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Doc Houlind’s Revival Band fro Denmark
The band consist of younger as well as very experienced musicians all with a great passion for the real New Orleans style, as it was first introduced to us by the greatest American bands coming to Europe, representing the jazz revival period, which developed the European jazz boom in the 60s. The most prominent examples of these groups that came to Europe and made people go crazy, were those of Kid Ory and even more Louis Armstrongs with more solistic brilliance, and certainly not to forget the George Lewis Jazz Band that knocked out everyone by unique ensemble playing with rhythmical tailgate trombone played together with clarinet both polyphonic and heterophonic at the same time around melodic and rhythmical trumpet playing, and with a rhythm section giving that two/four up –beat. luckily this formation is able to maintain and build on these fundamentals in real dynamic ensemble playing with Jesper Larsen and Kristian Barfoed, like George Lewis and Jim Robinson, and Doc putting the Howard stuff on.

Band Members

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Jesper Capion Larsen – Clarinet. Born in 1964 in Skjern. This amazing musician first trained...

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(Double Bass)

Brian Turnock – String Bass. A member of the Z’Hulus for over a quarter of a century Brian h...

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Søren ʺDocʺ Houlind - Drums and Vocals, also band leader. Born in Lemvig, and began playing ...

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Lis Kroyer – Piano. Born in Copenhagen. In 1983 she achieved a bachelor’s degree in piano p...

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