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Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, Tulsa

#8 of 10 in Museums in Tulsa
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is a non-profit organization that honors jazz, blues and gospel musicians in the state of Oklahoma. Housed in the former Tulsa Union Depot, which it now calls the Jazz Depot, the Hall of Fame is a music venue that hosts regular jazz performances. It is also a museum, displaying photographs, biographical information, artifacts, and memorabilia from musicians such as Chet Baker, Earl Bostic, Barney Kessel, Charlie Christian, Tommy Crook, Pat Kelley, and Jimmy Rushing.
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  • Not open secondary to Covid, however we called and were invited to a jam session. Got to see a little of the building . Had our own private concert. Made us feel special  more »
  • Loved it good music good people had a Wonder time free jazz jam session every Tuesday6:pm- 10:pm open sign up sheet if you know how to play or sing your in the band !!!
  • Tuesday night's they have free jazz event with local artists. It's a nice casual atmosphere, highly recommended if looking for something laid back and casual to do.

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