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About New Orleans Jazz Ramblers

Bring the authentic sounds of the Big Easy to your next event with the renowned New Orleans Jazz Ramblers!

Most of the New Orleans Jazz Ramblers are famous in the Crescent City for their musicianship and performance history. Band leader Stephen Foster, a noted music educator, has played around the world and performed with numerous jazz legends, including Duke Ellington. Rasheed Akbar, "The Ambassador of Decatur Street," has also played world-wide but may be best known to millions as the sax player outside the Cafe du Monde. Brian "Breeze" Cayolle toured the world with Allen Toussaint, Marva Wright, Elvis Costello, and many others. The list could go on and on.

After living in Memphis briefly after Hurricane Katrina, many of the Jazz Ramblers have moved back to New Orleans. The band can range from 4 to 16 pieces, depending on your event and budget. They can parade into your party and perform as strolling musicians, as well as take a stage and play before any size crowd. Their irresistible rhythms and spicy jazz will put smiles on faces and bodies on the dance floor all night!

Bring real Big Easy funk to your next event, and book the New Orleans Jazz Ramblers today.

Top Reviews for New Orleans Jazz Ramblers

"The New Orleans Jazz Ramblers did a fantastic job not only making our wedding a memorable event but stirring an interest of New Orleans jazz in others who hadn't heard it before. Friends and family are still talking about how great the band was. My wife and I look forward to hearing them again in the future!" -- Chap W.

"This band is the real deal." -- Brian S.

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