The Walkmen Step Into The Black in Boston

Photographer dan marino

Since it was held in the basement of Storyville restaurant and nightclub, guests literally Stepped Into The Black when they arrived at our party last night in Boston. Storyville was a thriving jazz club in the '50s which featured performers like Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, and re-opened in a new location last year. The walls are decked with ornate black wallpaper from Germany, but a portrait of Miss Billie still hangs at the entrance where our friends lined up to get in. There were plenty of Captain Morgan Black Spiced Rum specialty cocktails and tunes provided by local DJ E Dubble, followed by a performance from The Walkmen, who recently dropped their sixth studio album, Heaven. Fans sang along to every word during their 45-minute set on the intimate corner stage. Throughout the evening, Storyville's kitchen kept us going with their delicious mini lobster rolls. We still have one last city to visit. Will it be yours? Sign up for our mailing list to find out!

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The Walkmen Step Into The Black in Boston