Sometime after 11 PM on Tuesday, April 7, one of New Orleans hardest working and best songwriters will come on to promote his new record, "How To Be A Cannonball." He's famous for such songs as "It's Not the Years; It's the Miles," "When I Make My Money," "Fine Ass Chemise," and a whole series about a guy named Otis. You've heard him with All That, Reward, Royal Fingerbowl, Paul Sanchez Rolling Road Show, Tin Men, Theatre of the Damned (Thursdays at the Saturn Bar), the Happy Talk Band, and the Tom Paines (playing Tuesdays at the Circle Bar 7-9. Tell Caroline Valencia that OZ sent you).
If we're lucky, he'll bring his guitar and play a ditty or two.
If you haven't guessed yet who this sterling example of musician, this fine upstanding citizen of the community, this credit to both New Orleans and New Jersey is, then you got to tune in to hear Alex McMurray after 11 PM on the Kitchen Sink.