See what's going on at the station during the 3-day Holiday Brass Pass Blitz. Here is our daily coverage from Wednesday, December 3.
Day 1 — Wednesday, December 3, 2008
WWOZ kicked off our 3-day Holiday Brass Pass Blitz today with a live performance by Brice Miller, playing his "Urban Swing" music with some high-tech accompaniment.
Brice Miller on trumpet.
Paul Sanchez came by the studio with Kimball Packard and Michael Seaman during George Ingmire's New Orleans Music Show to debut some tracks from the new Glen David Andrews album, Walking Through Heaven's Gate. Kimball Packard is Glen David's manager, Michael Seaman engineered the record, and Paul Sanchez performed and wrote a song for the CD.
Membership drive co-producer Lisa Kavanaugh with Melissa DeOrazio, Paul Sanchez, Kimball Packard and George Ingmire.
Big D hosted a massive blues jam on his afternoon blues show, Sittin' at the Crossroads.
Smoky Greenwell with bassist Leroy Freeman.
Leroy Freeman on bass with Roger Martin on drums.
West Bank Mike.
WWOZ sends a special thanks to Willie Mae's Scotch House for the fantastic fried chicken, Magazine Perks for the perfect pastries and Nola Grocery for the humongous po-boys. Way to keep 'OZ going and growing!
Check out day-by-day highlights from our 3-day Holiday Brass Pass Blitz.
- Day 1 — Wednesday, December 3, 2008 — Brice Miller, Paul Sanchez, Big D's Blues Jam
- Day 2 — Thursday, December 4, 2008 — The Palmetto Bug Stompers, members of Grupo Fantasma
- Day 3 — Friday, December 5, 2008 — Doctor John, George French, Juanita Brooks, Amasa Miller, Charmaine Neville, Germaine Bazzle, James Rivers, Gerald French, Todd Duke, and the Honey Island Swamp Band