Keith "Wolf" Anderson PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 06 April 2009 23:05
    The first time I played with the cats from Rebirth was back in high school. At the time they were calling themselves The Group. I had me a little job working at this seafood plant down by the projects. Man, I used to be stinking from messing with fish all day. One night, I was walking home and I heard brass band music coming from outta this house. I walked in and it was Philip Frazier, Keith Frazier and Kermit Ruffins. I said, “Y’all sound good. You should play some jazz, make yourself some money.” At first they were all cheesing on me because I was stinking like dead fish, but then I picked up that horn and they saw that I could play. They started calling me Wolf, saying I looked like a wolfman with my sideburns and shit. At first I didn’t like it, but now I’m used to it...


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written by jonny nola, April 17, 2009
Keith is awesome.
written by Daniel , October 12, 2009
Keith is my cousin i got to see him for a whole month. He calls me "First One" because were first cousins
written by Jeff M., September 02, 2010
My wife and I saw and spoke to him for a while. He is really really talented and a great person too. Cant wait to move there so we can see him more often.
written by Doug Smith, May 16, 2012
Awesome talent and very nice man.
written by Brian Bardsley, December 22, 2013
Got some Treme love tonight, traffic should pick up
Totally inspiring!
written by Zanna, March 30, 2014
I just took up the trombone and really admired Keith's awesome playing! Usually the trombone is in behind, but he brings it out front!
written by Stuart Bentley, December 22, 2014
As a fellow trombone player, Keith is awesome to listen to. He brings a lot of creativity to his soloing, as well as being an entertaining individual. Definitely worth checking out playing in the French Quarter with Doreen, or touring with the Hot 8.

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