Trombone Shorty And Orleans Avenue & Big Boi at Hollywood Bowl

Trombone Shorty And Orleans Avenue & Big Boi Tickets

Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, California

Trombone Shorty And Orleans Avenue & Big Boi

Trombone Shorty, the Grammy-winning horn player, infuses everything he plays with a New Orleans flair. He takes on the stage with his band, Orleans Avenue, blending jazz, R&B, and funk into one spectacular performance.

As one half of OutKast and the leading spitter of the Dungeon Family, Big Boi made history. He established the standard for Atlanta hip-hop and, indirectly, for the entire culture. His style and spirit bring a flare to his every performance.

Now’s your chance to witness these stars perform LIVE!

Trombone Shorty with Orleans Avenue and Big Boi are coming to the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California on September 4, 2024, Wednesday.

Prepare for the jaw-dropping stage presence, remarkable talent, and catchy music of these iconic artists! Enjoy a night of the perfect mix of rock, pop, jazz, funk, and hip hop.

Trombone Shorty is a musician from New Orleans, Louisiana, best known for playing the trombone. His sound blends hip hop, jazz, funk, pop, and rock. He considers his brother James, Cyril Neville, Wynton Marsalis, Kermit Ruffins, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Allen Toussaint, and Lenny Kravitz as his mentors.

He won awards for Best Contemporary Jazz Performer and Performer of the Year in early 2007 from the New Orleans music publication Offbeat. The 2010 Grammy Award nomination for Best Contemporary Jazz Album went to Trombone Shorty's album Backatown. In appreciation of his community service work with the Horns for Schools Project, Andrews was awarded the President's Medal by Tulane University President Scott Cowen on May 19, 2012, during the university's Unified Commencement Ceremony at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

In recognition of his accomplishments as a musician and his community work to conserve and transmit to future generations the rich musical legacy of his native country, Andrews was awarded the $250,000 21st Annual Heinz Awards in the Arts and Humanities category in 2016.

In the Blues Instrumentalist: Horn category, Trombone Shorty took up a Blues Music Award in May 2018. For his performance as a featured artist on Jon Batiste's We Are, he received his first Grammy Award in 2022.

Big Boi

Big Boi is an American actor, record producer, singer, and rapper. Before his solo career, he was known as one half of the Southern hip hop group Outkast, together with fellow Atlanta-based rapper André 3000. He was born in Savannah, Georgia, and reared in Atlanta.

The pair, together as Outkast, has put out six critically and commercially successful studio albums. These albums have given rise to several hit singles, such as "Ms. Jackson," "Roses," "So Fresh, So Clean," and "Elevators (Me & You)." After the duo split up in 2007, Patton quickly pursued a solo career and signed with Def Jam Recordings to release his debut studio album, Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty (2010). The duo's fifth release, a double album titled Speakerboxxx/The Love Below (2003), won three Grammy Awards and featured a solo single performed by Patton: "The Way You Move" (featuring Sleepy Brown), which peaked atop the Billboard Hot 100 and was named the 22nd most successful song of the 2000s decade by Billboard.

Def Jam Recordings recruited him as a solo artist when the duo broke up in 2007, and he released his first studio album, Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty (2010), shortly after. It was well received by critics and was commercially successful as well. It peaked at number three on the Billboard 200. Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors (2012) and Boomiverse (2017), his second and third albums, both continued to receive favorable reviews and had a mediocre commercial performance.

Trombone Shorty And Orleans Avenue & Big Boi at Hollywood Bowl

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