A memorable moment in the relations between the United States and Czech Republic occurred in 1994 when then U.S. President Bill Clinton visited the country and took in the music at the Reduta Jazz Club. Havel presented Clinton with a saxophone and then our former president jammed with the band for a few songs. Sadly, Havel passed away two days ago after a brilliant life as a politician and a writer.
The Reduta Jazz Club in Prague still proudly proclaims the home of this fabled meeting with pictures of this historic night in front of their establishment. Oddly enough, Europeans have embraced jazz more than mainstream Americans have, so when traveling overseas in Europe it is a must adventure to check out the jazz scene in any European city. The Reduta Jazz Club is an outstanding place to start in Prague.
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