New Orleans first family of jazz visited Mister Rogers and played his
composition "Something Isn't Always" for him. Featuring father Ellis Marsalis
on piano and three of his six sons: Branford on saxophone, Delfeayo on
trombone and Jason on drums. CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO
Infernal Blues Machine
Love Is All
Buck D.D. Black
Mississippi Bluze Mass
"Got My Mojo Working," the blues classic written by Preston Foster, was first
recorded by Ann Cole in 1956 and popularized by Muddy Waters. Vinton,
Louisiana native Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown covered the song at Blues at
Montreux 2004, an event at which Bobby Parker and Bud...
Lafayette, Lousiana's Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble perform "Zydeco
Boogaloo," recorded live in concert at the Kimmel Center for the Performing
Arts in Philadelphia on December 6, 2014. The concert was part of WXPN's
Zydeco Crossroads project. The music is great; the crowd...
Pass Me Not
I'm Going Home
Keep On Trippin'
As an African American woman who sang, wrote most of her own songs, and
played a lead instrument (in her case, left handed guitar), Barbara Lynn was
something of a rarity early in her career. In this 1966 TV appearance on the
short-lived TV show The !!! Beat, whose house ba...
When referring to the early days of hiphop, nationally, most people talk
about New York City and southern California. However, New Orleans hiphop goes
back decades, too, and the NOLA Hip Hop and Bounce Archive at Tulane's
Amistad Research Center aims to preserve and share s...
Comin' home baby
04 Have A Talk With God (with Stevie Wonder)
The Blind Boys
Smoking Time Jazz Club performs Jelly Roll Morton's 1926 composition "New
Orleans Bump" at The Music Box last April in City Park. The Music Box was a
musical installation presented by the Helis Foundation which hosted
orchestral performances, artist talks, educational works...
There's no shortage of summer fun in New Orleans. With so many great outdoor
events in June, July, August, and September, and an average high temperature
hovering just above 90 degrees during those months, it's imperative to keep
your cool in the sun and crowds. Here are yo...