Aaron, Ivan Neville Team Up With Dirty Dozen Brass Band, George Porter Jr., More For “Stomping Ground” [Video]


New Orleans royalty Aaron and Ivan Neville reunited with Dirty Dozen Brass Band for the new single “Stomping Ground”. The star-studded studio track is set to appear in the upcoming documentary Take Me to the River: New Orleans, documenting Crescent City’s musical lineage. The film’s soundtrack will be released on April 1 via Petaluma Folders.

Vocalist Aaron Neville leads the track, backed by his brother Ivan on keyboards and the dynamic horn section of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. meters bass player George Porter Jr. helps round off the low end like Charles Neville, Ian Neville, Big Samand Eric Krasno all lend a hand. Throughout the track, Aaron highlights the Big Easy’s best and brightest from long hair teacher at Dr. John at Domino fats at the “great Satchmo” Louis Armstrong.

“The most amazing part of the ‘Stompin’ Ground’ session and song is how quickly all the musicians came together, but that’s no surprise when you’re talking about New Orleans musical royalty. under the musical direction of producer Eric Krasno!” Take Me to the River: New Orleans director Martin Shore Recount Relix. “Aaron Neville, Charles Neville, Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, George Porter Jr. and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band were just amazing. After a short rehearsal, it was a marvel! Everyone involved was on their A-Game. ‘Stompin’ Ground’ truly embodies what Take Me to the River: New Orleans film, recording and live performance represent. Demonstrating various inclusive collaborations spotlighting one of the world’s most important cultural and musical community gems, New Orleans!

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Take Me to the River: New Orleans follows Shore’s original 2014 documentary about Memphis, take me to the river. The film’s soundtrack will feature new material from Snoop Dogg, Jon Batiste, PJ Morton, G-Eazy, Greater Freedia, Galactic, Christian Scott and Tunde Adjuah, dumpstaphunk, William Bell, Ani DiFranco, Donald Harrisonand Ledisi. The 36-track collection will also include new recordings from one of The Neville Brothers‘ final performances and one of Dr. Johnthe last studio sessions.

Watch the studio performance video for Aaron Neville’s “Stomping Ground” with Dirty Dozen Brass Band from the Take Me to the River: New Orleans soundtrack. Director Martin Shore also shared a detailed video documenting the studio session for the track. Click on here for more information on the film, which has yet to announce a release date.

Aaron Neville with Dirty Dozen Brass Band – “Stomping Ground” [Official Music Video]

In the Studio – “Stompin’ Ground” – Aaron Neville featuring Dirty Dozen Brass Band

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