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Record-shaped plaques honoring famous Jazz artists who recorded at Gennett Records over its decades of operation. The path leads to the Starr Gennett Building, the original location of Gennett Records.

Photo by: David Zumbach | All Rights Reserved

Gennett Records, an offshoot of the Starr Piano Company of Richmond, Indiana, recorded many of the jazz greats in the late 1910s and 1920s. The Gennett Records Walk of Fame was created in 2007 and celebrates more than 30 of the label’s famous musicians with a record-shaped mosaic medallion and plaque.

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