2015 is the year of the Mardi Gras Indian Queen in New Orleans, and WWOZ and the Mardi Gras Indian Hall of Fame are partnering to bring you a rare look inside this unique New Orleans Tradition, interviewing a different Mardi Gras Indian Queen every month. In the latest edition, we hear from Ausettua Amor Amenkum.
The ninth annual Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival, a free event produced and presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, happens June 6 & 7, 11a to 7p, in Louis Armstrong Park. This year's event offers another stellar lineup featuring some of the biggest stars in Cajun and Zydeco, among them Corey Ledet, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Terrance Simien, and Dwayne Dopsie. We're planning to do
Remember when "festival season" ended at Jazz Fest and the summer was kind of dead? Not so much anymore. Check out some of the music festivals and other diversions in and around New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana during this summer of 2015.
WWOZ's volunteer photographers ripped it up at last month's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The proof is in our photo albums: one contains a 100 shots from the 2015 edition of the world's greatest music festival, and the other a stylish collection of Jazz Fest head gear.
If you missed Sync Up 2015, you can watch recordings of all eleven sessions here. Sync Up is the entertainment industry conference held during Jazz Fest; it includes seven days of educational and networking sessions for independent artists and industry professionals in music, film and digital media, presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation.
Rolled up in a blend of spices, crawfish, and Gouda macaroni these little guys are something else! Try fritters for a delicious alternative for entertaining. Recipe Courtesy of Lousiana Cookin' Magazine.