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The Club is a music venue located at Oxford Street , London, England, which has been hosting live music since 24 October It was originally called the Feldman Swing Club , but changed its name when the father of the current owner took over in The club's clientele included American GIs, who introduced jitterbug to the club, banned at most other music venues. Bebop as well as swing was featured.
British musicians such as Ronnie Scott and Johnny Dankworth performed there. The club was eventually taken over by Humphrey Lyttelton 's manager and, during that period, Louis Armstrong appeared at the venue.
Following involvement in the Trad boom, and the UK beat scene Karakorum played there in with drummer Martin Chambers, who later played with the Pretenders , and rhythm and blues , the club became associated with Punk rock.
In September , the Club played host to the first international punk festival , an event which helped to push the then new punk rock movement from the underground into the mainstream. Several live albums were recorded at the club, including one by the Sex Pistols. On 31 May , The Rolling Stones played an unannounced show there as a warm-up for their European tour, and returned again on 23 February to play a tribute show for their recently deceased pianist Ian Stewart , a concert that was their only live performance between and Other nights would see a range of jazz, rhythm-and-blues and soul groups on the stage, including a "duel" between tenor saxophonists Teddy Edwards and Dick Morrissey in the s.
The 6t's had their 31st anniversary event on 18 September The decor remains unchanged since the s, although punk bands no longer appear there regularly. Instead there is a busy programme often booked up many months in advance. Occasionally, big-name touring bands will play "secret" or low-key unadvertised gigs there, relying on word of mouth to fill the capacity space.