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For much of its history, Storyville was located on the ground floor of Hotel Buckminster in the space now occupied by Pizzeria Uno. Storyville was a Greater Boston nightclub and music venue opened by Boston, Massachusetts native George Wein during the 1940s. Originally a jazz club, it was named after the Storyville district of New Orleans. It was first located in the Copley Square Hotel, but was soon relocated to Harvard Square. In 1950 it was relocated again to the Hotel Buckminster in Kenmore Square. Jazz legends such as Billie Holiday and Charlie Parker made live radio broadcasts from the club and certain recordings from these sessions still exist. Other notable jazz musicians featured in this new venue include Louis Armstrong, Dave Brubeck, Red Garland, Erroll Garner, Charles Mingus, and Sarah Vaughan. In later decades, this venue hosted performers such as the Del Fuegos and the Violent Femmes. The space that housed Storyville's Kenmore Square location is now occupied by a Pizzeria Uno restaurant.[1][2][3][4][5][6] References ^ Boston Hotel Buckminster, "About Us" ^ Boston's Jazz History ^ iTunes, The Longest Day by the Del Fuegos ^ Charlie Parker Session Details (March 10, 1953), Storyville, Boston MA, WHDH radio broadcast ^ Juliana Hatfield, "Notes and News" ^ Grahm Junior College Memorial Page This article has not been added to any categories. Please help out by adding categories to it so that it can be listed with similar articles. (September 2010)