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In concert with Los Hombres Calientes - 2004
New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival - 2003
At PASIC 2004 in Nashville
Tom Spicer, a great bassist that I went to school with at Berklee College of music with his invention, the KalimBass! Click here
to see his web site!
Adam Nussbaum & I at the Johannesburg Jazz Festival in South Africa, 2003. I was on tour with Donald Harrison Jr.!
Donald Harrison Jr. during our South African tour
in 2003, one of my all time favorite alto saxophone
players and a true brother from New Orleans!
Daryl Ivy (pianist), Chulo Gatewood (bassist), and me in Istanbul with B. J. Crosby in January, 2007.
One of my New Orleans drumming peers, Johnny Vidacovitch, and me before his gig at the Maple Leaf in New Orleans, 2008.
Bobby Commodore & myself at The Dakota, a great
Jazz Club in Minneapolis
Me with the John Scofield band in Tokyo, 1986, along with Gary Grainger on bass.
Victor Lewis, one of my favorite drummers and a good friend, and myself in New York City during the late 80's.
B.J. Crosby, a wonderful singer, actress from New Orleans and one of my oldest friends while on tour in Istanbul, Turkey, 2007.
Othello Molineaux, the greatest steel pan player I've ever heard, originally from Trinidad. He and Jaco met when Jaco was around 17.
The great Pat Metheny, who Jaco played and recorded with, particularly the CD "Bright Size Life", along with Bob Moses on drums.
Marcus Miller sitting in on the electric bass.
Victor Bailey playing a couple of songs on electric bass.
Don Alias, one of the greatest American percussionists and a long time friend of Jaco's.
Yours truly playing some of Jaco's arrangements.
Dr. John, myself, and Richard Peck in New York City, 1984.
Charles Neville and Harry Connick Jr. on a gig with me in New York City, 1984.
Yossi Fine (Bass), me, and Delmar Brown (vocals, keyboards, bandleader) on tour in Italy with Bushrock, 1985.
Me on New Years Eve at the club QJazz in Istanbul, 2007.
On tour in Canada with Los Hombres Calientes, 2003. From left to right - Me, Leon "Kid Chocolate" Brown (trumpet), Victor Atkins (piano), and Edwin Livingston (bass).
Dave Bergeron and the great Gil Evans at Gil's weekly Monday night gig at the club, Sweet Basil's in New York City, 1995.
Earl Turbinton, one of New Orleans finest alto saxophonists, who died in 2007, along with percussionist Mark Sanders.
The gourgeous Pinar Nacef, manager of the club QJazz in Istanbul, Turkey during our tour in 2007.
The Herbie Mann Group, Jassil Brazz. From right to left: Ricardo Silvera (guitar), Me, Mark Soskin (piano), Carlinho De'Oliviera (percussion), early 90's.
Tom Spicer and myself playing with a band we started in college called "Celestial Spring" in 1975.
Rashied Ali, one of the drummers who played & recorded with John Coltrane, and myself. For a while, Jaco Pastorius used two drummers in his big band, Rashied & myself.
Topsy Chapman, one of New Orleans finest Jazz vocalists, & me, 2007.
With Steve Allen, a saxophonist from Los Angeles that now lives in New Orleans & a very good friend of mine.
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The followig photos are from a benefit concert that Alex Foster and I produced to
raise money for Jaco Pastorius' children shortly after he died in 1987. The event was
held for two nights at the Lone Star Cafe, New York City, in November, 1987. Alex and I
put together most of the original members of Jaco's Word of Mouth Big Band for the
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