Kid Thomas Valentine's band performs "Tiger Rag" at Preservation Hall on May 17, 1982, shot by Alan Lomax, the great collector of 20th century American folk music, and his crew. Kid Thomas' career as a New Orleans band leader lasted some six decades, from the 1920s to the 1980s. He passed away in 1987.
WWOZ's Marc Stone pays tribute to his mentor Eddie Bo by covering the 1960 cut "Every Dog Got His Day" at the 2014 Crescent City Blues and BBQ Festival. Catch him on 'OZ on "The Soul Serenade with Marc Stone" on Tuesdays from 2-4p at 90.7FM and wwoz.org.
When life brings you cold weather, whip up some warm and comforting Shrimp Pho! This Southern rendition of the Vietnamese classic soup features fresh herbs and just the right amount of spiciness that'll heat up your cold days. Recipe courtesy of Louisiana Cookin' Magazine.
Behind the Curtain: 34 Years of WWOZ 90.7 is an evening-length celebration of New Orleans music, including: Davell Crawford's tribute to James Booker, Ivan Neville's tribute to the Neville Brothers, featuring Nick Daniels, Tony Hall, Raymond Weber, and some very special guests, plus DJ Soul Sister.