Dixieland (Traditional Jazz is the name preferred by musicians) is still alive today. This site is here for you to explore the music of my father Doc Evans, learn about the characters who play trad jazz and give jazz fans an opportunity to listen to the hot jazz of the ’20s, the ’40s and today.
Allan Evans (Doc’s son)
Doc Evans Spirituals & Blues CD release from Jazzology Records
This Jazzology release brings together two great recordings from the 1950s, catching Doc Evans at the height of his amazing career.
Cornetist Doc Evans is presented in his prime on this 16 track CD consisting of two releases put out on the Audiophile label in 1959 and 1957, the albums Spirituals & Blues and Traditional Jazz. Featuring Hal Runyon on trombone, Dick Pendleton on clarinet, John ‘Knocky’ Parker on piano, Bill Peer on banjo, George Tupper on tuba and Red Maddock on drums and vocals.
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