In 2001 a brand new band called Téada burst onto the traditional Irish music scene making headlines on the innovative Irish TV show Flosc. Since then Téada has grown into one of Ireland’s most ground-breaking, inventive and zesty bands, headlining at major music festivals throughout the world, from Ireland to America, Australia to Israel, and throughout Europe.
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This week, we get ready for Cinco de Mayo with the Iguanas, captured live at the Mid City Rock and Bowl – we also stop by the Rum House on Magazine and meet up with Jared Zeller for a preview of Bayou Boogaloo.
The Swamp Shop is selling a new fishing shirt, lightweight and breathable; perfect for festivals and fishing! The Swamp Shop will also have an in-studio sale and will be selling gear during the station's brass pass pick-up times: Tuesday April 24th through Thursday, April 26th, from 11am - 6pm each day.
Sync Up is a conference with a kick. We have a Bloody Mary or two (it’s New Orleans, after all) – or coffee, if you prefer – while enjoying a thought-provoking keynote and a couple of panel discussions. Then we all head over to Jazz Fest, just a few blocks away.