Robert Finley lives in the small town of Bernice, Louisiana, right near the
Arkansas line. In his younger days, music took him all over the world. He
served in the Army as a teenager, went to Europe as a helicopter technician,
but soon switched to serve as the leader of the...
1 Blues for Charlie Ike Quebec 06:50 Blue &
2 House Of The Rising Sun Dorothy Ashby 02:58 The
Fantastic Jazz Harp Of Dorothy Ashby
3 Evening Dreams Billy Butler 04:12 Yesterday,
Today And Tomorrow
4 Nothing Els...
Here's a taste of what's to come! Calvin Johnson & Native Son performing
'Steepian Faith' at WWOZ last March. For more, attend the free concert at the
Jazz & Heritage Center on Saturday, June 9. Troy Sawyer & the Elementz wil
also be performing. Troy Sawyer's set will start...
On Tuesday I arrived at the Bill Monroe Music Park & Campground
in Bean Blossom, Indiana the birthplace of the father of bluegrass Bill
Monroe. This campground has been hosting the Bill Monroe Bean Blossom
Bluegrass Festival since 1966. For over 50 years some of th...
1 Chicken Scratch (GWP Unissued) The Chilli Peppers
2 It Was Written Down Toots & The Maytals 03:06
3 Grandma's Hands Merry Clayton 03:34 Merry
4 From Warm To Cool To Cold (Deluxe 125) Ea...
1) New Orleans Oyster Festival is happening Saturday and Sunday at Woldenberg
Riverfront Park. In addition to many delicious oyster-based dishes, the
festival will host sets from Shamarr Allen & the Underdawgs, Lost Bayou
Ramblers, Treme Brass Band, Sweet Crude, Bag of Donu...
The final day of any festival is always bittersweet, as I always wish
there would be more. Today would be special, as I was looking forward to a
set by our own New Orleans Suspects and to seeing how DelFest's mostly
bluegrass fan base would react to the musical gumb...
There is some very fine gospel music that graces the stage in the Gospel Tent
at Jazz Fest every year but that's not the only festival that showcases the
genre. Check out the Como Mamas at the 2017 Crescent City Blues & BBQ Fest
below, performing 'Yes He Did.' This group is...
My third day at DelFest rain was in the forecast and everyone was
expecting it, but the forecasts changed almost hourly and by the afternoon it
looked like we had dodged the bullet. That changed dramatically as the stages
were all shut down around 8pm due to lightning...
It just doesn't get any better than this! Irma Thomas sits in with The Funky
Meters at Crescent City Blues & BBQ Fest in 2015 to perform her 1964 hit
'Wish Someone Would Care.' Check out the recently announced 2018 Crescent
City Blues & BBQ lineup here.