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New Orleans Wedding Brass Band-Kinfolk Jazz Band

“KINFOLK”  NEW ORLEANS WEDDING BRASS BAND. Press On Link Below>>>> Listen to         Kinfolk Jazz    (1) What a wonderful world (1) (Vocals- Wil Smith)   (2) It Had to B you (Vocals- Wil Smith)   (3) Iko Iko (1)   (4) Bourbon Street

  • Wedding Awards: The Knot Wedding 2015 Best Wedding Band

    Kinfolk Brass Band- Winners: Best Wedding Secondline band Voted by previous Bride & Grooms of 2014 & 2105..         The Knot: www.theknot.comKinfolk Brass Band- Winners of New Orleans: (23) Reviews Wedding Wire: (6) Reviews- Best New Orleans

  • Wedding Second-line Frequently Ask Questions / Answers

    Q:What is a second-line? A: In New Orleans’ African-American traditions, the brass band plays a dirge proceeding the funeral, accompanying the hearse and mourners for the processional. For the recessional, the band strikes up with the upbeat, “second-line” music, celebrating

  • Wedding Second-line Tips

    * When is it an appropriate time to second-line? Any celebratory occasion is the right time for a second-line. For weddings, some couples choose to second-line immediately after the wedding for the recessional, leading guests to the reception. If the wedding

  • YES!! We play Wedding Ceremony Music….

    Book “Kinfolk Jazz Band” for your Upcoming Wedding Ceremony From brass quartets and classical guitarists to a solo cellist, ceremony musicians provide music from prelude through postlude (and occasionally the first hour of the reception as well.) For a twist,

  • Kinfolk “The Brothers” Photo

    Hi there!  Kinfolk brass band at the Loyola Graduation!  They are so great!!! “ I was in a show on magazine street with some of my photos. The very best resolution to my pix come through this site” PLEASE TAKE US

  • Wedding “Second Line” Parades

    The Second Line has a deep, rich history in New Orleans.  When performed during weddings, it signifies the beginning of a new life for the bride and groom. A Second Line has two parts. The “First line” is usually the