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The Jazz Lounge or simply known as The Lounge, was the epicenter of the jazz scene in Los Angeles, built in 1920’s the Lounge was host to many legendary musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne, and Billie Holiday to name a few. Journeymen jazz musicians hung against the outside wall or in the alley out back, waiting to catch a break or a glimpse of their heroes.
It was the hippest, most intimate, key spot of all the activity. That’s where all the night people hung out; the sportsmen, the businessmen, the dancers, everybody in show business, people who were somebody stayed at the hotel.