from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An association for the practice of music.


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  • Johnny's music-club grew to be a spell to quiet wild beasts.

    The Courage of the Commonplace Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews 1898

  • Let the first word on Joe Shanahan, owner of the Metro/Smart Bar music-club complex, come not from Billy Corgan, the singer/songwriter/guitarist who, as the leader of the - 2009

  • And when election-time approached and it came to talking real politics, and the girl you had counted on all winter to swing her wing of the third floor in Browning Hall for your candidate would suddenly remember in the midst of a businesslike talk on candidates and things that you had cut two dances with her at the prom, and you couldn't explain that you simply had to do it because you had to keep your stand-in with a girl on the first floor who had the music-club vote in her pocket-book -- well, I may get out over Niagara

    At Good Old Siwash George Fitch 1896


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