Also known as the Golden Twenties and the Roaring Twenties, the Jazz Age was marked by a strong cultural movement toward Jazz music, dances and clothing styles that were considered...
The Jazz Age was a period in the 1920s, ending with the Great Depression, in
which jazz music and dance became popular, mainly in the United States, but ...
People & Events: The Jazz Age. Cover of Life magazine from 1920s In 1925 the
Jazz Age was in full swing. It was the year Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington ...
Of course jazz
fans know about bassist/vocalist Esperanza Spalding , who was given a teaching job at Berklee College of Music at age
20, the year she graduated from the very same school (although she didn't spend much time in class because she was too busy touring with ... More »
The novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald termed the 1920s "the Jazz Age." With its earthy
rhythms, fast beat, and improvisational style, jazz symbolized the decade's spirit ...
Fitzgerald coined the phrase, "the Jazz Age" that same year to describe the
flamboyant—"anything goes"—era that emerged in America after World War I.
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The Jazz Age. Cars also gave young people the freedom to go where they
pleased and do what they wanted. (Some pundits called them “bedrooms on