1) It's a busy weekend in the streets! Chosen Few Traditional Jazz Cultural
Parade is happening Saturday at noon, Single Ladies are stepping out for
their annual second line on Sunday at 1p, and Downtown Super Sunday is
happening starting around 1p. Get all the information,...
Tulane and Southern Universities host a gathering of performers who will
explore the 'Sound of Freedom' this coming weekend.
The line-ups are illustrious for events on Saturday, April 7 and Sunday,
William and Patricia Parker are visiting from New York City to be...
1 It's A Man's Man's Man's World The Fabulous Counts
03:53 Jan Jan
2 I Know I've Been Changed Leela James 02:06 A
Change Is Gonna Come
3 People Get Ready Al Green 06:26 Greatest Gospel
4 Before The Next Teardop Falls ...
New Orleans Jazz Museum Music Curator (and WWOZ show host) David Kunian walks
us through the museum's fascinating "Women of Note" exhibition. The exhibit
highlights the role of women in the evolution of New Orleans Jazz from its
beginnings in the early 20th century to today...
Like so many New Orleans musicians, the legendary clarinet and sax player Sidney Bechet followed a family member into a life in music. But Sidney’s musical debut started out at a surprise party -- with more than one surprise.
Jazz in the Park continues their successful run this spring. The concert
series happens every Thursday from 4-8p at Armstrong Park. Here's this
April 26 Kermit Ruffins, Walter L. Cohn High School Marching Band
May 3 Sporty & the Big Shots, Noisewater
1 Soul Serenade Beau Dollar & The Coins 02:37
Kent's Cellar Of Soul
2 Back To The Dust O.C. Tolbert 02:56 Black
3 The Hand That Giveth Lucky Dube 04:06 Slave
4 plenty of room Barbara & The Browns 02:27
1) Easter is on Sunday and the French Quarter will be hopping! The 19th
Annual Gay Easter Parade starts at 4:30p. The parade showcases the fashion
and creativity of the LGBTQ community dressed in Easter and summer suits,
tuxedos, and dresses with festive Easter hats. There'...