Joseph Robichaux, who had an extended career, is perhaps most obviously for leading his New Orleans Tempo Kids during five saving classes (Aug. 22-26, 1933), which led to 22 choices plus two alternative requires. The three-horn, four-rhythm music group was explosive and totally out of personality for the normal soothing music from the period. The nephew of early New Orleans bandleader John Robichaux, he started playing piano when he was quite youthful, and he went to New Orleans College or university. Robichaux worked well for nine weeks using the O.J. Beatty Carnival. He 1st visited Chicago with trumpeter Tig Chambers’ music group in 1918, although he didn’t stay long. Back New Orleans, Robichaux caused Oscar Celestin, Earl Humphrey, Lee Collins, the Dark Eagles (1922-23) and documented with (and organized for) the Jones-Collins Astoria Eight in 1929. Robichaux, who supported singer Christina Grey on several game titles within a 1929 documenting session, produced his own music group in 1931. Uncovered by a skill scout in 1933, the group (which also included trumpeter Eugene Ware, Alfred Guichard on clarinet and alto, Gene Porter on tenor as well as the generating drumming of Ward Crosby) ventured to NY for the marathon documenting sessions. Because of problems with the neighborhood union (which avoided them from employed in night clubs), Robichaux and his music group returned home immediately after the recordings. The group extended to 14 parts through the 1930s (among their sidemen was the youthful altoist Earl Bostic, who added an agreement for “I WANT TO Off Uptown” that he’d afterwards duplicate for Gene Krupa) plus they toured Cuba. The orchestra documented for Decca in 1936 however the four choices were never released. The big music group dissolved in 1939 and Robichaux became a single pianist, mainly playing in New Orleans. He previously many opportunities to be always a sideman on R&B documenting sessions in the first ’50s and he followed Lizzie Mls in California. Robichaux’s last years had been spent because the pianist for George Lewis’ Orchestra (1957-64) and in New Orleans, where he documented with Peter Bocage (1962) and performed at Preservation Hall. He passed away of a coronary attack at age group 64.