"The straight ahead Dixieland Jazz sound may have its roots back 100 years, but there is nothing old fashioned or out of date with the performances... by this talented family group. The quality of the playing and the cleverly crafted arrangements are excellent and demonstrate that the current generation of musicians are more than able to carry forward the great jazz traditions of the past." -Richard Irvine, Radio North Angus
-Richard Irvine, Radio North Angus

The Au Brothers Take Off!

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Redwood Coast Jazz Festival

The Au Brothers performed at the Redwood Coast Jazz Festival in Eureka this weekend.  Many thanks to Recology of Humboldt and to Mission Linen for sponsoring our band and guest artist Gordon Au. Band members included Gordon Au, Brandon Au, Justin Au, Vic Wong, Jim Maihack, Bill Moehnke, and we had special guests Brian Casserly,  Otis...

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Radio North Angus Review: Take Off!

“Take Off!” the new album from the Au Brothers is great feel good music and is sure to put a smile on your face. The straight ahead Dixieland jazz sound may have its roots back 100 years, but there is nothing old fashioned or out of date with the performances on this 11 track album by this talented family group.   The quality of...

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The American Rag Review: The Au Brothers Take Off!

The American Rag, July 2013 The adventuresome and exceptionally talented Au Brothers – Gordon and Justin, bother trumpeters, and Brandon, the [...] singing trombonist – align themselves with musicians of like talent for their first recording.   Putting last things first by giving the album a letter grade off the top rather than...

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Jazz Lives Review: The Au Brothers Take Off!

Michael Steinman of music blog [Jazz Lives], July 2013 Readers of JAZZ LIVES know Gordon Au (youthful brass Maestro / composer / arranger / occasional vocalist) but may be less familiar with his gifted younger siblings — Justin (trumpet) and Brandon (trombone).  They’ve played jazz festivals as the Au Brothers Jazz Band, keeping family ties...

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