Kelly's Stables (Chicago)
Kelly's Stables was a small, first-floor (second story) night spot located at 431 Rush Street, in Tower Town. It operated throughout U.S. prohibition until authorities closed it on April 5, 1930. Legendary jazz musicians performed at the club, including Johnny Dodds, who led a small house band from 1924 to 1930. Success of the Chicago venue led to the opening of a Kelly's Stables in New York.
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