Brand new video, just published this week: New Orleans-based funk-rock band Flow Tribe performs "Back And Forth," a track from their new Alligator White EP, live at Tipitina's. Flow Tribe will be playing at Voodoo Fest on November 1.
For your weekend viewing pleasure, fifty-four minutes of selected tracks from a Grateful Dead show recorded on November 24, 1978 at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ. Among the songs included here are: "Estimated Prophet," "Shakedown Street," "Ollin Arageed," "Fire On The Mountain," and "Sugar Magnolia."
WWOZ will be live broadcasting the Jazz Foundation of America's "A Great Night in Harlem" from the Apollo Theater on October 24 at 8:30 Eastern/7:30 Central. This event features some of the world's finest musicians, working together to raise money for the JFA's Jazz Musicians Emergency Fund. Herbie Hancock will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Voodoo Music & Arts Experience is celebrating its 15th birthday this year, October 31-November 2. The lineup not only features national artists like the Foo Fighters and Skrillex, but also includes and some of the best acts New Orleans has to offer, such as Trombone Shorty, Rebirth, Bonerama, Big Freedia and over a dozen more.
Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton held a series of concerts in New York at Lincoln Center in April of 2011, a show dominated by blues stardards given New Orleans jazz arrangements. Here's the encore, "Corrine, Corrina" featuring Taj Mahal. See below for the concert's full lineup.
Props to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation for another great Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival. WWOZ's video unit live streamed a number of acts from the St. Charles Avenue Stage last weekend. Check out the complete sets from five of those acts (Bobby Rush, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Vasti Jackson, Papa Mali, and Denise LaSalle), over 5 hours of video in total.