b. 16 January 1886, Thibodaux, Louisiana, USA, d. 1939, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Citizen in New Orleans in the last many years of the nineteenth hundred years, violinist and drummer Robichaux produced a dance orchestra in 1893 and thereafter frequently led a music group until his loss of life. He caused many observed New Orleans music artists including Lorenzo Tio and Manuel Perez. Although he was energetic during the delivery and early advancement of jazz, Robichaux mainly, aside from this musical development, concentrated rather on offering dance music for the wider viewers of your day. His nephews consist of Joseph Robichaux and John Robichaux, a drummer, who done in to the 70s.