It’s a Hammond A100 made in 1970 in Antwerp, hooked up to a Leslie 145 speaker. Sometimes it’s a bit of a hassle to bring the big lady. Then Bob brings his Viscount Legend Live to the gig.
Our first project was a tribute to the CD Unity. Don’t we all love this record with Larry Young, Woody Shaw and Elvin Jones? When an opportunity came around to play at the festival Voorburg Culinair, this seemed the appropriate band for this venue and it showed: we got booked for the next gig on the same day! Simply put: it all just felt very good!
We seriously are into vinyl, all have our precious record collections. For our releases however we decided it was too big an investment to start with, but who knows we get many requests to make it happen. For now, we have a book on sale though…
Ellister and Bob went there, but we hope to go there with the four of us rather sooner than later!
Frenchmen Street is filled with great venues, but if you really want to get down to the nitty gritty then become a Sherlock Holmes and find out where to join the Second Line! Hint: they are usually held on Sundays.
It sits right in the middle of a CD and an LP, so a perfect size for your coffee table.
It would have perfectly fit in the New Orleans vice tradition, but would the coffee table be the right place for it if it had a picture like that?
Of course it depends a little on the circumstances, especially since 2020, but we’d say: just contact us and we’ll see if we can make it work! (We love good food…)
Naturally! We love questions and other feedback. Let us know!
That’s why we’re called vibrrrant!