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Hot 8 Brass Band (11:00 show time / doors open 10:00)

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Hot 8 Brass Band (11:00 show time / doors open 10:00) Friday, January 24, 2014 11:00 PM The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
  • 21 & over
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price : $8.00 - $15.00
  • Door Time: 10:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
Description: Bring your Trombone Shorty ticket stub ~ Get in for $5.
After party is the best party!


PERFORMING 2 SETS!~ (11:00 and 12:30)
DOORS OPEN AT 10:00
$15  (cash sales at box office)


Bring your Trombone Shorty ticket stub ~ Get in for $5.
After party is the best party!

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  • Hot 8 Brass Band

    Hot 8 Brass Band

    The members of the Hot 8 were all born and raised in New Orleans; many of them began playing together in high school. In 1995 they came together and began playing traditional New Orleans brass band music professionally.

    Founded by Bennie Pete, Jerome Jones, and Harry Cook in 1995, the band has played in traditional Second Line parades hosted each Sunday by a Social Aid and Pleasure Club ever since. The Hot 8 are famous for playing all day in the sun, then hopping to a club gig and playing through the night. But even more than their boundless energy, what makes the Hot 8 special are the sounds they coax from their well-loved, well-worn horns.

    It was not until after Hurricane Katrina, however, that Hot 8 became known nationwide. Featured on CNN, Nightline, in the New York Times, and most notably in Spike Lee’s Katrina documentary “When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts”, Hot 8’s work with the Finding Our Folk Tour has brought music to evacuee shelters, temporary trailer parks, and to communities throughout the US that have provided a temporary home to displaced New Orleanians.

    The Hot 8 Brass Band, like all of New Orleans, has had its share of tragedy in the aftermath of Katrina. In addition to displacement caused by the storm and subsequent violence and uncertainty contained therein, drummer Dinerral Shavers was shot and killed in late 2006 while driving with his wife and child in New Orleans. In addition, two other members of the band have lost their lives due to violence on the city streets. In response to these tragic setbacks, The Hot 8 Brass Band has recommitted itself to bringing people together through their unique brand of music to celebrate, to heal and to learn. This passion for music and social outreach led to an integral role contributing to the success of the Finding Our Folk Tour.

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6010 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035
Phone: 323-954-9400 / Fax: 323-938-2994
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