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Courtesy of Jerry Moran
July 18, 2012 The Swedish singer, who's lived in New Orleans for three decades, returns with a new blues album.
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Kirk Joseph of Dirty Dozen Brass Band on sousaphone.
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April 26, 2011 Many things make New Orleans a one-of-a-kind music town, but one is the tuba, the monstrous brass instrument worn like a python squeezing its victim.
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