Delta Bound (Arbor’s Records 2007), Live at the Meridien (Independent 2007), and his Clarinet Road series (STR Digital) are among the recordings under his own name and he is featured on many others with New Orleans artists such as Big Al Carson, Walter Payton, Duke Heitger, Narvin Kimball, Uncle Lionel Battiste, and Tom McDermott. Evan Christopher returned to New Orleans in 2001, and is recognized worldwide as one of the most important advocates for early jazz styles. Besides leading his own groups, the Jazz Traditions Project and Django à la Créole, he frequently tours with groups such as the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra and also as a featured soloist. Evan Christopher has shared the stage with jazz legends including Marshall Hawkins, Tony Scott, Arvell Shaw, Kenny Davern, and George Wein.
His latest album, Django à la Créole, was released in New Orleans in April 2008 during the 25th anniversary of the famous French Quarter Festival.
Edited by Babs_05 on 30 May 2008, 22:01
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