Are you one of those people who just can't seem to get enough King Cake?
Eating King Cake ice cream after a day at King Cake Fest leave you wanting
even more? If so, chill out: there are any number of ways to get more King
Cake into your life this carnival season.
One of the best parts of our membership drives is the plethora of live music
we have in the studio. Take a look back at Haruka Kikuchi's performance at
WWOZ last October, one of forty performances we had in an 11-day
span! Haruka is a New Orleans trombonist by way of Tokyo....
We hosted two worldwide viewing parties on our Facebook page over the
weekend! If you missed the party but still want to check out 'Closeup: Tank
and the Bangas,' here's your chance.
This WWOZ documentary is in-depth profile of the exciting New Orleans band
Tank and the B...
We're pleased to accept the Award for "Best Radio Station" from OffBeat
Magazine's 2017 Best of the Beat Awards! The Best of the Beat Awards
celebrates the year’s best musicians, albums, music videos, songs and more.
The Best of the Beat Awards will be held January 25, 2018...
In the middle of New Orleans, there’s a green space on Perdido Street, beside Duncan Plaza. No marker, just some parked cars. But about a hundred years ago, it was the site of one of the most important moments in jazz history.
1 Get Up (Or Get Out) Bloodstone 03:26 I Need
2 Sermon Bobbie Gentry 02:37 The Delta Sweete -
3 Magnificent Sanctuary Band Donny Hathaway 04:26
Donny Hathaway (Self Titled)
4 I Almost Lost My Mind Ivo...
1) Join us Friday night or Saturday afternoon for the worldwide viewing
parties of 'Closeup: Tank & the Bangas.' This WWOZ documentary is in-depth
profile of the exciting New Orleans band Tank and the Bangas as they surge
to national prominence. The film pulses with fiery p...
Bring the Soul!!
(this is the Spotify link to a playlist featuring songs recorded at Fame
The UK newspaper The Guardian summarized Fame Studio founder Rick Hall's
career with these wo...
TRUTH, RACIAL HARMONY & TRANSFORMATION
Tuesday night was an exceptional night of music and unity. The
Truth, Racial, Healing, and Transformation movement sponsored a National Day
of Racial Healing across the country. Here in New Orleans, The Ashe
Charity Hospital: "Where The Unusual Occurs and Miracles Happen"
In 1735, soon after New Orleans was founded, a dying French merchant named
Jean Louis established an endowment in the city for what became the legendary
Charity Hospital. Charity opened its doors at Chartres a...