The Loew's Kings Theater, on Flatbush Ave. in Brooklyn, which opened in 1929, was one of five Loew's Wonder Theaters. After being closed for many years, the Kings Theater will open again on January 27 after being gloriously restored to it's original splendor. Click through for the New York Post's story about it.
The Louisiana Rhythm Kings - That Da-Da Strain (1929) Members of the orchestra : Red Nichols - cornet, arranger Glenn Miller - trombone, arranger Dudley Fosdick - mel Fud Livingston - clarinet, tenor sax Arthur Schutt - piano Vic Berton - drums
The King's Theater was a premier location for musical performances of the time. Before the Victorian Age, British composers often had difficulty getting to have work performed there as there were conventions that needed to be followed but those conventions began to be cast aside as creativity opened up.