The 6 Texas Jazz Music Venues That You Need To Visit

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December 10, 2013

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Calling all cowboys and cowgirls! It’s time to get groovy with Texas jazz music.

Although the Lone Star state is popular for producing classic country tunes, the state embraces a wide selection of musical genres – jazzy blues being one of them. From San Antonio to Dallas, and everywhere in between, Texas is no stranger to the standard Motown sounds of the south.

Next time you’re feeling down to get funky, make your way to one of these popular jazz music joints that can only be found in Texas.

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Scat

This underground hotspot, located in the basement of Fort Worth’s historic Woolworth building, combines the swagger and mystery of the original New York jazz clubs. The dark, sexy atmosphere provides an escape from a busy day, as you enjoy a drink and listen to some of the finest jazz musicians that Texas has to offer. Headlining acts perform every Tuesday and Sunday at 8:30 p.m. and Wednesday through Saturday at 9 p.m.

Address:

111 West 4th

Suite 11

Fort Worth, TX 76102

http://scatjazzlounge.com/

 

Elephant Room

If you’re looking for a more laidback, casual atmosphere, this is the place for you. With live musical performances every night, a happy hour from 4 to 8 p.m. and a full bar with more than 20 different drafts, you’ll find yourself returning again and again.

Address:

315 Congress Ave.

Austin, TX 78701

http://www.elephantroom.com/

 

Sandaga 813

This posh location in Dallas’ Exposition Park is for those who have a more upscale taste. The atmosphere of the venue is infused with an urban art gallery feel, so you’ll be exposed to the fine arts as you enjoy the tunes played by Shelley Carrol and his band. You can expect the crowd to be old and wise, but young enough in spirit to have a good time.

Address:

813 Exposition Ave.

Dallas, TX 75226

http://sandaga813.com/

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Buttons Restaurant

Don’t overlook this tasty café that features live jazz music with an intimate flair. People of all kinds flock to this entertaining joint, where you can eat Chef Hick’s Southern-inspired menu, mingle with locals and tourists alike, and dance the night away to sultry tunes. Although the establishment is a restaurant first and foremost, their live entertainment is a close second.

Address:

4701 W. Freeway

Fort Worth, TX 76107

OR

15207 Addison Rd.

Addison, TX 75001

http://www.buttonsrestaurant.com/

 

Luna

Head down south to San Antonio for the city’s only classic live music nightclub for a taste of soul, blues, R&B, jazz and reggae. There’s a dance floor if you’re feeling groovy, or a cozy sitting area if you’d rather sip on a drink and relax. Either way, you’re sure to have a great time.

Address:

6740 San Pedro Ave.

San Antonio, TX 78216

http://lunalive.com/index.html

 

The Balcony Club

This former piano bar turned jazz club has made a name for itself in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Not only do they take pride in their family-esque atmosphere and musical performances, but they also make a point to give back to others through donating their venue to various charities for event hosting purposes. Many famous jazz performers have performed behind the doors of this prestigious Texas club, and the Balcony Club makes sure to create a legacy for the many years to come.

Address:

1825 Abrams

Suite B

Dallas, TX 75214

http://balconyclubdallas.com/index.html

What’s your favorite Texas jazz music venue? Share with us in the comments below!

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