During this explosion of interest in culture, music was naturally in the limelight. Some blues songs were also witty and comical, a satirical take on a melancholy life. 1. especially radio and films are newest hottest sources of entertainment at the time. An underground prohibition-style bar, celebrating a time when booze was banned, yet free-flowing. Your night at Palmer & Co. begins before you even arrive; walking down an alleyway, through a nondescript door, and underneath the city streets. It was a speakeasy club during the prohibition and the neighbourhood bar. Tobacco Road, Miami. No longer segregated from drinking together, men and women reveled in speakeasies and another Prohibition-created venue, the house party. It may be meant to evoke in the listeners the feeling of being in a place, usually with a tranquil theme, such as a jungle, an island paradise or outer space. Palmer & Co. Blues music is characterized by repeating chords and 1920s blues focused on a twelve bar structure. They ranged from fancy clubs with jazz bands and ballroom dance floors to dingy backrooms, basements and rooms inside apartments. Weill Kleine Dreigroschenmusik (The Threepenny Opera Suite) In the 1920s the second-floor venue of the KGB Bar was a speakeasy for Ukrainian Socialists who met behind its double-locked doors to hide their political affiliations from the rampant McCarthyism of the era. Jan 16, 2015 - Explore lisa8213's board "1920's Bar" on Pinterest. Light Horse Tavern in Jersey City, New Jersey. Here is a throwback to the past through the songs that made people go wild for music in the 1920s. The illicit bars, also referred to as “blind pigs” and “gin joints,” multiplied, especially in urban areas. Songs would often chronicle the singers personal troubles and the daily racial problems associated with being African American in the prejudiced and segregated South. See more ideas about 1920s bar, Bar and Bar cart decor. Lounge music is a type of easy listening music popular in the 1950s and 1960s. After World War 1,there are many things formed the entertainment for Canadians; things like dances, music, radio and talking films. The 1920s was "The Golden Twenties" for Canadians.