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Memories Wanted: Paul’s Mall and the Jazz Workshop

Jazz fans who dwelled in Boston during the 1960s and 1970s probably remember at least a few outstanding performances at Paul’s Mall and the Jazz Workshop. The two clubs hosted performances by jazz musicians including Miles Davis and John Coltrane, as well as standouts from other fields like Bruce Springsteen and Richard Pryor, all under the stewardship of Fred Taylor.

Now, you can help celebrate the legacy of the two clubs by contributing your recollections, photos, or other material to an exhibit called “Paul’s Mall and the Jazz Workshop: 15 Years of Music History in Boston (1963-1978).”

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