Chris’ Jazz Cafe
In the City of Brotherly Love, you need only enter and take a seat to hear the blues in these top spots.
Good conversation over a drink or two is a great way to get to know each other when you’re on a blind date.
Lucky for us, the jazz scene here is vibrant, and you can find great live music any day of the week.
If you’re looking for a concert to take a date, here are a few shows in the city this spring and summer.
The 3rd annual Center City Jazz Festival rocked the town and gave folks a chance to boogy down on Saturday with some local, national and even international acts.
The Center City Jazz Festival kicks off Saturday, April 19. It’s part of Jazz Appreciation month festivities throughout April.
The City of Brotherly Love has its fair share of Bourbon Street-worthy establishments standing by to help Philly-area residents and visitors roll out the good times, Big Easy-style.
From jazz to rock, many neighborhood bars offer a varied selection of new bands in places with great atmosphere, good food and drink and a unique ambiance.
Philadelphia used to be a jazz haven, and although many past haunts are gone, there are still plenty of places to enjoy live music.
Of course, everyone would like to be celebrating on New Orleans’ infamous Bourbon Street. But Philadelphia has its fair share of amazingly festive places that can temporarily transport you to New Orleans.
Trombonist Ernest Stuart says he wanted to bring a little something new to Philadelphia so he decided to organize the Center City Jazz Festival.
You don’t need to go to New Orleans for a taste of Mardi Gras.
Whether you’re looking to dine on authentic New Orleans food such as gumbo, jambalaya, bananas foster, and king cake; celebrate with the shuffle beat, boogie-woogie piano sounds of this holiday; tip a glass of specially […]
A center city Philadelphia jazz club and restaurant is celebrating Fat Tuesday today with a bounty of crawfish.