In existence for nearly 35 years, the Treme Brass Band represents the traditional wing of the New Orleans brass-band street-parade scene. The group performs regularly at jazz funerals and at second-line parades along side Social, Aid & Pleasure clubs, continuing a tradition, — and in some instances, a repertoire — that dates back, at least, to the late nineteenth century.

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