The New Orleans Musicians' Clinic is teaming up with WWOZ to find and promote late night healthy eating options in New Orleans. Whether you're a musician, a service industry professional, or a music lover, you've been out late at night and found yourself looking for what to eat late at night.
Ok, so maybe you're thinking, "Hot soup? In this weather?" but here at 'OZ we are thinking "Bastille Day with brandy, croutons and cheese." Even if Bastille Day has come and gone, you can still celebrate New Orleans' Frenchiness with this fantastic dish. This recipe is courtesy of Louisiana Cookin' magazine. If you like the recipe, then check them out!
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Today’s program is a peek into the more progressive side of jazz, featuring the Rob Wagner Trio with Rob Wagner on saxophone, James Alsanders on Drums and Jesse Morrow on Bass, recorded at Snug Harbor in the fall of 2011.
Tune in on Thursday, July 12, for an extra special edition of Traditional Jazz, starting off with one hour of music dedicated to Uncle Lionel Batiste, Treme Brass Band's bass drummer and co-leader with Benny Jones, who passed away on July 8th, 2012. Unc's inimitable style became recognizable worldwide, as he performed at countless second lines, clubs, and jazz festivals as a drumm
This Wednesday, July 10 we'll remember and celebrate the life of Uncle Lionel Batiste from perhaps a less familiar vantagepoint. One of my favorite memories of Uncle Lionel are the times he would occassionally sit next to me and softly sing the old songs of his youth most charmingly into my closest ear. The vocals of this famous musician and larger-that-life cultural figure are
Tune this Wednesday, July 11th for 3 hours with Mark Bingham. For those who don't know Mark, he's a producer, arranger, musician, engineer, visionary, cook, he does it all! (validated source - pietystreetcom) His studio, Piety Street Studios is in the Bywater section of New Orleans. Some of the music to look forward to: new Iguanas, Taj Mahal, Michael