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Original Pinettes Brass Band
ORIGINAL PINETTES BRASS BAND appearing in 12 shows and/or playlists

ORIGINAL PINETTES BRASS BAND

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH ORIGINAL PINETTES BRASS BAND

FROM THE SHOW: MUSIC AND WORDS OF WISDOM: A CORONA STRAY FROM HOME COMPANION, VOL. 3

From the show "Music and Words of Wisdom: A Corona Stray From Home Companion, Vol. 3" originally aired on June 10th, 2020

FROM THE SHOW: SOUL SISTERS

From the show "Soul Sisters" originally aired on January 22nd, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: SOUL SISTERS

From the show "Soul Sisters" originally aired on February 24th, 2016

MUSIC AND WORDS OF WISDOM: A CORONA STRAY FROM HOME COMPANION, VOL. 3

We walk the line of isolation and go outside carefully with music and words of wisdom for contemplation, comfort and hope. It's a Corona Stray from Home Companion, in conversations with a few of our favorite artists including Tejano accordionist Flaco Jimenez and the late Ray Charles -- both speaking of their families' role in helping them emerge as great musical citizens. We harken to the creative wisdom of jazz, locally and globally, with the late pianist Dave Brubeck whose travels abroad as a soldier and later with Louis Armstrong lead him to "Take Five" and other worldly sounds. And we take to the streets with New Orleans Original Pinettes Brass Band, the first such women's jazz ensemble today. Plus: music from Bob Dylan, Nina Simone and John Prine.

SOUL SISTERS

We talk to three soul singers from the formative era of the mid 1950s through Motown of the late 60s, and an all-female New Orleans brass band. Justine "Baby" Washington talks about growing up in Harlem and her hits such as "That's How Heartaches Are Made." Maxine Brown started as teenager in NYC singing with gospel groups. By 1960 she penned the hit, "All in My Mind," and would later have hits with "Oh No Not My Baby" and a duet with Chuck Jackson on "Something You Got." Chris Clark is a rare white soul singer who recorded for Detroit's Motown Records. Finally, the Original Pinettes Brass Band is a young, ten-member, all-women's New Orleans jazz band who have received major recognition in a field dominated by men.

SOUL SISTERS

We talk to three soul singers from the formative era of the mid-1950s through Motown of the late '60s, and an all-female New Orleans brass band. Justine "Baby" Washington talks about growing up in Harlem and her hits such as "That's How Heartaches Are Made." Maxine Brown started as teenager in NYC singing with gospel groups. By 1960, she penned the hit, "All in My Mind," and would later have hits with "Oh No Not My Baby" and a duet with Chuck Jackson on "Something You Got." Chris Clark is a rare white soul singer who recorded for Detroit's Motown Records. Finally, the Original Pinettes Brass Band is a young, ten-member, all-women's New Orleans jazz band who have received major recognition in a field dominated by men.

SOUL SISTERS

We talk to three soul singers from the formative era of the mid-1950s through Motown of the late-60s and an all-female New Orleans brass band. Justine "Baby" Washington talks about growing up in Harlem and her hits "The Times," "Nobody Cares," and "That's How Heartaches Are Made." Maxine Brown started as teenager in NYC singing with gospel groups. By 1960 she penned the hit, "All in My Mind," and would later have hits with "Oh No Not My Baby" and a duet with Chuck Jackson on "Something You Got." Chris Clark is a rare white soul singer who recorded for Detroit's Motown Records. She became known as the "White Negress" in England where she toured with fellow Motown artists. The Original Pinettes Brass Band is a young, ten-member, all-women's New Orleans jazz band who have received major recognition in a field dominated by men.

SOUL SISTERS

This week, American Routes talks to three soul singers from the formative era of the mid-1950s through Motown of the late '60s, and an all-female New Orleans brass band. Justine "Baby" Washington talks about growing up in Harlem and her hits "The Times," "Nobody Cares," and "That's How Heartaches Are Made." Maxine Brown started as teenager in NYC singing with gospel groups. By 1960 she penned the hit, "All in My Mind," and would later have hits with "Oh No Not My Baby" and a duet with Chuck Jackson on "Something You Got." Chris Clark is a rare white soul singer who recorded for Detroit's Motown Records. She became known as the "White Negress" in England where she toured with fellow Motown artists. The Original Pinettes Brass Band is a young, ten-member, all-women's New Orleans jazz band that has achieved hard-won respect in a field dominated by men.

FROM THE SHOW: MUSIC AND WORDS OF WISDOM: A CORONA STRAY FROM HOME COMPANION, VOL. 3

From the show "Music and Words of Wisdom: A Corona Stray From Home Companion, Vol. 3" originally aired on June 10th, 2020

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY LIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS

From the show "Labor Day Live from New Orleans" originally aired on August 28th, 2019

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY LIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS

From the show "Labor Day Live from New Orleans" originally aired on August 28th, 2019

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY LIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS

From the show "Labor Day Live from New Orleans" originally aired on August 28th, 2019