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Avery "Kid" Howard (April 22, 1908, New Orleans, Louisiana - March 28, 1966, New Orleans) was an American jazz trumpeter associated with the New Orleans jazz scene. Howard began on drums at about age fourteen, but switched to cornet and then trumpet after playing with Chris Kelly. In New Orleans he played in the 1920s with the Eureka Brass Band, Allen's Brass Band, and the Tuxedo Brass Band. He led his own bands late in the 1920s and early in the 1930s; it was his band which played at the jazz funeral for Buddy Petit. He played in the Palace Theatre pit orchestra from 1938 to 1943. In 1943 he recorded with George Lewis, considered to be among his best recordings. In 1946 he led the Original Zenith Brass Band, but played only locally for the next few years. In 1952 he returned to playing wi

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  • Avery „Kid“ Howard (* 22. April 1908 in New Orleans, Louisiana; † 18. März 1966 in New Orleans) war ein US-amerikanischer Trompeter und Sänger des New Orleans Jazz. Kid Howard begann als Jugendlicher zunächst Schlagzeug zu spielen, wechselte dann zum Kornett und schließlich zur Trompete, nachdem er mit Chris Kelly spielte. In New Orleans gehörte er in den 1920er Jahren der Eureka Brass Band an, der Allen's Brass Band und der Tuxedo Brass Band. Außerdem leitete er um 1930 eigene Formationen; seine Band spielte dann beim Begräbnis von Buddy Petit. Von 1938 bis 1943 arbeitete er im Orchester des Palace Theatre; 1943 entstanden Aufnahmen mit dem Klarinettisten George Lewis. 1946 leitete er die Original Zenith Brass Band, arbeitete dann in den nächsten Jahren nur in lokalen Bands. 1952 spielte
  • Avery "Kid" Howard (April 22, 1908, New Orleans, Louisiana - March 28, 1966, New Orleans) was an American jazz trumpeter associated with the New Orleans jazz scene. Howard began on drums at about age fourteen, but switched to cornet and then trumpet after playing with Chris Kelly. In New Orleans he played in the 1920s with the Eureka Brass Band, Allen's Brass Band, and the Tuxedo Brass Band. He led his own bands late in the 1920s and early in the 1930s; it was his band which played at the jazz funeral for Buddy Petit. He played in the Palace Theatre pit orchestra from 1938 to 1943. In 1943 he recorded with George Lewis, considered to be among his best recordings. In 1946 he led the Original Zenith Brass Band, but played only locally for the next few years. In 1952 he returned to playing wi
  • Kid Howard (New Orleans, 22 april 1908 - aldaar, 28 maart 1966) was een Amerikaanse jazz-trompettist, actief in de jazzscene van New Orleans. Howard begon op de drums, maar stapte later over op de kornet en trompet. Hij speelde in de jaren twintig onder meer met de Eureka Bras Band en de Tuxedo Brass Band. Daarna had hij zijn eigen groepen. Van 1938 tot 1943 speelde Howard in het orkest van Palace Theater, in de pit. In 1943 nam hij op met George Lewis. In 1946 leidde hij de Original Zenith Brass Band. Van 1952 tot 1961 speelde hij weer bij Lewis, die hij verliet toen hij ziek werd-in die jaren had Howard een alcoholprobleem. Daarna had hij een eigen band waarmee hij ook enkele platen maakte. Hij speelde in de Preservation Hall en andere gelegenheden tot zijn overlijden in 1966. Hij overle
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  • Avery „Kid“ Howard (* 22. April 1908 in New Orleans, Louisiana; † 18. März 1966 in New Orleans) war ein US-amerikanischer Trompeter und Sänger des New Orleans Jazz. Kid Howard begann als Jugendlicher zunächst Schlagzeug zu spielen, wechselte dann zum Kornett und schließlich zur Trompete, nachdem er mit Chris Kelly spielte. In New Orleans gehörte er in den 1920er Jahren der Eureka Brass Band an, der Allen's Brass Band und der Tuxedo Brass Band. Außerdem leitete er um 1930 eigene Formationen; seine Band spielte dann beim Begräbnis von Buddy Petit. Von 1938 bis 1943 arbeitete er im Orchester des Palace Theatre; 1943 entstanden Aufnahmen mit dem Klarinettisten George Lewis. 1946 leitete er die Original Zenith Brass Band, arbeitete dann in den nächsten Jahren nur in lokalen Bands. 1952 spielte er erneut mit Lewis, mit dem er bis 1961 zusammenarbeitete, sowie mit Kid Sheik Cola. Die Qualität seiner letzten Aufnahmen mit Lewis litt aber unter seinen Alkoholproblemen, mit denen er zu kämpfen hatte.1961 erkrankte er und musste Lewis' Band verlassen; nach seiner Genesung leitete er wieder eine eigene Formation bis 1965 und nahm einige Alben auf. Er trat dann noch in der Preservation Hall und anderen Orten in New Orleans auf.
  • Kid Howard (New Orleans, 22 april 1908 - aldaar, 28 maart 1966) was een Amerikaanse jazz-trompettist, actief in de jazzscene van New Orleans. Howard begon op de drums, maar stapte later over op de kornet en trompet. Hij speelde in de jaren twintig onder meer met de Eureka Bras Band en de Tuxedo Brass Band. Daarna had hij zijn eigen groepen. Van 1938 tot 1943 speelde Howard in het orkest van Palace Theater, in de pit. In 1943 nam hij op met George Lewis. In 1946 leidde hij de Original Zenith Brass Band. Van 1952 tot 1961 speelde hij weer bij Lewis, die hij verliet toen hij ziek werd-in die jaren had Howard een alcoholprobleem. Daarna had hij een eigen band waarmee hij ook enkele platen maakte. Hij speelde in de Preservation Hall en andere gelegenheden tot zijn overlijden in 1966. Hij overleed aan de gevolgen van een hersenbloeding.
  • Avery "Kid" Howard (April 22, 1908, New Orleans, Louisiana - March 28, 1966, New Orleans) was an American jazz trumpeter associated with the New Orleans jazz scene. Howard began on drums at about age fourteen, but switched to cornet and then trumpet after playing with Chris Kelly. In New Orleans he played in the 1920s with the Eureka Brass Band, Allen's Brass Band, and the Tuxedo Brass Band. He led his own bands late in the 1920s and early in the 1930s; it was his band which played at the jazz funeral for Buddy Petit. He played in the Palace Theatre pit orchestra from 1938 to 1943. In 1943 he recorded with George Lewis, considered to be among his best recordings. In 1946 he led the Original Zenith Brass Band, but played only locally for the next few years. In 1952 he returned to playing with Lewis, where he would remain until 1961. His later recordings with Lewis are uneven because he was battling with alcoholism, which interfered with his abilities as a soloist. He fell ill in 1961 and left Lewis's band, and upon his recovery he led his own band from 1961 to 1965 and recorded several times; these recordings were also highly praised. He continued to play in New Orleans at Preservation Hall and other venues up until his death of a brain hemorrhage in 1966.
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