Jukeboxes

Jukeboxes

Jukeboxes: A Dance Through the Years of the Jukebox

Jukeboxes were the first thing you would notice upon entering a bar during the Prohibition Era. This revolution is an automated machine with a vast selection of music for one to play. It is operated through inserting a coin. It provided a series of letters and numbers, which the user would press in order to choose a song. In later history, restaurants and diners started including jukeboxes from speakeasies as well. The jukebox became a popular machine in every establishment, playing its music to entertain those who came by. Eager to know more about this old-time classic machine? Read about the years of the jukebox evolution below. The Origins of the Jukeboxes The jukebox can be traced from the earliest form of a listening device, the phonograph. Thomas Edison created the Edison phonograph in 1877. This was his first invention before his creation of light bulbs. It was the only …

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