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Panorama Jazz Band of New Orleans

Panorama Jazz Band of New Orleans

Here's a video from the "New Orleans Calling" gig, Mar 26, produced by the folks at WWOZ.



This is "PANORAMA JAZZ BAND - Renee" by WWOZ New Orleans on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Jul 21st 3:24am • 4 Comments

Panorama Jazz Band of New Orleans

Here's an interview with our Ben that ran on WWOZ last Saturday: http://neworleanscalling.wwoz.org/rhythm-pilgrimage/

New Orleans Calling » Rhythm Pilgrimage


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Jul 20th 9:09pm • No Comments

Panorama Jazz Band of New Orleans

Your Panorama track for July is ready - Bring us with you to the beach this Summer. This month's track is another Creole biguine from Martinique called "Les Deux Jumeaux." A singable tune + a daneable groove = a PARTY!

New Panorama track just in time for your 4th of July weekend! 


Jul 3rd 7:15pm • 1 Comment

Panorama Jazz Band of New Orleans

Your Panorama Track for June: Waltz in the Wild
The new Panorama track, the "Si O No Vals," is now available. Come and get it!

A Waltz in the Wild


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Jun 3rd 4:20pm • No Comments

Panorama Jazz Band of New Orleans

Unedited except to remove the guys name. This makes it all worthwhile:
"I’m originally from Chicago, but now I live in the Southern California desert near Palm Springs. I’ve been coming to NOLA for the last 6 years to attend both weekends of JazzFest. For some reason, this was the first year I became acquainted with the Panorama Jazz Band. I happened to catch them at The Spotted Cat one evening, and I was hooked. I bought the first album “Another Hot Night in February”, mainly because the band played a few cuts that really caught my attention: Baym Rebn in Palestina, Here Come the Philistines, and Really the Blues. I later saw the band at JazzFest at one of the smaller stages. Your musicians are all excellent! I particularly enjoy the Clarinet player, but again, all of the band members are very skilled musicians.

"Just so you know, on this recent visit to The Spotted Cat, I was with two other friends who are Turkish. Several tunes the band played that night had a “Middle Eastern” sound, and my friends totally enjoyed the Panorama Jazz Band. In fact, they bought copies of the their new CD. Keep up the great work and sound! You guys are terrific, and keep having fun playing the music you play!!"

May 31st 6:07pm • 3 Comments

Panorama Brass Band