The Jack Brass Band: The History of New Orleans
A Musical History of the New Orleans Brass Band
The Jack Brass Band brings the Big Easy to Minnesota with a special concert spanning the rich history of the New Orleans' brass band culture. With accompanying narration, this show takes you on a musical journey to the origins of the iconic brass band sound, a fusion of African folk music and European military bands. From Congo Square to marching bands to funerals and parades, the brass band has been a cultural staple of New Orleans for over a hundred years, providing the foundation from which jazz arose. Come experience the infectious rhythms, blaring horns and freewheeling spirit of this American art form.
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The last date listed for The Jack Brass Band: The History of New Orleans was Friday February 28, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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