Pierre Dewey LaFontaine Jr. (July 3, 1930 – August 6, 2016), known professionally as Pete Fountain, was an American jazz clarinetist. Pierre Dewey Fountain, J. was born on White Street, in New Orleans, between Dumaine and St. Ann, in a small Creole cottage-style frame house, to Pierre, Sr. and Madeline. Pete was the great-grandson of a French immigrant, François Fontaine, who was born in Toulon, circa 1796, and came to the .
Clarinetist whose TV appearances on Lawrence Welk and Johnny Carson programs made him one of the most identifiable New Orleans musicians ever.
Album · 2002 · 16 Songs. Al Hirt & Pete Fountain. 6. Song of the Wanderer. 8. Struttin' with Some Barbecue. 9. After You've Gone. Pete Fountain's New Orleans.
Pete Fountain - When The Saints Come Marching In March 02:27. Pete Fountain - When It's Sleepy Time Down South 02:44. Pete Fountain - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans 02:28. Pete Fountain - While We Dances At The Mardi Gras 02:24. Pete Fountain - Sweethearts On Parade 02:38. Pete Fountain - Basin Street Blues 02:10. Pete Fountain - Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans 03:01. Pete Fountain - Cotton Fields 02:29. Pete Fountain - Pete Fountain's New Orleans 02:25. Pete Fountain - A Closer Walk 02:10. Pete Fountain - When The Saints Come Marching In March 02:27
Pete Fountain (born Pierre Dewey LaFontaine, J. July 3, 1930), is an American clarinetist based in New Orleans. He has played jazz, Dixieland and Creole music. Missing lyrics by Pete Fountain? Know any other songs by Pete Fountain?