1829 E Main St, Richmond, IN, US
Capacity: 100 Age Limit: 18
Bio: Historic home of Henry Alice Gennett, founder of Gennett Records, best known for seminal recordings of Louie Armstrong, Hoagy Carmichael, and many other jazz and country pioneers in the early 1920"s. Brand new venue in 2011 for promoting Jazz and Roots Music Live every Thursday Night and Sunday afternoon. Providing a 'listening room' for an intimate experience with the artist and other rooms nearby that lend themselves to conversation and listening. A unique and ambient environment with great natural sound. Modest amplification required. $10 cover split with the house per guest. Guest may BYOB. Light 'nibbly' menu available.
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