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Preservation Hall comes to New York City

A selection of the best in jazz music.

The ‘traditional’ jazz of America is being kept alive by bands like the Preservation Hall Jazz Band plus they are ensuring that the music they are playing now will live on with younger musicians. The concert at Carnegie Hall in January was beneficial to the Preservation Hall Outreach Programme. Also in tonight’s show there is an example of Charlie Parker with strings in the early fifties presented by Norman Granz. There’s some scat singing from Frank Holder who was singing with big names in the fifties and is still singing sixty years plus later. There is also Louis Armstrong and the All Stars, Pete Allen and Cannonball Adderley plus a few more through the show.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Bruce Adams


  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band

    Bourbon Street Parade

  • Charlie Parker

    Stella By Starlight

  • Nancy Wilson

    All Night Long

  • Gary Potter

    Swing 41

  • Alan Barnes

    9.20 Special

  • Antique Six Jazz Band

    At The Jazz Band Ball

  • Frank Holder

    Oo Pa Pa Da

  • The Mastersounds

    I've Never Been In Love Before/Don't Blame Me

  • Sonny Criss


  • Louis Armstrong

    Loveless Love

  • John Dankworth

    Oo Be Doop

  • Nicki Allan

    You Go To My Head

  • Pete Allen

    West End Blues

  • Peter King

    In A Monochrome

  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band

    Tain't Nobody's Business

  • Cannonball Adderley