We're going to try on the second half of the Tuesday Kitchen Sink to do some of the late Hart McNee's music and some of the music that he liked, and include parts of a profound interview that filmmaker and grand Marshall Henry Griffin did with Hart in 2006.
Sometime after 10:30 or so - Tuesday July 21, 2009 - Kitchen Sink.
This week's guest on "Yeah, You Right!" is Joe Krown, whose soulful piano and Hammond B-3 organ graced Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's band for over a dozen years. Now he's got an all-star trio, an Organ Combo, and a weekly solo show, plus lots of sideman and festival work. We slowed him down just enough to answer a few questions.
Previews the upcoming Satchmo Summer Festival with performances by and interviews with Tim Laughlin and Connie Jones. Along the way, producer George Ingmire meets up with Marci Schramm, executive director of French Quarter Festivals Incorporated.
Culinary Crossroads: Bratwurst Sausage with homemade with Sauerkraut & Beef Brisket from the Crescent City Brewhouse.
Peach Melba made its debut in 1892 at a party thrown by the Duke of Orleans in honor of Australian opera singer Nellie Melba. Since then, the recipe has been modified in dozens of ways. Here's a classy take on this French classic, courtesy of Antoine's Restaurant in New Orleans.
Whether it's the Buddy Bolden Blues by Jelly Roll Morton or Marie Laveau by any number of songwriters, New Orleanians have been immortalized through lyrics. On the New Orleans Music Show, Wednesday - July 8th (11am to 2pm) - I will be playing songs about the Care-Actors, to quote Dr. John, of New Orleans.