Singer, songwriter, musician and actor Jesse Moore has traveled the world, performing on concert and theatrical stages as well as the big and small screens. He wrote and recorded "The Hoodoo Man" in 2003, inspired by New Orleans, and began playing on Bourbon Street and every major club in the city, as well as the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and the French Quarter Festival.Chip Wilson is a roots music singer/songwriter from New Orleans. Chip has played clubs and festivals in the US, South America and Europe, performing a mix of classic and original American music including jazz, blues, folk, country, R & B and funk. He has performed or recorded with Grammy winners Charles Neville, Leroy Preston and Michael Ray, as well as with New Orleans R & B legends George Porter Jr., Tommy Ridgely, Oliver Morgan, Erving Charles Jr., Eddie Bo and Ernie K-Doe.
Mia Borders can sing about life, love, and loss and make listeners feel it. In 2006, Mia and a few talented friends joined forces as a funk/rock/soul group that was quickly hailed as “New Orleans’ hottest buzz band” by Where Y’at Magazine. Mia regularly plays legendary stages like Tipitina's, Howlin’ Wolf, Blue Nile, Carrollton Station, and The Parish at the House of Blues, among others.
The Mia Borders Quartet will be playing live at WWOZ studios to support our Spring 2010 Membership Drive. Hosted by Dennis "Big D" Schiably.
Midnight Streetcar, local seasoned favorites, will be coming into the studio to help support our Spring 2010 Membership Drive. Led by bassist Cullen Landry and the powerful vocals of Laurin Munsch, their classic New Orleans R&B sound has been pleasing local crowds and parties for a long time, and we are thrilled that they will be playing live on the air. Hosted by Jivin' Gene.
Coco Robicheaux, the son of Choctaw and Cajun parents, spent his early years between his native swamplands of rural Ascension Parish, Louisiana, and the French countryside. By age 15 he was playing on Bourbon Street and signed his first record contract with the Mississippi J.B. label in 1965.
Coco contributed to the New Orleans Musicians' Clinic by performing gratis and donating a track to the 'Get You a Healin' CD. Mr. Robicheaux was inducted into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame on Oct. 24, 2009.
Coco will be performing live in the WWOZ studios to support our spring membership drive. Hosted by Marc Stone.