New Orleans rhythm and blues From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia New Orleans rhythm and blues is a style of rhythm and blues that originated in New Orleans. It was a direct precursor to rock and roll and strongly influenced ska. Instrumentation typically includes drums, bass, piano, horns, electric guitar, and vocals.
New Orleans blues is a subgenre of blues that developed in and around the city of New Orleans, influenced by jazz and Caribbean music. It is dominated by piano and saxophone, but also produced guitar bluesmen. Major figures in the genre include Professor Longhair and Guitar Slim, who both had regional, R&B and even mainstream chart hits.
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New Orleans. Britain. Rhythm and blues, frequently abbreviated as R&B or R'n'B,  is a genre of popular music that originated in African-American communities in the 1940s.  The term was originally used by record companies to describe recordings marketed predominantly to urban African Americans, at a time when "urbane, rocking, jazz based ...
Pages in category "Rhythm and blues musicians from New Orleans" The following 102 pages are in this category, out of 102 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). A Johnny Adams August Alsina Archibald (musician) Joe August (musician) B Irving Banister Ronnie Barron Dave Bartholomew Russell Batiste Jr. Eddie Bo Deanna Bogart
Someone who knows music might know if this is correct, or if there actually is a difference. To confuse matters I will say that a google search for "New Orleans rhythm and blues" produces about 450,000 results, whereas "New Orleans blues" produces 3,460,000... so perhaps the shorter phrase is the more appropriate?
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