Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Lettuce among Telluride Jazz Festival performances

by Amanda Push

The organizers of the 43rd Annual Telluride Jazz Festival have released the lineup for the late summer festival. The jazz fest, taking place Aug. 9-11, pulls in artists from all kinds of music genres aside from jazz, including gospel, funk, and soul. Past festival performers include Muddy Waters, Dizzy Gillespie, and Mavis Staples.

“The city of New Orleans has always had an influence on the Telluride Jazz Festival earning a special place in our heart” Steve Gumble, festival director, stated in a news release. “I could not think of a better representative than Trombone Shorty to honor that legacy. This year, we’re excited to be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Student All-Stars Program. Veronica Swift, a darling of the jazz world, returns to the lineup after getting her start here in Telluride years ago as a teenager in the Allstars Program. Once again, we are honored to present a very well-rounded artist line-up with a wide range of appeal to all generations.”

The following is the 2019 lineup:

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue


Robert Randolph & The Family Band

Victor Wooten Band


Cha Wa


Veronica Swift

Matthew Whitaker

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio

Mattson 2 Play A Love Supreme

Battle Of Santiago

Danny Green Trio Plus Strings

LP And the Vinyl

Tyree Morris & Hearts of Worship

Voodoo Orchestra


Telluride Student All-Stars Jazz Ensemble

The Telluride All-Stars 25th Reunion Band

Little Big Band

La Onda Caribeña

Kingston Winter

Stillwater All-Stars

The McCarthy Trio

The Speakeasy Jazz Quartet

Tickets for the Telluride Jazz Festival are on sale now.

Amanda Push


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