No regards to the Olympia Orchestra (Freddie Keppard’s music group of 1906-1914), the Olympia Brass Music group was founded in 1958 by altoist Harold Dejan. Even though the group (which frequently performed at parades and celebrations) always got plenty of nature, its so-so musicianship led to some extremely erratic music, using the ensembles frequently becoming out of tune. Generally the music group contains three trumpets, two trombones, two saxes, clarinet, tuba or sousaphone, snare drum, and bass drum. Among its even more notable members had been trumpeters Andy Anderson and Child Sheik Colar, Emanuel Paul on tenor, and Alan Jaffe (from the Preservation Hall Jazz Music group) on sousaphone. The Olympia Brass Music group documented albums for Mono in 1962; New Orleans Anthology in 1965; and Nola, MPS, and 77 in 1968. In to the ’70s and beyond, the group documented for such brands as Audiophile, VPS, OBB, the Dutch Beerendonk label, Mardi Gras, BBS, Maison Spirit, Rose, Rounder, and Pro Jazz. The music group became less mixed up in 1990s.