Nick Spitzer of NPR’s American Routes recently talked with Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews about growing up learning to play music in New Orleans, how his style has evolved, and his work with Trombone Shorty Foundation & Trombone Shorty Music Academy as well as our annual fundraising event, Shorty Fest. Click HERE to listen….
Vibe: Trombone Shorty Represents For The Soul Of Nola On New Song, “No Good Time” http://www.vibe.com/2017/04/trombone-shorty-no-good-time-tour-dates/
NOLA Defender: Trombone Shorty Drops New Single http://www.noladefender.com/content/trombone-shorty-drops-new-single-%E2%80%98no-good-time%E2%80%99
Nonprofits leverage Jazz Fest to earn money to sustain missions Nonprofits leverage Jazz Fest to earn money to sustain missions
Acura Support Jazz Fest, Music Education in New Orleans https://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/299896/acura-supports-jazz-fest-music-education-in-nola.html
. The Trombone Shorty Foundation proudly announces that its flagship music education program, the Trombone Shorty Academy, has now taken residence at the George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center, the education and community facility of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, the nonprofit that owns the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival […]
March 2016 The Advocate – Shorty Fest Click here for full article.
March 2016 Forbes- Trombone Shorty closes out JF & celebrates Shorty Fest Click here for full article.
March 2016 Live for Live Music – Book Review Click here for full review.
January 2016 PBS – Trombone Shorty Returns to the White House Click here for video.
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