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Booker T. Washington

It isn’t surprising which the loose-knit Crazy Tchoupitoulas aggregation of New Orleans could have an musician of the name amidst its gumbo container of performers. This Booker T. Washington shouldn’t be baffled with either the Kansas Town jazz brassman, the Chicago drummer, or the Delta blues maestro who utilized the …

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Harry Simoneaux

Harry Simoneaux was a saxophonist in the Riff Raffs, a Lafayette, LA group that played New Orleans-styled rock and roll and R&B in the past due 1950s and early 1960s. Many of the music artists in the group documented as solo performers for the Memory label, including Simoneaux, vocalist Bobby …

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Beth McKee

Beth McKee is a singer and songwriter who comes from Jackson, Mississippi, but was raised all around the American South. She takes on piano, body organ, and accordion aswell. Her music can be deeply affected by and steeped in the region’s wealthy musical history from blues and R&B to Cajun, …

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Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews

Trombone Shorty may be the best-known moniker for Troy Andrews. He was created right into a well-known New Orleans musical family members in 1986. His grandfather, Jessie Hill, was a locally well-known R&B documenting artist. His old sibling, Wayne “12” Andrews, was an effective jazz trumpeter who was simply also …

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Zydeco A-Go-Go

From the center of Philadelphia, PA, this all-star lineup has a colorful band of personnel with decades of encounter. Bandleader Pete Eshelman can be presented on accordion and vocals and he offers performed piano with such performers as Bo Diddley, Sleepy LaBeef, and New Orleans’ very own Charles “Honeyboy” Otis. …

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John Vincent

As owner of and maker for Ace Information, John Vincent played a significant component in the primary many years of New Orleans R&B in the past due ’50s, dealing with Huey Smith, Frankie Ford, Jimmy Clanton, as well as others. Given birth to John Vincent Imbragulio, he experienced the music …

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The Hawks

This wasn’t the Canadian band who became the Music group; the original people of the Hollygrove-New Orleans gospel quartet known as the Hawks — Albert Veal, John Henry Morris, Paul Exhano, and Sam Tophia — started their profession by contacting themselves the Humming Four and had been all part of …

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Bobby Page & the Riff Raffs

The Riff Raffs were an organization from Lafayette, LA, that played New Orleans-styled rock and R&B in the past due ’50s and early ’60s. Many of the music artists in the group documented as solo performers for the Ram memory label, including vocalist Bobby Page, vocalist/pianist Roy Perkins, tenor saxophonist …

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The Stokes

The Stokes were an outfit formed by Allen Toussaint while he is at the army. The group, created at Fort Hood, documented a small number of tunes for Joe Banashak’s Quick Records label, mainly as demos, including “Poor Boy SURELY GOT TO Move,” which presented Toussaint on vocals, a genuine …

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Scatman Patin & the Ram Rods

Scatman Patin was tenor saxophonist in the Riff Raffs, a Lafayette, LA group that played New Orleans-styled rock and roll and R&B in the past due 1950s and early 1960s. Many of the music artists in the group documented as solo performers for the Ram memory label, including Patin, vocalist …

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