Fringe Jazz Fest: Mardi Gras Indian Party

  1. feat. Jazz Five, Tricia Boutté, Tanio Hingle, Steve Masakowski (US/DK)

Oplev Tanio Hingle, Mardi Gras Indian fra “Yellow Pocahontas Tribe”, Tricia Boutté og Danmarks mest funky New Orleans band, Jazz Five, i fællesprojektet Mardi Gras Indian Party 2018. Ekstra krydderi til denne koncert på Fringe Jazz Fest er stjerneguitaristen Steve Masakowski fra New Orleans.

Mardi Gras Indian kulturen er blandt de mest farverige og mytiske af New Orleans’ kulturelle fænomener. Mardi Gras Indian stammerne fra “The Big Easy” viser deres fantastiske, farverige og håndlavede kostumer frem ved bl.a. Mardi Gras og Super Sunday og nu også Fringe Jazz Fest. Musikken var oprindeligt ”call-and-respons” besværgelser med tamburiner og anden håndholdt percussion, men blev senere blandet med New Orleans funk, soul og R’n’B. Den berømte New Orleans sang ”Iko Iko” er blevet symbolet på Mardi Gras Indian traditionen.

Cayetano “Tanio” Hingle voksede op i “The Seventh Ward” i New Orleans og er bedst kendt som en fantastisk stortromme- spiller i legendariske bands som Olympia Brass Band, New Birth Brass Band og New Orleans Night Crawlers. Hvad mange ikke ved er, at han er Mardi Gras Indian fra “Yellow Pocahontas Tribe” fra New Orleans. Kender du ikke til den unikke, fascinerende, farverige og historisk interessante kultur, så tøv ikke med at komme forbi, når Tanio optræder som gæstestjerne med lokale og internationale bands på årets festival.

Dørene åbner kl. 20. Koncerten starter kl. 21.00

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Experience Tanio Hingle – Mardi Gras Indian from “Yellow Pocahontas Tribe” – and Denmark’s most funky New Orleans band – Jazz Five – the joint project, Mardi Gras Indian Party. Extra spice to this first “late night” at Fringe Jazz Fest is worldknown guitarplayer from New Orleans, Steve Masakowski.

Mardi Gras Indian culture is among the most colorful and mythical New Orleans’ cultural phenomenas. The Mardi Gras Indian tribes of “The Big Easy” show their amazing and colorful handmade costumes in the street of New Orleans at Mardi Gras and Super Sunday AND now also Fringe Jazz Fest. The music was originally “call-and-response” chants with tambourines and other percussion instruments, but was later mixed with New Orleans funk, soul and R’n’B and for instance the famous New Orleans song “Iko Iko” is rooted in Mardi Gras Indian tradition.

Cayetano “Tanio” Hingle grew up in the Seventh Ward of New Orleans. He is mostly known as an amazing bass drum player and has played with legendary and world-wide known bands as Olympia Brass Band, New Birth Brass Band and New Orleans Night Crawlers. What a lot of people don’t know is that fact, that he is also a Mardi Gras Indian from “Yellow Pocahontas Tribe” in New Orleans. This is a unique, colorful and fascinating performance rooted in the culture and history of New Orleans.

Doors 8PM. Concert 9PM.