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Keystone Korner Club Revived in Baltimore

NEA Jazz Master Todd Barkan, chef Robert Wiedmaier plan for April 30 opening

Henry Threadgill at Keystone Korner in San Francisco, April 1979
Henry Threadgill at Keystone Korner in San Francisco, April 1979 (photo: © Brian McMillen/ www.brianmcmillenphotography.com)

Keystone Korner, the San Francisco and (later) Tokyo club that hosted many legendary jazz performances in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, is coming back, this time in Baltimore.

NEA Jazz Master Todd Barkan—Keystone Korner’s owner since 1972—and Michelin-starred chef Robert Wiedmaier are relaunching the club in the city’s Harbor East section, which is undergoing a revitalization.

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