Here's a historic performance: John Coltrane and Stan Getz doing Thelonious
Monk’s “Hackensack,” recorded in Germany in 1960. It's from the only
known recording of the two great saxophone players playing together. With
Oscar Peterson on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Jim...
Sticking Up For Children is an effort from the New Orleans arts and culture
community that connects people, specifically children, parents, and
organizations in need, to arts/music and the resources necessary for
sustainability and growth. One way 'Sticking Up' does this is...
Dwayne Dopsie & the Zydeco Hellraisers released Calling Your Name at the end
of June. Everything about the album screams southern Louisiana. The tracks
from this high-energy Lafayette-based group range within the Zydeco genre
from upbeat to bluesy to soul/funk. This is the ...
With the weather still boiling and New Orleans hitting its downtime between
summer festivals and tourist season, many of us are spending more time
indoors in the air conditioning. Make your time productive by taking one of
these free online courses:
Basic Concepts of Mus...
August is museum month in New Orleans, which means if you're a member of one
participating museum or cultural center, you and a guest can both receive
free admission to any of the participating locations in August. Many are also
offering membership discounts and special eve...
Papa's got a brand new bag
People Get Ready
The Time Has Come
The Anders Osborne Band with Big Chief Monk Boudreaux (and Johnny Sansone)
rock the WWOZ stage at the 2012 Voodoo Music Experience. This track, "They
Don't Know," comes from their 2002 collaboration Bury The Hatchet.