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Burgundy Street Blues

Boilermaker Jazz Band

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The most notable part about the Boilermaker Jazz Band is that its frontline consists of three brothers: trumpeter Andrew, trombonist Jay and clarinetist Paul Cosentino. Together with a four-piece rhythm section they perform a wide ranging repertoire of New Orleans jazz with an emphasis on obscurities. The musicianship is passable but far from virtuosic; however the spirit of classic jazz is definitely present. Highlights include "Climax Rag," "Boilermaker Strut," "Boogalusa Strut" and "Rip Em Up Joe."

Biografía

Se formó en: 1988 en Pittsburgh, PA

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

The word "Boilermaker" dates back to the early 20th century when it was used to describe either a handsome, virile ladies' man or any species of potent, alcoholic liquor. The term has since been commonly associated with a bartender's concoction created by dropping a shot glass filled with whiskey into a mug of beer. (A particularly devilish variation upon this recipe is the Irish Car Bomb: a mingled shot of Bailey's and Bushmill's tossed into a pint of Guinness). While the possibility exists that...
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