A third generation trad jazz performer and a NOCCA and Loyala grad, Doyle
Cooper took up the trumpet at 10. His first Jazz Fest performance happened at
the age of 12. This year, he led his own band in a Economy Hall Tent set.
Here's the Doyle Cooper Jazz Band playing live i...
The 50-year anniversary of the 1967 “Summer of Love” continues on the
WWOZ Wednesday night Kitchen Sink Show.
We hoped you enjoyed the live performance of Malevitus last Wednesday!
If you missed it or want to see or hear it again you can listen to a 2-week
archive of this...
Toque de Fole
Bel air de Forro
Zouk Anthology by Thierry Cham
1 Thank You (Extended Album Version) Kashmere Stage Band
05:03 Messin' With Sly: A Tribute to Sly Stone
2 Richard Pryor Soul Supporters, The 02:57 The Soul
3 Peace Will Come Southern Avenue 04:11 Southern
4 Tears On M...
1) New Orleans Pride Festival, a weekend of events centered around the LGBT
Community of New Orleans and its allies, happens June 9-11, with the Pride
Parade at 7:30p on June 10 in the Marigny and French Quarter.
2)The 31st Annual French Market Creole Tomato Festival comes...
The French Market Creole Tomato Festival happens June 10 and 11. Music
Dutch Alley Performance Pavilion Stage
SATURDAY, JUNE 10
10:00 – 11:30a Daria & the Hip Drops
11:45a – 1:15p All Around Brass Band
1:30 – 3:00p Kelcy Mae
3:30 – 5:00p Latin Jazz
Headliners for Voodoo Fest 2017 include Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, and
The Killers, while Flow Tribe represents the local music scene.
Voodoo Fest happens October 27-29 in City Park, See the complete lineup here.
1 Night Rumble Inez & Charlie Foxx's Swinging Mockin' Band
03:01 Inez & Charlie Foxx's Swinging Mockin' Band
2 Spirit In The Sky Dorothy Morrison 03:36 Brand New
Day (Buddah LP)
3 City In The Sky Staple Singers 03:45 Ultimate
The 50-year anniversary of the 1967 "Summer of Love" is here and we at the
WWOZ Wednesday night Kitchen Sink Show are celebrating it in a couple of ways
throughout the summer. We will be highlighting music specifically L.P.’s or
Albums as they were called back then released...
1) New Orleans Oyster Festival hits Woldenberg Park this Saturday and Sunday.
Free admission, oysters in just about every form, and great music by the
riverfront. Performers include Flow Tribe, Bonerama, Luke Winslow King, and
2) Birdfoot Festival continues...