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Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Belly Up Tavern
Dec 29 2017
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
L'Auberge Casino & Hotel Baton Rouge
Jan 20 2018
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Charismatic Trombone Shorty, is now hitting the road in support of his latest album “Say That to Say This.” The album is a classic R&B mix which is going to lay heavy on the New Orleans funk and soul scene. It is said to have a lot more maturity than his previously released records. He has matured his band both, lyrically and vocally, with inclusion of new instruments and a refined performing style. All of this has resulted in a well balanced album with songs that you will remember for a long time. The Trombone Shorty tickets are selling now, so if you wish to catch his latest music live, make sure you keep an eye on his schedule.
Trombone Shorty is the stage name of Troy Andrews, a trumpet and trombone player belonging to New Orleans. He has been a well known name in the rap, funk and jazz scene of the United States. He belongs to a family that has a strong music background. His grandfather, Jessie Hill was a songwriter and singer, while his elder brother, James Andrews is a bandleader and trumpeter as well. When he was only six, Troy started to play the trombone. He currently has his own band “Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue.”
Trombone Shorty showed his interest in music at a very young age. When he was in his teens, he was a part of the Stooges Brass Band. He recorded and played live with the band as well. He got his degree in Arts from New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. In 2005, Trombone featured as a horn player in the team of Lenny Kravitz on a world tour in collaboration with Aerosmith. After the failing of levees in New Orleans, some of the best musicians of the city had to move to Austin. Here they got together as “The New Orleans Social Club” and recorded Sing Me Back Home benefit CD. Trombone also featured in Hey Troy and You Mama’s Calling You. He also performed as “the Sixth Ward All-Star Brass Band Revue” in Where Y’At.
Trombone released “Backatown” in 2010, a record that made it to the number one spot on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart in the magazine. It remained on the spot for nine weeks. His 2011 album “For True” had the R&B scene of New Orleans on fire. It has all the energy captured in the viscous tones and his electrifying live performances to accompany. It also has guest appearances by names such as Kid Rock, Jeff Beck, The Rebirth Brass Band and Ledisi, the neo soul singer. All of them collaborated on the songs with Trombone, toning up with his dynamic lead vocals.
Trombone’s 2011 album was referred to as the groundbreaking release in the genre. In 2012, Trombone appeared for a performance in Black History Month’s “In Performance at the White House: Red White & Blues” The White House celebrations. Other singers who participated in the event include B.B. King, Susan Tedeschi and Mick Jagger. Now with the release of his latest, more mature album Say That to Say This, he is hitting the road once again to get his fans on their toes. In the coming months, he will be seen at the House of Blues in Dallas, Austin’s Stubbs BBQ – Outdoor Stage, Birmingham’s Workplay Theatre and Asheville’s The Orange Peel. These will be followed by many other performances, schedule of which have now been made available. So keep an eye on his arrival in your city and get your Trombone Shorty tickets booked today.