Fall arrives tonight and with the end of summer I thought it be a great
time to review the experience of Bonnaroo this summer. The Boudin Man and
Old Man River attended 2014 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival held on June 12
through 15. This was Old Man River's first time ...
The 2014 Americana Music Awards were held on September 17 at Nashville's
historic Ryman Auditorium (home of the Grand Ole Opry). New Orleans' Hurray
for the Riff Raff was nominated for Best Emerging Artist but lost out to
Sturgill Simpson. However, HFRR did play their song ...
If you haven't caught Galactic with singer Maggie Koerner (or even if you
have!), check out this video recorded earlier his year at Freebird Live, a
Jacksonville, Florida music venue. The song, "Dolla Diva" was written by
Koerner and David Shaw of the Revivalists.
From The Back Side (Part 1)
Sons Of Funk
...King Funk (Rare, Fast & Hard. 24 Essential Funk Cuts From The Label
That Gave Birth To The Music) V A
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New Orleans-born clarinetist, saxophonist, and educator Victor Goines
presents a "clarinet-centric" version of New Orleans music history in this
hour-long presentation at the Chicago Humanities Festival.
Combining interview and performance, Goines demonstrates the evolution ...
BeauSoleil founder Michael Doucet, Aly Bain, and Ricky Skaggs do "Jolie
Blonde", arguably the most famous Cajun song of all time. The video dates
from 1998 and second of the Transatlantic Sessions, a British production of
collaborative live performances by folk and country ...
This week will wrap up the sixth season of Jazz In the Park on Thursday, October 30, from 4-8pm. Featured artists include Rebirth Brass Band, Kermit Ruffins and Joseph S. Clark High School Marching Band.
Here's a felicitous mix of jazz and bluegrass: the Preservation Hall Jazz
Band and the Del McCoury Band perform the gospel standard "I'll Fly Away" on
the Late Show with David Letterman in 2011. The track appeared on the album
American Legacies: Preservation Hall Jazz Band ...
Cosimo Matassa was born in the US in 1926, a single generation after a
vigilante mob stormed the parish prison to lynch and shoot eleven Italians
prisoners to death. The mob violence was a message to the rising political
power of the newly immigrated Italian community; “ge...