Aaron Neville Duo

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It’s been a rough couple of years for New Orleans’ first family of funk. Saxophonist Charles Neville died in 2018; keyboardist Art Neville died this past July. With Aaron and Cyril, they were the Neville Brothers, the iconic band that closed every Jazz Fest for years. Happily Aaron and his astounding, inimitable voice, topped by an otherworldly falsetto, endure. He’s touring again with his longtime pianist, Michael Goods, tapping into NOLA R&B, doo-wop tradition, classic soul and pop balladry, and always his 1966 signature tune “Tell It Like It Is.” Which he does too on his latest, Apache, especially the Bros-worthy “Stompin Ground.”

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One of popular music’s most distinctive vocal stylists of the past six decades, this New Orleans legend turns into a human jukebox in concert with pianist Michael Goods. Neville, 78, will cover anything from doo-wop classics to Neil Diamond and Billy Joel favorites to his own hits, including “Tell It Like It Is” and “Don’t Know Much,” as well as Crescent City chestnuts and Neville Brothers gems like “Yellow Moon.”

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