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Historic Site of Vee-Jay Records
1449 S Michigan Ave (bt E 14th & 16th Sts)
"Situated on this stretch of the former ‘record row,’ Vee-Jay Records was the largest, most successful R&B label of its time, and recorded blues greats like Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker and others."
Location of Historic Maxwell Street Market
Maxwell St & Halsted
"The interior of Nate's Deli (now closed), was replicated on a Hollywood Set for Aretha Franklin's scenes in "The Blues Brothers" (1980)."
Historic Site of State Street Stroll
(at Calumet Ave.)
"The hardware store at the corner used to be the Sunset Café, a legendary jazz club where Louis Armstrong and others played. Look inside at the historic clippings in front, and the mural in back."
Chicago Blues District
708 E 47th St
"This used to be the landmark 708 Club, one of the birthplaces of the Chicago blues. It was here that the instruments and style that defined the highly-charged electrified blues really came together."
Buddy Guy's Legends
700 S Wabash Ave (at Balbo Dr.)
"One of the best blues bars in Chicago! Buddy Guy does a concert series in January, but be prepared to get to the bar early for seats. I was surprise by the $3 312 draft special on a Friday night!"
Historic Site of Illinois Central Depot, The Black Ellis Island
200 E Roosevelt Rd (at S Indiana Av)
"Sit for a moment in this beautiful park and contemplate what once was here."
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