Riverside, IA (March 10, 2018)

Trombone Shorty is the best-known moniker for Troy Andrews. He was born into a well-known New Orleans.” “Andrews became a member of the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts’ (NOCCA) musical education program for high school students; other graduates included Harry Connick, Jr., Nicholas Payton, and Wynton and Branford Marsalis.”

In 2017, Andrews signed with Blue Note Records and delivered the album Parking Lot Symphony, featuring the single “Here Come the Girls.” Produced by Chris Seefried (Fitz & the Tantrums, Haley Reinhart, Andra Day), the album also included covers of songs by New Orleans legends Allen Toussaint and the Meters. All Music

Band

Pete Murano: Guitar,  Dan Oestreicher, and BK Jackson: Sax,

Joey Peebles: drums, Mike-Bass-Baily: Bass Guitar

Joey Peebles 

Drummer Photographer

 

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