Trumpet player and bandleader Percy Humphrey was a regular performer at Preservation Hall in New Orleans. Humphrey’s obituary in the New York Times stated that he was "a skillful Louis Armstrong–style soloist and could bring his ideas and sound to the front of a group."
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