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Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue Bring Big Brass Sounds to Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center

by Madonna

Orlando is set to resonate with the vibrant and unmistakable sounds of Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue as they take center stage at the Dr. Phillips Center this week.

Hailing from the lively musical city of New Orleans, Louisiana, Trombone Shorty, born Troy Andrews, has left an indelible mark on the music industry. Collaborating with some of the biggest names including Lenny Kravitz, Mark Ronson, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Pharrell, his distinctive trombone artistry has become synonymous with energetic, genre-defying performances.

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Trombone Shorty’s musical journey reaches a pinnacle with his latest album, “Lifted,” released last year. The album serves as a kaleidoscopic reflection of life’s intricate emotions, capturing the essence of regret, loss, and other bittersweet feelings. At its core, the trombone takes center stage, weaving a tapestry of funky and melodic rhythms that transport listeners to the streets of New Orleans, offering a glimpse into the artist’s childhood.

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In a poignant tribute to his late mother, Trombone Shorty shared, “I owe all that to my mother. She passed recently, but she continued to inspire me right up until she transitioned, and that’s why I put a picture of her holding me up at a second line on the cover of this album.”

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Known for their electrifying and unapologetically bold performances, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue create an experience that is both unforgettable and rare. While their music typically echoes through the jazz-filled streets of the French Quarter, Orlando audiences are in for a treat as they get to revel in the infectious joy and dynamic sounds of Trombone Shorty live at the Dr. Phillips Center.

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