Dixieland artists has a unique characteristic of keeping all tunes easy to listen to but has a strong historical nuances.
Louis Armstrong All-Stars (Earl "Fatha" Hines-pianist; Barney Bigard-clarinetist; Edmond Hall-clarinetist; Jack Teagarden-trombonist; Trummy Young-trombonist; Arvell Shaw-double-bassist; Billy Kyle-pianist; Marty Napoleon-pianist; Big Sid Catlett-drummer; Cozy Cole-drummer; Barrett Deems- drummer; Danny Barcelona-drummer)
Kenny Ball (trumpetist)
Eddie Condon (guitarist)
Jim Cullum Jazz Band (Jim Cullum- trumpet; Mike Pittsley- Trombonist; Evan Arntzen-Clarinetist; John Sheridan-pianist; Howard Elkins-guitarist; Bernie Attridge- Bassist; Benji Bohannon-drumer)
The Mission City Hot Rhythm Cats( Mark Hess, piano; Pierre Poree, sax, clarinet, vocals; Dave Deering, upright bass & tuba; David Jellema, cornet & clarinet; Mike Pittsley, trombone; Ed Torres, drums).
The Dukes of Dixieland(Frank Assunto, trumpet; Fred Assunto, trombone; and their father Papa Jac Assunto, trombone and banjo.)
Pete Fountain (clarinetist)
Al Hirt (trumpeter)
George Lewis (clarinetist)
Turk Murphy (trombonist)
Chris Tyle (cornetist, trumpeter, drummer, clarinetist, saxophonist, leader of the Silver Leaf Jazz Band)