Cuttin' Class returns at noon on Thursday, October 9, when students from Warren Easton High will take to the air waves on WWOZ. Cuttin' Class showcases NOLa's newest crop of young musicians in a series of live in-studio performances by middle and high school age students from the Greater New Orleans area.
Join Us at the Bogalusa Blues & Heritage Festival!
The third Bogalusa Blues & Heritage Festival happens September 26-27 with a lineup includes Walter "Wolfman" Washington & The Roadmasters, JJ Grey & Mofro, Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers, among others.
WWOZ will be there for a live broadcast over-the-air at 4p.
We'll also be debuting a live video stream of the Ruthie Foster Band at 6:15p.
5-6p Big Daddy O
6:15-7:45p Walter "Wolfman" Washington & The Roadmasters
8-til Paul Thorn
12-1p Big George Brock
1:15-2:30p Johnny Sansone w/guest Chief Monk Boudreaux & The Golden Eagles
2:45-4:15p Mike Zito & The Wheel
4:30-6:00p Devon Allman Band
6:15-7:45p Ruthie Foster Band
8p-til JJ Grey & Mofro
11:45a-1p The Petty Bones
1:30-2:30p Keenan Knight
3-4p Mandeville High Jazz Band
4:30-5:45p Trent & Zac
6:15-7:30p Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers
This show is part of partnership between WWOZ and the Healthier Air for All Campaign (HAFA), a series of concerts around Louisiana in the Join The Movement Tour, promoting healthy smoke-free environments for Louisiana musicians and fans.
WWOZ will live broadcast of Chubby Carrier show from Luna Live in Lake Charles at 10p on Saturday July 12. It's the most recent of six concerts around Louisiana in the Join The Movement Tour, promoting healthy smoke-free environments for Louisiana musicians and fans, presented by WWOZ and the Healthier Air for All Campaign (HAFA).
The majority of Louisianans (79%) don’t smoke. The Join the Movement Tour’s goal is to demonstrate to bar and venue owners that there is wide public support for smoke-free shows. Six venues will go smoke-free to help increase public awareness of the health dangers that smoking causes for musicians and live music lovers.
The concert series kicked off on May 20 when the Blue Nile went smoke-free for the Open Ears Concert in celebration of Sun Ra’s 100th Anniversary with a performance by Jeff Albert, James Singleton, Brad Walker, Ray Moore, Rick Trolson, Jimbo Walsh and more.
The remaining cites and venues are listed below. Check back for artists yet to be determined.