In the footsteps of Professor Longhair, Dr. John, James Booker, Fats Domino and Allen Toussaint, Tipitina deliver their own unique take on the blues, barrelhouse, boogie and gospel of New Orleans. Following on from their acclaimed debut album ‘I Wish I Was In New Orleans’, Tipitina massively increased their following with the terrific ‘Taking Care of Business’, recorded at the Birmingham International Jazz & Blues Festival. Already the House Full signs are going up at Ronnie Scotts and elsewhere, as the band come to the attention of the media, runners up in the jazz category of the 2017 Urban Music Awards and 3rd in the Best Small Group category of the 31st British Jazz Awards.


England, Birmingham, 30-06-11
Live recording of Tipitina at Hotel du Vin.
© Foto Merlin Daleman

“Debbie Jones is as sultry as a night downtown, Justin boogies like there’s no tomorrow” [The Sunday Mercury]


“A wonderful CD, it superbly captures how this incredible band sound au

naturelle…phenomenal 10/10 [Blues In Britain].


“A joyous ride through up-tempo feel-good rockers, gospel-tinged ballads and

crowd-pleasing sing-alongs. They’re a barnstorming live act, few do this with such

conviction. [Rock ‘N’ Reel]


“Tipitina seem to tick just about all the boxes in the stack” [Blues Matters]


“Tipitina, already recognised by thousands of fans, can bring any crowd to its feet”

[The Jazz Rag]