The Crescent City's Latin soul favorites, Los Po-Boy-Citos, do "Long Way Home (Back to New Orleans)" from their 2010 Brand New Dance album. You can catch Los Po-Boy-Citos at French Quarter Fest: 11a on Sunday, April 12.
Here's Walter "Wolfman" Washington in a beautifully shot live performance from last July's North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam. The YouTube poster mistakenly identifies the song as "Funk Is in the House"; it's actually a cover of the Tyrone Davis hit "Can I Change My Mind", which went to #1 on Billboard's R&B charts in February 1969.
Muddy Waters performs "I'll Put A Tiger In Your Tank" live at the Newport Jazz Festival in July 1960, one of three Willie Dixon songs he performed that day (the others were "I Got My Brand on You" and "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man").
Alex McMurray sings "You've Got To Be Crazy To Live In This Town" with Paul Sanchez and the Rolling Road Show. The performance happened at a Threadheads benefit concert held at the Sixth and I Historic Synagogue in Washington DC, June 3rd, 2010.
Led by singer/poet Tarriona Ball, Tank and the Bangas play Sunday, March 22 at the Congo Square New World Rhythm Festival. Here, they perform "Crazy" (with a couple brief interview segments) live at the Joy Theater in 2014, part of the "This Is NOLA" concert series. Word to the wise, this is not a Patsy Cline cover.
An Andy J Forest original song performed by Washboard Chaz Blues Trio, and shot in 2013 at the Crescent City Boxing Gym at 3101 Erato St in Central City. With Andy J Forest on vocals & harmonica, Washboard Chaz, and St. Louis Slim on guitar.
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