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Instruments
  
Trombone

Name
  
Lucien Barbarin


Role
  
Trombone player

Genres
  
Jazz

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Born
  
July 17, 1956 (age 67) New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. (
1956-07-17
)

Music group
  
Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Albums
  
Sweet Emma and Her Pres, St Peter & 57th St, New Orleans Preservat, An Album to Benefit Preservat, Marching Down Bourbon

Similar People
  
Leroy Jones, Mark Braud, Shannon Powell, Wendell Brunious, Michael White

Profiles

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Lucien Barbarin (born July 17, 1956 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American trombone player. Barbarin tours internationally with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and with Harry Connick Jr.

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He made his debut at age six, playing drums in the Onward Brass Band, with his great-uncle Paul Barbarin [1], and has played with: Harry Connick Jr., Dr. Michael White, Wynton Marsalis, Dianne Reeves, Doc Cheatham, Lionel Hampton.

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While in New Orleans he performs locally and helps raise his five children. Comment from Barbarin, after Hurricane Katrina in 2005: "I'm not running from New Orleans," said Lucien Barbarin, who suffered severe damage to his home. "I'm going to stay because I was born and raised there and I'm going to pass away there. We name drinks after hurricanes. We should be used to this."

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Harry Connick, Jr. with LUCIEN BARBARIN at the Hollywood Bowl (9/9/2018)


Discography

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  • It's Good to be Home, independent, 2007
  • Little Becomes Much: Jazz at the Palm Court Vol. 3, Lucien Barbarin & the Palm Court Swingsters, G.H.B. Records, 2000
  • Trombone Tradition, Lucien Barbarin with Henry Chaix Trio, Jazz Connaisseur, 1989

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    Barbarin also appears as a sideman on:

  • 2008 What a Night! A Christmas Album – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2007 Oh, My NOLA – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2007 Chanson du Vieux Carré : Connick On Piano, Volume 3 – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2004 Unforgivable Blackness – Wynton Marsalis
  • 2004 Dancing In The Sky – Dr. Michael White
  • 2003 The Marsalis Family: A Jazz Celebration – The Marsalis Family
  • 2003 Shake That Thing – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
  • 2003 Harry for the Holidays – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2002 Jazz From the Soul of New Orleans – Dr. Michael White
  • 2002 My One and Only Love – Topsy Chapman And The Pro's
  • 2001 Songs I Heard – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2000 Song for George Lewis – Dr. Michael White
  • 1999 Mr. Jelly Lord – Wynton Marsalis
  • 1999 Come By Me – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 1997 Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton – Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton
  • 1995 Star Turtle – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 1994 Mo' Cream from the Crop – Leroy Jones
  • 1993 When My Heart Finds Christmas – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 1992 World on a String – Kermit Ruffins
  • 1991 Blue Light, Red Light – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 1976 Hurricane Jazz Band – Hurricane Jazz Band
  • Filmography

  • 2011 Harry Connick Jr. – In Concert On Broadway (DVD) – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2011 Tradition is a Temple
  • 2004 Only You: In Concert (PBS) – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2003 Harry for the Holidays (NBC) – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 2003 The Marsalis Family: A Jazz Celebration (PBS) – The Marsalis Family
  • 2000 Armstrong—When the Saints Go Marching In (PBS) – Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and special guests
  • 1994 The Harry Connick Jr. Christmas Special (video) – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 1993 The Harry Connick Jr. Christmas Special (CBS) – Harry Connick Jr.
  • 1993 The New York Big Band Concert (Video) – Harry Connick Jr.
  • References

    Lucien Barbarin Wikipedia


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