Lindy Hop, Jazz Club, Come Undone

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Josephine Baker was the first African American female to star in a motion picture, to integrate an American concert hall, and to become a world-famous entertainer. Josephine Baker, Vintage Black Glamour, Vintage Beauty, Vintage Makeup, Vintage Vanity, Women In History, Black History, Ancient History, Belle Epoque

Josephine Baker began her career as part of a dance group in St. Louis before moving to New York to perform at Harlem’s Cotton Club. In 1925, she moved to Paris and was a huge success in the ”Folies Bergere”. In France, she did not feel the same level of racial prejudice that was prevalent in the United States at the time. In the 1950s, Baker took up the cause of racial equality in America, and stood in the crowds before the Lincoln Memorial at the end of the 1963 March on Washington.

For one night only, our Keyes Meeting Room become the famous Cotton Club, a hotspot where Duke Ellington played with his band. 75th Birthday Parties, 90th Birthday, Birthday Celebration, Gala Themes, Party Themes, Party Ideas, Roaring Twenties Party, Harlem Nights, Great Gatsby Party

Roaring Twenties Party 01

For one night only, our Keyes Meeting Room become the famous Cotton Club, a 1920s hotspot where Duke Ellington played with his band.

Richard Gere - "The Cotton Club" - Costume designer : Milena Canonero Richard Gere Movies, Gregory Hines, James Remar, Gangster, Francis Ford Coppola, Shall We Dance, Cotton Club, The Girlfriends, Movie Titles

Sala66 - Richard Gere en “Cotton Club”, 1984

Richard Gere en “Cotton Club”, 1984