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USA JAZZ CLUBS

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CHARLOTTE

Cajun Queen Restaurant. 1800 E. 7th Street. Tel: 704-377-9017 [contact: Robbie Gottfried. Dixieland jazz Tuesday through Saturday, Mainstream Sunday and Monday. Excellent cajun and New Orleans style menu. Open 5:30-10:30 7 days a week]

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Blue Restaurant and Bar. 214 N. Tryon St. Suite 100. Tel: 704-927-2583 Fax: 704-927-0555. [Live Jazz Wednesdays - Saturdays at 9 pm]
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Mojo's. 1812 Monford Drive. Tel: 704-523-0474 [contact: Ted Cannon. Music seven nights a week. Thursday night jam session with many local jazz artists sitting in. Seating capacity aprox. 150]
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DURHAM

MK'S House Of Jazz and R&B. 118 West Main Street. Tel: 919-682-5299 [contact: Darrly Wright, Shaunda Spicer, Bill Gordan. Caters to the 25 plus clientele and is unmatched in it's approach to serving up hospitality and service "southern style". 8pm-2am soft listening Jazz and R&B music. On Friday and Saturday nights we offer valet parking,live entertainment, and chef prepared culinary delights. On the Main street soft jazz all night. The upper level is the Non-smoking side of MK'S. featuring live music]
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RALEIGH

Yancey's Jazz and Blues Cafe. 205 Wolfe St, City Market. Raleigh. Tel: (919) 839-1991 [One of downtown Raleigh's most comfortable places. A favorite of the Triangle Blues Society, Yancey's showcases local and regional groups like the Freddy Greene band and Big Money Grip Wednesday through Saturday nights. The music continues Sundays during Yancey's famous jazz brunch.]
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