Onward Brass Band

The Onward Brass Band was the name of two brass bands active in New Orleans for extended periods of time.

Read more about Onward Brass Band:  Onward Brass Band (c. 1886–1930), Onward Brass Band (1960–2011), Short History, Discography

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Onward Brass Band - Discography
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Louis Cottrell, Jr. - Discography - Other Appearances
1951 Paul Barbarin His New Orleans Band — In Concert 1955 ... Paul Barbarin His New Orleans Jazz Band — The Atlantic New Orleans Sessions Mosaic 1960 Peter Bocage w ... Living Legends Peter Bocage Riverside 1961 Jim Robinson And His New Orleans Band — New Orleans The Living Legends Jim Robinson Riverside 1961 Jim Robinson New Orleans Band — New Orleans The Living Legends Jim ...
Louis Cottrell, Jr. - Biography
... found work on the riverboat SS Island Queen with Lawrence Marrero's Young Tuxedo Brass Band and Sidney Desvigne ... Barbarin and Cottrell in 1960 revived the Onward Brass Band ... Howard (1964), Waldren Joseph (1964–1965), Barbarin's Onward Brass Band (1968, 1968) and Paul "Polo" Barnes (1969) ...

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