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Colored Musicians Club
12-MAY-2005 Karl R. Josker

Colored Musicians Club

145 Broadway, Buffalo

This place is still active, it was originally home to Local 533 of the American Federation of Musicians, the colored musicians union in Buffalo, Local 533 merged with Local 43, the white musicians local in Buffalo in 1969.

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Date/Time12-May-2005 18:50:38
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Patricia Sweet 25-May-2013 13:50
Do you have any information on the clubs Little Paris or Kitty Kat?
Guest 11-Feb-2011 01:10
I think this was the old Club MoonGlow. I used to go there once in awhile back then and never gave it a thought being a white boy in a black club..
Roger 12-Oct-2009 21:01
I remember this place very well. Had many a great Saturday evening in the mid-1950's listening to a lot of fine music. I worked at a company in the old Larkin warehouse complex called McCormick Industries. It was there that I met a fellow who invited me to come to the club due to the fact that he found out I liked 'Jazz' music. He played the piano. His name was Jimmy Greene. His wife was a jazz singer who went by the name of 'Do Do' Greene. His brother played the bass and he was called 'Bo Peep'. A lot of the great jazz muscians would stop by for a jam session when they passed through Buffalo to some 'gig' on the East coast.