The event is not to be missed - music, food, walking tour and a chance to visit a living museum (the Mutual Musicians Foundation Building in the historic 18th and Vine district.)
The evening celebrates this history of Kansas City jazz and such jazz greats as Bennie Moten, Charlie Parker and Count Basie - all who played and jammed at the Mutual Musicians Hall which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Part of Kansas City's rich history includes its contribution to the development of the distinctive American music style known as jazz.
This event is a wonderful opportunity to listen, learn and experience Kansas City jazz and its history.
This wonderful evening is being organized by the Jackson County Historical Society, the Mutual Musicians Foundation and the Kansas City Jazz Ambassadors.