Journalist Bill Sasser reports on the efforts of New Orleans-based Hope for Haitian Children and its director, Marie Jo Poux, to collect, ship and distribute goods in Haiti, which is still recovering from a devastating earthquake that struck in early 2010. Goods were donated right here in New Orleans, and they are making a real difference on the ground in Port-au-Prince.
It's springtime, the weather is ambrosial in New Orleans, post-Super Bowl, post-Mardi Gras, post- last week's truly endorphinic French Quarter Fest, the prospect of Jazz Fest looming. There is only one way to describe the feeling-we're in love with the city all over again. And so is David Simon.
Olivia Greene is happy to be hosting the Wednesday morning Traditional Jazz Show while Tom Morgan is on personal leave. You can tune in to WWOZ Wed. from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (US Central Time) to hear a different flavor...
WWOZ will bring you Jon Cleary: Piano, Bass & Drums and the Lost Bayou Ramblers live from YLC Wedensday at the Square on April 14. The very next night, we'll broadcast soul legend Betty Harris' rare appearance at the Old Point Bar with the Marc Stone All-Star Band. Tune in and don't miss out!
If you tune into WWOZ's Morning Set this Tuesday, April 13 you will be in for a special treat as New Orleans' own Sarah Quintana will be performing live in-studio starting around 8:30 AM. Sarah earned her chops performing on the streets of the French Quarter and has since gained worldwide recognition as one of the most talented vocalists to emerge from New Orleans.
Susan Cowsill has developed into one of New Orleans’ premier roots/pop songwriters. Her sandy voice and steady guitar skills combine to create music that is enjoyed by fans of country, southern rock and Americana alike. Catch our live broadcast of Susan Cowsill & Friends at French Quarter Fest on Sunday, April 11.