TIN CAN®
The Horn Band From Cajun Land
Produced by Plateaux Productions
800-647-3966

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Memories of a bunch of good guys as well as musicians................see list below.......please enjoy this brief slide show..............

                                                                         
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Originating in 1991, "Tin Can"® has performed throughout South Louisiana at such events and places as:
The Shrimp & Petroleum Festival - Morgan City
The Rice Festival - Crowley
The Tamale Festival - Zwolle
The Frog Festival - Rayne
The Pecan Festival -
Downtown Alive - Lafayette
Morgan City Fair - Morgan City
Krewe Of Orpheus - Covington
Krewe Of Alexandria - Alexandria
Hammond Square Mall - Hammond
L.O.D. Cook Alumni Center - Baton Rouge
Coach's Celebrity Club - Baton Rouge
Academy Of The Sacred Heart - New Orleans
The White Oak Plantation - Baton Rouge
Pontchartrain Hotel - New Orleans
Royal Orleans Hotel - New Orleans
Roje's Grand Ball Room - New Orleans
Michael's Ballroom - Lafayette
Drusilla Place - Baton Rouge
Boudreaux's - Baton Rouge
The Quail Farm - Abita Springs
Ruby's Roadhouse - Mandeville
Old Colonel's Club - Baton Rouge
Graces - Gonzales
Bayview Tavern - Port Vincent
Happy Days - Slidell
The Quarter Note - Baton Rouge
The Hill - Covington
Margueritaville - New Orleans
Ray's Sports Bar - Lafayette
Back to Back - Lafayette
The Kabaret - Gonzales
AAA Bar & Grill - Baton Rouge
Richoux's - Baton Rouge
Rick's Cafe American - Baton Rouge
Paparazzi - Baton Rouge
City Limits - Hammond
Mariners - Hammond
Delago - Mandeville
Mallini's - Pass Christian, MS
Sportsbeach - Westwego
Fred's On The River - Port Vincent
The Frog's Breath Saloon - Springfield
The Pontchartrain Yatch Club - Mandeville
Muddy Waters - New Orleans
Bogart's - New Roads
The House of Blues - New Orleans

"Tin Can"
® , a special blend of South Louisiana musicians, each experienced in his own area of music, is a unique combination that rarely occurs. In the case of Tin Can ®, it definitely has.

With a combined experience of more than a century, "Tin Can"® exhibits music from all eras featuring specific shows of R&B, Soul, Classic Rock, Top 40, Big Band, Funk, Jazz Rock, Pop, and some Country.


Over a period of 5 years,
These are the musicians that contributed to the band known as
  "TIN CAN"®


DRUMS

Lynn Boudreau

Brian Brignac* (1991 - 1993)

Ronnie Crowley

Steve Dugas* (1993)

Jim George*  (1993 - 1995)

Sean Manguno

Mike Noto

GUITAR

Ted Broussard

Al Carlo* (1994 - 1995)

Rhett Glindmeyer* (1991 - 1994)

Tad Kivett

KEYBOARD

George Bitzer

Sean Brouillette

Mike Es’Neault

Errol Girard

Steve Gonzales* (1991)

Binky Glindmeyer

Glenn Guilbeau

Steve Houk

Joe Krown*  (1993)

Wayne Lohr* (1993 - 1995)

Bubba Mier

Paul Miranze

David Mondebello

Vaughn Smith

Sammy Putrera

Larry Turner

Gordon Wiltz

Rusty Yates

BASS

Terry Acosta* (1991)

Roger Blevins* (1992 - 1993)

Willis Dauzat* (1993 )

Joey Decker* (1992)

Red Devecca

Lenny Dimartino

Phil Guay

David Hyde* (1992)

Bob Sunda

Thomas Timpani* (1994 - 1995)

VOCALS

Steve Arnold

Dr. Breeze

Hoyt Cuti

Sreve Futrell

Fred Landry* (1991 - 1993)

Paul Sheldon

Duane Yates

BARI & ALTO SAXES

Alden Banta

Steve Hutter* (1991 - 1992)

Ken Jacobs

Sean Kenny* (1992 -1994)

Eric Litman

Tommy Robin* (1994 - 1995)

Ward Smith

TROMBONE

Ernie Gautreau

Ken Jacobs

TRUMPET

Jimmy Burtchaell* (1993)

Jeff Chatlain

Dennis DeBruler* (1993 - 1995)

Barney Floyd* (1992 -1993)

Milo Manino

Donnie Martin

Mike Palermo* (1991 - 1992)

Mike Ritter

Jeff Sutton

Bill Ware

TENOR SAX

Jeffrey Fournet* (1991 -1995)


* were considered permanent members while in the band.


              
                   Wayne Lohr sings - "Funny" 
  
Recorded at the House of Blues - New Orleans 1994
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