2003 New Orleans


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The Eureka Brass Band

2003 Poster
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The Eureka Brass Band, a leading brass band in New Orleans for
55 years 1920-1975), featured among its 11 members many notable
New Orleans players including a cornet player and sometime
leader named "Sweet Lips Willie" Pajaud. In 1970 the band, minus
Willie Pajaud who passed on in 1960, played the first New Orleans
Jazz & Heritage Festival with Mahalia Jackson second lining joyously
in front. His son, Bill, was born five years after the band was
formed and grew up with it. Today Bill Pajaud is considered one
of the foremost artists of his generation, recognized for masterfully
preserving the spiritual essence of the New Orleans brass band
tradition and its part in the life cycle of New Orleanians.

2,500 numbered prints, 33" x 24"
750 artist signed & numbered prints on archival paper, 33" x 24"

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