The New Orleans African American Museum, Coaxum Enterprises and The Historic Faubourg Treme Association proudly present Christmas In Treme’ A neighborhood Holiday Celebration featuring live music by Treme’s own Glen David Andrews and The Congo Square Preservation Society on Friday, December 14, 2012 from 6pm-10pm. The entire family is invited for an evening of holiday music, refreshments and a tree lighting ceremony in the beautiful gardens of the Treme Villa at the New Orleans African American Museum in the heart of the historic Treme’, 1418 Governor Nicholls Street. For more information, please call 504 566-1136 or visit www.noaam.org.
ALL OF THE PROCEEDS from this killer lineup are going direcly to WFMU!
Quintron and Miss Pussycat | Happy Talk Band | Babes | Life Without Elvis | Lonely Lonely Knights | Guitar Lightnin' Lee and the Thunder Band | DJ Matty | Bunny | Lingerie | Penetrol | Pretty Cats | Euclid Records DJs
“WFMU-FM is a listener-supported, non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.1 Mhz FM in Jersey City, NJ, right across the Hudson from lower Manhattan. It is currently the longest running freeform radio station in the United States.
WFMU's programming ranges from flat-out uncategorizable strangeness to rock and roll, experimental music, 78 RPM Records, jazz, psychedelia, hip-hop, electronica, hand-cranked wax cylinders, punk rock, gospel, exotica, R&B, radio improvisation, cooking instructions, classic radio airchecks, found sound, dopey call-in shows, interviews with obscure radio personalities and notable science-world luminaries, spoken word collages, Andrew Lloyd Webber soundtracks in languages other than English as well as Country and western music.
All of the station's programming is controlled by individual DJs and is not beholden to any type of station-wide playlist or rotation schedule. Experimentation, spontaneity and humor are among the station's most frequently noted distinguishing traits. WFMU does not belong to any existing public radio network, and close to 100% of its programming originates at the station.”