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Louis Prima Jr and the Witnesses

Louis Prima Jr and the Witnesses

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Louis Prima Jr. and the Witnesses (louisprimajr.com) are bringing Prima music into the 21st century.


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Join Louis Prima Jr as he hosts "Siriusly Sinatra" on SiriusXM Channel 71. LPJ will be spinning his favorite hits from the Sinatra era;Mon 8/9 6pmETTue 8/10 9pmETThur 8/12 9amETSat 8/14 3pmET.Plus on the SXM App anytime 8/9 thru 8/22

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Haven't been to an LPJ show yet? This is what you're missing!From The New York City Jazz Record"From the balcony of The Cutting Room (Jul. 17th), immersed within art nouveau-turning-deco interior, the atmosphere onstage with Louis Prima, Jr. and The Witnesses seemed incendiary. True believers and young converts roared as “Sing, Sing, Sing”, composed in 1936 by Prima, Sr., began. Like his father, Prima, Jr. is a talented entertainer whose jocular vocals led much of the action. If this was a tribute, however, it catapulted the sound into the present and these stunning Witnesses enjoyed numerous featured spots as vocalists and instrumentalists. Tireless doesn’t begin to describe each perspiration-filled moment as the band not only played blistering ensemble (i.e., New Orleans) sections and spotlight solos, but smoothly incorporated bits of comedy and dance. Drummer A.D. Adams, bassist A.J. Dicharry, keyboard player Tris Duncan and guitarist Tony Italiano were unstoppable forces, as were baritone saxophonist Garrett Wingfield, trumpeter Steve Sharp and trombonist Philip Clevinger. Featured tenor saxophonist Marco Palos, the Sam Butera of this band, and Prima’s trumpet powerfully shared the front with Kate Curran, who captured Keely Smith’s soulfulness but truly shined when unleashed, wrapping long tones around her own R&B core. Hits “Buona Sera” and “Jump, Jive and Wail” sizzled and “That Old Black Magic” utterly throbbed, but jazz-rock like “25 or 6 to 4” and “Vehicle” and Ike and Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary”, among other unexpected encores, proved the band to be wonderfully relentless." —John Pietaro www.nycjazzrecord.com/issues/tnycjr202108.pdfPhoto by: Sherry Rubel

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Coming soon to the Magic Bag!
Louis Prima Jr and the Witnesses @louisprimajr
Fri, September 3 | Tix: $27 adv./$30 dos. | All Ages
Ticket Link http://tinyurl.com/3abyar4a
#LouisPrimaJr #TheWitnesses #JumpJiveAndWail https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=harbAMQZElQ

#NewYork - Tonight! Don't miss the return of the Wildest Show either side of the sunrise at one of the BEST concert venues around! @CuttingRoomNYC! Doors open at 6pm, the mayhem starts at 7! Click the link for tickets and get yours before its too late!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/louis-prima-jr-and-the-witnesses-tickets-157114891871

Jump and Jive with Louis Prima Jr. https://extratv.com/2021/07/15/jump-and-jive-with-louis-prima-jr/ via @extratv

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