There aren't that many but everything from 2 bros to the Tribe Marsalis, and including 2 Canadian sisters, is fair game. Coming up are the Jones brothers from Detroit, the Brecker brothers, the Jensen sisters, the Adderley brothers, and, natch, New Orleans' own Tribe Marsalis (both father and sons).
The Brecker brothers: The wiki for both Randy and Michael Brecker together; both had tremendous careers as solo artists, band leaders etc.: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brecker_Brothers
Some tunes together--you are entreated to seek out each bros individual work:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aePPKGxqOf8 << just love this song and this is an apex perf--hit that repeat button, willya? << Have you heard a better drum solo lately? Me either. Have you spent a better 10 minutes lately? Me either.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJdE2a1hfO0 << I know you've heard this song before w/o knowing much about it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-yPdckNaDo << THE all-star group from near-40-years ago.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHTxKCZZs_M << in 1980 w/special guest Dizzy Gillespie << weakish sound volume << Mr. G was playing in a funky style at that time. He was not condescending....he was being his own natural Dizzy-freaking-Gillespie.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMayNSG_BFA << The instrumentation and charts may have changed with the times--the musical feeling definitely didn't.
BONUS 1: their full concert in Barcelona in (I believe) 1994--fusion jazz at its zenith: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HC2hrHg9yXk
BONUS 2: Now here's something special--the Breckers playing with AWB live in '77--anybody got a video of this? PM about hard-copy of this if so... << I believe all these guys thoroughly enjoyed playing together--it is called "playing", isn't it?
The Jensen sisters of BC, Canada Ain't no gender shtuff or Canada-pandering going on here--these cats can blow with the best. They haven't played together enough to warrant a wiki entry--Ingrid Jensen (tpt) may be better known but Christine Jensen (sax) composes music and leads a big-band, and has arguably done more for jazz in Canada.
Ingrid Jensen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingrid_Jensen and http://www.ingridjensen.com/
Christine Jensen http://www.canadianjazzarchive.org/e...ne-jensen.html << funny thing, this Site showing a pic of a trumpeter... and http://christinejensenmusic.com/
Ingrid may be the more talented, accomplished musician; Christine is much more the complete musical person--love'm both dearly.
Some tunes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_IlAl9x-U4 << I believe you'll come back to this one...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZ6_69pEeBw << Christine as band leader with special guest, Ingrid << Modern big band bop/post-bop jazz at its peak.
SEMI-BONUS:: Interview with the sisters then at about 6:40 some music interspersed with more narrative: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8FcWlCMzmo
To be continued...