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Allison Miner helped found the Fest and always put musicians first

In the annals of Jazz Fest history, few have made such a lasting impact, and unless you were a part of the New Orleans music scene in the 1970’s and 80’s, you may never have heard the name… 335 more words

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Tuba players key to NOLA music and the next Gumbo YaYa

I doubt the Census Bureau can tell us where we might find the highest concentration of tuba players, but if it could, I’d guess that New Orleans would be near the top. 523 more words

Rebirth Brass Band

Friday, January 9th

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Rebirth Brass Band, “A. P. Tureaud,” live, New Orleans

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Revolution Social Aid and Pleasure Club Second Line Parade, 2012… 14 more words

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Music fans must tolerate occasional misfires

Like players preparing for the big game, Bob and I were ready to boogie to Rebirth Brass Band last night.  Even though we long ago qualified for our AARP memberships, we decided to pass on the 7 p.m. 379 more words

Brass Bands Make You Move Your Body

Sorry if you missed my interview of Rebirth Brass Band founder and sousaphone player Phil Frazier on the November 3 Gumbo YaYa show. Rebirth comes out to the Northwest next week, playing in Seattle on November 13 and Portland on November 14. 852 more words

New Orleans Performers

Focus on Tradition and Youth Ignites a Musical Rebirth

It’s not every retirement that results in a musical revitalization. But that’s what happened when veteran jazz performers Danny and Blue Lu Barker returned to New Orleans in 1965. 777 more words

New Orleans Performers