The Sunday after Thanksgiving has long been owned by the Lady Buckjumpers. This weekend is no exception and on Sunday, November 25, this fabulous SA&PC promises to put on a second line that cannot be missed. We have the Route Sheet up for you, and our weekly Takin' it to the Streets podcast featuring Ms Linda Porter, the Lady Buckjumpers President.
The 2012 Oak Street Po-Boy Festival is happening this Sunday on... Oak Street! There will be two stages of live music, over 30 po-boy vendors (come hungry, and be prepared to roll on out of there), panel discussions on the history of the po-boy (ruminate on po-boys in stomach and mind) and a Kid's World for the kiddos to run rampant in
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On today’s program, we start off with the voice and piano playing of New Orleans native Matt Lemmler, followed by the hot jazz harmonies of the Pfister Sisters, a band that carries on the tradition of the Boswell sisters. Later on, we’ll meet up with Trixie Minx, a Burlesque dancer who has delighted audiences throughout U.S. and Europe.
It is with great sadness that we mark the passing of Robert "Bob" French, a fine New Orleans musician and an irreplaceable member of the WWOZ family as host of “French Cooking” and other shows featuring New Orleans music.
The devastation and continued suffering left behind by Hurricane Sandy hits home for New Orleanians, and we understand that recovery is a marathon, not a sprint. As the rest of the country moves on to the latest story, we know that progress and healing don't happen with in the news cycles' short attention span theater.
On Tuesday Novemebr 20th at the Mahalia Jackson Theater New Orleans icons Ivan Neville, Irvin Mayfield, Stephanie Jordan, Amanda Shaw, The Stooges and many many more will be performing in a benifit concert for the NOLA Pay it Forward fund with the proceeds going aid victims of Hurricane Sandy.
On this episode of the In The Streets Podcast we take you back to St. Joseph's Night, March 19, 2012. DJ Action Jackson hit the streets with a recorder to interview members of several Mardi Gras Indian Tribes, from Big Chiefs on down to Spy Boys.
WWOZ's show hosts have begun compiling lists of their favorite recordings of 2013. When it's time to shop for your favorite music lovers (or yourself!), let those-in-the-know point you to the latest & greatest sounds in the universe!