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Bonerama

Rock-oriented Brand-new Orleans brass band Bonerama had been shaped by trombonists Mark Mullins and Craig Klein, both of whom have been associates of Harry Connick’s band since 1990. Mullins attained a every week residency at the brand new Orleans nightclub Tipitina’s in the summertime of 1998 and transformed it right …

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Blue Lu Barker

Vocalist Blue Lu Barker was created, raised, and buried in New Orleans; her funeral also turned into a favorite video transmit spotlighting the town’s jazz funeral customs. Like many early Louisiana executing artists, promises to her paralyzing impact over the whole country’s jazz and blues moments tend to be produced …

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Los Hombres Calientes: Irving Mayfield & Bill Summers

THE BRAND NEW Orleans-based jazz group called Los Hombres Calientes comprises of such brilliant members as trumpeter Irvin Mayfield, drummer Jason Marsalis, and longtime percussionist Expenses Summers, who spent some time working with artists just like the Headhunters, Quincy Jones, and Stevie Wonder. Others detailed in the credits for Los …

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Big Tymers

THE BEST Tymers, made up of Money Money Information co-founder Brian “Baby” Williams and in-house production workhorse Mannie Fresh, were a staple from the label, appearing as featured guests of all from the label’s album produces and releasing several albums of their own, including a few — I ACQUIRED That …

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Raymond Anthony Myles

Much like Al Green, Raymond Anthony Myles was an R&B-influenced gospel singer who arrived of the wealthy Brand-new Orleans music scene. Myles would did well being a secular R&B musician if he previously chosen to move that path, but, rather, he trapped to Christian music. The vocalist was just 12 …

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