Harlem's Oldest and Only Live Jazz Dive Since 1969
2021 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., Blvd. (7th Ave.)
Harlem, New York 10027
performances are subject to favorable weather conditions. And all bands must
check in 3 hours prior to gig to confirm during inclement weather.
Sam Still Stands!
1969 Samuel Hargress, Jr., now 78 years old, opened and has continuously
managed Paris Blues at it’s current location in the heart of Harlem, NY. Today
boasting 7 nights of LIVE JAZZ with NO
COVER, FREE FOOD and GOOD DRINKS, REASONABLY PRICED in his rare place
where the high and low rub elbows, visitors are treated to an authentic
neighborhood bar and Jazz Jam throw-back experience in which they are welcome
and encouraged to join.
12:00 PM Noon - 3:00 AM Daily
Near All 125th Street Subway Stations
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ESNAVI Got some of that Paris Blues Unexpected Love! @ Sam's 75th Birthday Party and shot her Debut Music Video! Your turn to step into 1969 Harlem and find some Unexpected Love... & Live Jazz.
Photo By Keith Rogers NYC Council member Inez Dickenson Speaks at the PAL on W.118th and Manhattan avenue to honor Sam Hargress Jr. Owner of the Paris blues. Photos by Keith Rogers — with Ashaki Shanell.