Charlie’s Place could soon be brought back to life with federal funding meant to reconstruct the area.
Thousands of people from all over the country headed to Myrtle Beach this weekend for the second annual Jazz Festival.
“Charlie’s Place” was owned and operated by Mr. Charlie Fitzgerald, who is legendary for helping to keep music alive in his supper club on Carver Street.
Dozens of people showed up to Charlie’s Place to pick up branches and trash, mow, rake, and support one another.
Plans are in the works to bring the Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival back – but they are making changes to make it bigger and better.
The sounds of melodic jazz rang out on Carver Street Saturday as crowds ate, laughed, listened and shopped.