Special Anniversary Edition 2013 – Wendell turns 90 and celebrates his 75th anniversary this year as a highly skilled trombonist and a New Orleans Jazz Legend. “I know over one hundred tunes; much more than the young guys will ever know,” says Wendell. This recent release showcases just a few of his favorite songs.
“Hot Off The Presses” so to speak is the Digital redesign and reissue of a book I designed over 15 years ago. I did all the layout, design and image work. Author Bruce Spizer, a New Orleans attorney, published this book as his first in a series of 9 books total, chronicling the recordings of the Beatles in America and UK. Primarily geared towards collectors,
CELEBRATING SATCHMO, performed and taped at Old U.S. Mint in New Orleans, was produced for PBS. The DUKES OF DIXIELAND celebrate 40 years in 2014, and claim the spot as the oldest continuously operating jazz band in New Orleans. Featuring Louis Armstrong favorites such as Mack the Knife, What a Wonderful World, Struttin’ With Some Barbecue and You Rascal You, Celebrating Satchmo is a tribute
Teeth and Bones is the third solo album from this fantastic New Orleans based musician. 30 plus years in the music business has found John recording and touring with a wide range of artists including Dr. John, Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, Shemekia Copeland, Charley Musselwhite, The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Klaus Voormann, Johnny Sansone, Shannon MacNally, and many others. Along the way