This picture depicts the aura and feel of the 1920’s — which is also nicknamed “the jazz age”.
Approximately 500 000 African Americans moved to the northern parts of the United States in search of job opportunities. During the 1920’s, the African Americans heightened in the the music industry. The blues and Dixieland music became popular during this time.
This time was characterized by the Charleston dance, the style of music — blues and Dixieland, and the growing popularity of jazz — first in the United States, and slowly the other parts of the world.
The jazz age indubitably “roared” because this period of time introduced different styles of music and the Charleston dance — both great factors to have at a 1920’s-worthy party.