Friday, December 10, 2010 - 10:00pm - Saturday, December 11, 2010 - 12:00am
Join us Fri. Dec. 10 for Pt. 2 of the ongoing series Soundclash. Brice Nice will be joining Alski in a friendly musical cutting contest. Soul, gospel, reggae, funk and ?. Pretty much anything with a groove.
Alright!Alright! Alroute! Alreet!In celebration of Dr. John's 70th birthday last November 21, the Tone Scientists and Mad Programmers of the Kitchen Sink will be playing 2 hours of the Night Tripper this Tuesday, 12/7/10. We'll play some of the classics, but mainly on the Dr. John work of the past decade, the newer stuff that nobody hears but totally rocks. Or maybe we'll play other stuff.
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation celebrates the rich traditions of music, food and community with the 3rd annual Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival. The festival takes place Dec. 11 & 12 at the Jazz & Heritage Center, and includes holiday shopping at the Jazz & Heritage Holiday Bazaar. Come visit with the 'OZ Outreach Krewe!
The Final Garage sale took place at the Mother-in-Law lounge Saturday, December 4 and Sunday, December 5 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. If you have photos or reminiscences of the Mother-in-Law, please post them in our comments.
To everyone in the WWOZ community, we say a big thank you for all the love and support! Enclosed find a Thanksgiving letter from the General Manager at WWOZ, David Freedman, on the importance of the people that make up the 'OZ family. Need a good Louisiana-style recipe? Check out the archive!
On Saturday, Dec. 4, enjoy an afternoon of free kids activities, live music and pictures with Saint Nicholas in Dutch Alley. Don't miss the annual Christmas parade sponsored by Downtown Development District. Christmas on Jackson Square is nearby with retail specials, Santa visits and more all day.
On Friday, November 26th, the French Market's Annual Tribute to Tuba Fats includes over 20 tuba players in and around the French Market area, playing from 1:00-8:00 p.m.! Starting at 5:00 p.m., the weekly “Fridays at the French Market” features a celebrity jam with tuba players and fellow musicians at the Farmers Market.
As 2011 closes and we ring in 2012, we've been busy compiling show hosts' favorite albums into a list for your perusal. Check out our recommendations to add to your collection of New Orleans, Jazz and Heritage music.