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  1. Into his early 20s, Louis Prima performed on trumpet and cornet throughout New Orleans before following in the path of his idol Armstrong, and moving North for career reasons, where he appeared at the Famous Door in New York City, eventually relocating to Las Vegas where, beginning in the mid-1950s, he regularly appeared with another New Orleans musician, saxophonist Sam Butera.

  2. New Orleans likes to stay up late. The city that is the birthplace of jazz and cocktails and hosts Mardi Gras every year is no sleepy head. While music is the local language any time of the day or night, come sundown in New Orleans, opportunities to listen and dance to live music and catch cabaret shows are in every nook and cranny.

  3. 24/11/2022 · The Noel Diary. Comedy, Drama, Romance; Directed by ; Charles Shyer; Justin Hartley (“This Is Us”) is no stranger to the themes in this holiday romance, while Barrett Doss (“Station 19 ...

  4. 20/01/2022 · The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell is a co-production of Festival Productions, Inc.-New Orleans and AEG Presents. NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL. PRESENTED BY SHELL. April 29 – May 1 & May 5 – 8 . WEEKEND 1 – APRIL 29, 30 & MAY 1, 2022

  5. Sus principales figuras fueron, en una primera época, el baterista Papa Jack Laine, que se reputa como el «padre del Dixieland»; [33] el trompetista Nick La Rocca y sus Original Dixieland Jass Band; los Louisiana Five de Anton Lada; el trombonista Edward "Kid" Ory; o los "New Orleans Rhythm Kings" del cornetista Paul Mares.

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  7. 14/04/2015 · New Orleans Rhythm Kings 1922 . Photo Hogan Jazz Archive. Cornetist Paul Mares led the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, another Laine alumnus, who had worked the riverboats in 1919 before relocating to Chicago in 1920. In late 1921, the band opened at the Friar’s Inn on the North Side, where it remained for almost a year and a half.