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The blues of Little Freddie King meets up with the annual Krewe du Vieux parade, set to take place January 30 in the French Quarter and Marigny neighborhoods. After that, we'll catch some heavy Hammond organ action at the B3 Summit. And don’t worry, you won’t leave hungry — we’ll also visit chef Chris Lusk at Café Adelaide.
During 2009 we lost some amazing musicians and friends, including Snooks Eaglin, Eddie Bo, and Antoinette K-Doe, who've contributed richness to the musical tapestry of New Orleans and the world. Join us in remembering their songs and their spirits, and add your own tributes to anyone we've missed.
Tune in on the first Sunday of 2010 for Your Cousin Dimitri's annual show of blues, folk and country music suitable for kids. Leadbelly, Woody Guthrie, Elvis, Dylan... all singing for children, or music that could fool you into thinking it's good for the young uns.
As a French Quarter resident, tourists stopped making an impression years ago. However, as I walked through today's Sugar Bowl crowd, I got surprisingly nostalgic about the University of Hawaii fans from the 2007 Sugar Bowl. Sentimental even. Like missing an old friend.
The Tone Scientists of WWOZ will present The music of Sun Ra tonight on the Kitchen Sink to celebrate the New Year. 10 PM - midnight. We'll travel the Spaceways, orbit the heliocentric worlds, visit outer planes of there, and school you on the other worlds they haven't told you of. All hail the master of the Mythocracy, Sun Ra! and his Jet Set Myth Science Omniverse Arkestra.