1 Way Back Home Jr. Walker & The All Stars 03:44
2 Mighty Redeemer Justin Hinds & The Dominoes 02:29
3 Little Bit Mavis Staples 03:52 If All I Was Was
4 All in My Mind Maxine Brown 0...
It is the end of an era in New Orleans as the last singing produce vendor,
Mr. Okra, has passed away. Arthur Robinson was better known as Mr. Okra, a
man who drove his produce-laden truck through the streets and sang his wares
through a microphone/bullhorn system. The simpl...
1) The application deadline for the Jazz & Heritage Foundation's Class Got
Brass contest is Friday, February 16 at 5p. Schools will compete for up to
$10,000 in prize money at this year's Congo Square Fest, happening March
2) Astral Project will be performing two fre...
Congo Square Rhythms Festival, presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage
Foundation, returns to Armstrong Park March 3-4, 2018. This is the 11th
annual presentation of this deeply meaningful and vibrant (and free!)
festival that celebrates the many traditions that trace ...
Two special shows from Ol' Man River this week! He'll be subbing for Hazel
the Delta Rambler on Sunday, February 11 from 10a-12p. "The show will be very
festive so please tune in," he says.
Then, in his regular slot on Monday, 6-9a, he will welcome the Big Chief and
Sew, sew, sew! The Mardi Gras Indians are putting the finishing touches on
this year's suits now and in honor of their hard work, here's Big Chief Monk
Boudreaux & the Golden Eagles featuring Big Chief Juan Pardo performing 'Sew,
Sew, Sew' at Congo Square Rhythms Fest.
1 Mardis Gras Mambo Reverend Organdrum 02:44
2 lil tipa-tina the five swans 01:50 the music
3 Carnival Time Featuring Al"Carnival Time" Johnson Galactic
03:16 Carivale Electricos
4 Liza Jane (Featur...
The Skull & Bones tradition honors African ancestral spirits and the dead,
inviting them to take a walk on Mardi Gras morning. It’s a way for people
to connect and give tribute to the family spirits that came before them. Each
year, Skull & Bones reminds us all to enjoy lif...