Trom­bone Shorty

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Troy An­drews, bet­ter known as Trom­bone Shorty, has taken his horn of plenty to places he never could have en­vi­sioned when he made his de­but at the New Or­leans Jazz and Her­itage Fes­ti­val, at age 5, on­stage with Bo Did­dley. The 31-year-old au­thor and phi­lan­thropist has played the White House, sure, but he’s also now at the es­teemed Blue Note Records, which ear­lier this year re­leased his al­bum “Park­ing Lot Sym­phony,” his first for the la­bel. Last week­end, Trom­bone Shorty and Or­leans Av­enue were at the Pil­grim­age Mu­sic and Arts Fes­ti­val in Franklin, Tenn., part of an im­pres­sive lineup of rock, blues and alt-coun­try stars that in­cluded Ed­die Ved­der, Ryan Adams, Justin Tim­ber­lake, Chris Sta­ple­ton, Mavis Staples, Gary Clark Jr., Shov­els and Rope and the Avett Brothers. This week­end, they’re do­ing two nights at Rev­o­lu­tion Live in Fort Laud­erdale. When: 8:30 p.m. tonight-Satur­day; Dump­sta­phunk opens Where: Rev­o­lu­tion Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Laud­erdale Cost: $36.50, $40 Con­tact: 954-449-1025, JoinTheRev­o­lu­tion.net

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