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The Preservation Hall Jazz Band was named for the venerable French Quarter venue — founded in 1961 and, shortly thereafter, the center of the New Orleans' jazz scene — it played. There, the Charter members were joined by the likes of Jelly Roll Morton and Louis Armstrong. Today, the band continues to tour, record and serve as a leading ambassador for New Orleans jazz. Tonight, PHJB joins the ASO at Robinson.
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