Anthony "Tuba Fats" Lacen ( September 15, 1950 - January 11, 2004) was a jazz tuba player and band leader. Tuba Fats was New Orleans' most famous tuba player and played traditional New Orleans jazz and blues for over 40 years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anthony Lacen"
Bob Stewart is an American jazz tubist. He was born in 1945 in Sioux Falls. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Stewart (tuba)"
Howard Louis Johnson (born in 1941) is a post- bop jazz musician known mainly for his work on tuba and baritone saxophone, although he plays other reeds and trumpet as well. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howard Johnson (jazz musician)"
Kirk Joseph (b. 1960 or 1961) is a jazz sousaphone player from New Orleans, Louisiana. The son of trombonist Waldren "Frog" Joseph, Kirk Joseph began playing the sousaphone while a student at Andrew Bell Middle School, and took part in his first professional gig at the age of thirteen when his brother Charles invited him to play a funeral with the Majestic Band. in 1977 he became one of the founding members of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, a group which is credited with reviving the brass band tradition in New Orleans. He has played with the Treme Brass Band and Forgotten Souls Brass Band, and currently leads his own group called Kirk Joseph's Backyard Groove. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kirk Joseph"
Raymond Allen Draper ( 1940– 1982) was an American hard bop tuba player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ray Draper"
Ron Caswell is a member of the TILT Brass band. He plays tuba for the band. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ron Caswell"
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