New Orleans Brass Band Music - Memories of the Fairview & Hurricane Band 2010. Wendell Brunious, Leroy Jones, Leon "Kid Chocolate" Brown & Andrew Baham). Kermit Ruffins & Irvin Mayfield 2017. Putumayo Presents New Orleans Party 2010. Bourbon Street Parade. Mo' Cream From the Crop 1994. After graduating, he formed the Hurricane Brass Band, which along with the Fairview Band provided talent for the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. He toured Canada with Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson and joined Della Reese, leading to international concert tours that eventually resulted in Jones performing in Southeast Asia for a three-year stretch. Recruited by Harry Connick, Jr. for his big band, Jones was Connick's opening act during his 1994 tour. He finally debuted to critical acclaim as a leader in 1995 with his CD Mo' Cream From the Crop.
New Orleans Brass Band Music: Memories of the Fairview & Hurricane Band.
Leroy Jones (born February 20, 1958) is a jazz trumpeter from New Orleans, Louisiana. Jones began playing trumpet at the age of ten, and by the time he was 12 was leading the Fairview Baptist Church Marching Band, a group of young musicians organized by guitar- and banjo-player Danny Barker. When the musicians' union forced Barker to disband the group in 1974, Jones became a union musician and took over the running of the group, renamed the Hurricane Brass Band, himself
album: New Orleans Brass Band Music - Memories Of The Fairview & Hurricane Band. Leroy Vinnegar, Philly Joe Jones, Serge Chaloff - The Goof and I. album: Best Jazz Players. Jeter Jones - Get It in & Turn It Loose. album: Sweet Jones Leroy's Chicken Shack. Alan Jones - Dedication. album: The Leroy Vinnegar Suite. Alan Jones - The Walker Reprise. The Campbells - The Ballad of Lucy Jones and Leroy Brown. album: The Ebb and Flow of the Up and Down. I'm Talkin' Bout New Orleans.
Artists L Leroy Jones New Orleans jazz ascona 2001. New Orleans Brass Band Music - Memories Of The Fairview & Hurricane BandLeroy Jones. Props For PopsLeroy Jones.
2012 BRASS BAND BATTLE with Regeneration Of New Orleans Brass Band and Ceux Qui Marchent Debout. ReGeneration of New Orleans Brass Band.
New Orleans has been known for its brass bands since the early nineteenth century. The Eureka was formed in the 1920s, and as the years passed it attracted the city's best musicians. In this 1958 recording, the band plays funeral songs, classic New Orleans brass band tunes, hymns, and a stunning ragtime march. 101. Panama - Eureka in Rehearsal. The Eureka Brass Band. 103. Just a Little While to Stay Here. 201. Lord, Lord, Lord.