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  1. Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong would seek out the Dukes when he was on the road, come and sit in with them, even visit at their homes. “The Dukes of Dixieland was the first white band whom me and my band played on the same stage with, which was a great thrill to me,” Louis is quoted as saying in the book Louis Armstrong in His Own Words.
  2. Listen to music from The Dukes of Dixieland. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Dukes of Dixieland.
  3. The Original Dukes of Dixieland - likes · 3 talking about this. Brother's Frank and Freddie Assunto formed The Dukes in , upon the death of Frank Assunto in Feb. thus ended.
  4. Dukes of Dixieland was a New Orleans dixieland revival band formed in by brothers Frank Assunto, trumpet; Fred Assunto, trombone; and their father Papa Jac Assunto, trombone and banjo. Their first records featured Jack Maheu, clarinet; Stanley Mendelsohn, piano; Tommy Rundell, drums; and Barney Mallon, tuba and string bass.
  5. The Dukes of Dixieland was an American, New Orleans "Dixieland"-style revival band, originally formed in by brothers Frank Assunto, trumpet; Fred Assunto, trombone; and their father Papa Jac Assunto, trombone and banjo. Their first records featured Jack Maheu, clarinet; Stanley Mendelsohn, piano; Tommy Rundell, drums; and Barney Mallon, tuba and string bass.
  6. May 14,  · It is a fact that Frank and Freddie Assunto created and led the #1 Jazz Band in America from the early 's thru early known as The Dukes of Dixieland. They played with and recorded with all the greats of their time and also appeared on numerous TV .
  7. Aliases Dukes of Dixieland The Dukes Of Dixieland Frank Assunto's Dukes of Dixieland The Phenomenal Dukes Of Dixieland Country United States Comments Dixieland band formed in After a brief break-up in the earlys, the band was reformed and continues to exist - albeit with non-original members - to this day.
  8. Dukes Of Dixieland () music CDs Too many bands play Dixieland like it was just a dose of medicine they have to swallow each night; the Dukes don't - They obviously get a tremendous wallop out of their music, and it comes clear and sharp on this collection that The Dukes combine enthusiasm with enormous ability.

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