In the performers booth, tucked away in the corner of the Deutsches Haus at 200 S Galvez St, the words “Exactly Ten Minutes Too Late” printed boldly on a red Fuchsia Band T-shirt defied casual comprehension.
Great food and great music — that’s what New Orleans is all about.
Every day, WWOZ serves up a 24/7 platter of Jazz, Blues, and Cajun music, with side orders of Funk and Latin and some lagniappe thrown in for good measure. We dish it out from our studios and deliver it live from many of your favorite festivals. But we can only do it with your help!
We want our creative 'OZ fans to design our next T-shirt, so we're holding a contest! We’re looking for something that combines a New Orleans vibe with the warm fuzziness of the WWOZ family. We'll put the winning design on a limited edition T-shirt, which will be available at our Swamp Shop. The deadline is August 1, so start drawing!
Wednesday night 6/24 at midnight, the aspiring tone scientists at Jazz Lunatique will broadcast our annual celebration of the Solstice and twice yearly communication to the Omniverse Arkestra on Saturn by playing 3 hours of the manipulator of time and Space, the knowledge giver of ancient Aethiopia and Egypt, SUN RA!
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Highlights of two performances from the 2009 French Quarter Festival, beginning with the Honey Island Swamp Band, a group that draws upon the heart and soul of roots music with Americana at its core. Later on in the show, Soul Project spreads a thick layer of funk, jazz and blues across the airwaves.