If fun has a sound, this is it. Thoroughly steeped in the jazz traditions of Louisiana and the gulf coast, The Revelers Hall Band are sorcerers getting audiences on their feet. As they’re likely to tell you at their live shows, “keep drinking, cause the more you drink, the better we sound.”
The first African-American member of the world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, Alcedrick Todd brings the bona fides to jazz trumpet. From the heart of Mississippi, Todd has performed with artists from The Wu-Tang Clan and Bo Dily, to Ike Turner and Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews.
A true student of the sousaphone, Kevin holds a masters degree in Tuba Performance, and has taught internationally, leading a residency at the House of Blues and Jazz in Shanghai. Butler is the Musical Director of the Revelers Hall, drawing on native Gulf Coast connections to bring diverse and upcoming talent to Dallas.
Jazz piano has been close to a full time pursuit for Daniel Porter for over 11 years. After graduating from the prestigious Jazz Studies program at UNT, Daniel still considers the piano his gateway to adventure.
For 19 years, Phil Joseph has nurtured his passion for jazz trombone. His easy grace and playful melodies behind the slide have made him a favorite of local combos and audiences around DFW.
Though he studied both locally and at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Christian Levens doesn’t want you to judge his drumming by his Masters Degree in Jazz Performance. The only accolade he’s interested in is the one made by your feet hitting the floor.