New Black Eagle Jazz Band

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The New Black Eagle Jazz Band is a New Orleans Style Jazz band founded in 1971[1] and based in New England.[2] Four of the members had previously been in the Black Eagle Jazz Band led by Tommy Sancton.[3] The band has seven core members.[4]

Music performed by the band has been used as soundtrack music in the Ken Burns documentaries Jazz and Baseball.[5] The band has also been a guest on A Prairie Home Companion and NPR. They have released over 40 recordings.[6]


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