Remembering Charles Neville

Neville Brothers saxophonist Charles Neville passed away on April 26. He was a longtime friend, colleague, national treasure, and standard bearer for New Orleans culture, and he will be greatly missed.

You can find out more about his life here.

To hear our interviews with Charles throughout the years, click here and here.

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