WWOZ's show hosts have begun compiling lists of their favorite recordings of 2015. When it's time to shop for your favorite music lovers (or yourself!), let those-in-the-know point you to the latest & greatest sounds in the universe!
WWOZ's show hosts have begun compiling their lists of the best CDs of 2012. When it's time to shop for your favorite music lovers (or yourself!), let those-in-the-know point you to the latest great New Orleans, Cajun, Jazz or Blues tunes.
The 5th Annual New Orleans Fringe Festival hits stages across the city this
week with its special and unusual theatrical features. Fringe Fest is where
one can catch some of the most innovative and creative theater being
performed anywhere in the country today.
Seven years ago, in the post-Katrina world - remember?
The speaker of the House of Representatives advocated to abandon New Orleans
and New Orleans residents were being removed from the city by the national
guard. There was no WWOZ on the air or internet. We were losing ...
Hurricane Sandy and the Katrina Network
Show Hosts Select Their Favorite Albums of 2012
We Give Thanks... To You!
Heritage School of Music
WWOZ's Cookbook: "That Sounds Good"
Chubby Carrier's ...
On Wednesday November 14th The Brasseurs, Corey Ledet & His Zydeco Band, and the Soul Express Brass Band will be at The Maple Leaf to celebrate the release of "En Francais Vol. 2" a compilation of classic rock songs sung entirely in Cajun French. Think: Geno Delafose covering ...
On this week’s program we combine Cajun and Zydeco music with a visit to Boudin and Beer, an event where 50 chefs from Louisiana and beyond prepare this Cajun specialty sausage of ground meat, pork and rice. During the program, we profile four different chefs and their appro...
This article is primarily addressed to the station manager or the unfortunate
designate charged with getting a station back on the air, i.e. returning
operations to “business as usual” after a natural disaster has struck.
Perhaps other disaster survivors, including those...
After the failure of federal levees New Orleans, a group of 31 community radio stations from around the world lent us a much-needed hand as we struggled to stay on the air. Thus was the Katrina Network born. Now, in the aftermath of Sandy, some of those stations need help...