Treme Prince

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New Orleans trombonist/vocalist Glen David Andrews –  cousin of Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews – brought a tasty musical gumbo of funk, soul, gospel and rock to Harlow’s Nightclub tonight in midtown Sacramento.

Mr. Andrews alternately sang, growled, scatted, and whistled his way through a set that included NOLA classics from “Down in the Treme” to “Iko, Iko” and “St. James Infirmary” to an appreciative, if sparse, Wednesday night crowd.

Mr. Andrews also dipped into his critically acclaimed 2014 “Redemption” release that Nate Chinen of The New York Times described as “his testimony in a range of emotional colors — from the broken humility of a supplicant to the hard-bitten pride of a survivor…As that title suggests, it’s an album about his dedication to the righteous path after a long season in darkness.”

Photo copyright Ken Hunt and Whole Earth
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