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Music From The Other Port City

Sat, 12/10/11
Authored by Jamie Dell'Apa
Like New Orleans; Seattle and Portland are geographically isolated port cities that have always created their own unique sound.  Unlike New Orleans, the primarily caucasian populations of Seattle to Portland, often tuned their ears to the largest closest city (Los Angeles) ... Read more

Jimmy the Kid Rides Into Town

Fri, 12/09/11
Jimbo Mathus is saddled up and ready to ride into town. He is heading toward the Quarters and the Blues Breakdown Show, with your hostess "The Problem Child". Jimbo Mathus was born and raised in Mississippi and learned the music as it was passed down through the generations... Read more

Crabmeat au Gratin

Thu, 12/08/11
Short of eating it straight out of the crab, we can't think of a better way to eat lump crabmeat... unless it involves a pound of cheese, a 1/2 cup of butter and baked in a casserole dish. A great dish to bring to a potluck dinner or to eat straight from the oven and not share... Read more

Steppin' Out The West Bank Way

Thu, 12/08/11
Authored by Christy
The West Bank Steppers came out on the streets of Algiers on Sunday December 4 for their 22nd annual second line.  HARAMBE was the theme of the parade, which means "Let's Pull together" in swahili.  The Lady Buck Jumpers made a special appearance, and The Small Souljers Bra... Read more

"A Tale of Two Museums"

Tue, 12/06/11
Authored by George Ingmire
This week, we visit the Contemporary Arts Center for live music with Tab Benoit’s Swampland Jam.  We also stop by the New Orleans Museum of Art as they celebrate their 100th birthday.  And finally, Eve Abrams stops by the studio to talk about “Preservation Hall at 50,” an e... Read more

A New Christmas Legacy

Sat, 12/03/11
Authored by Sharon Armstrong
This Christmas season the Irish House on St Charles Avenue will be continuing its plans to provide a venue for live Celtic music in New Orleans, with a little help from the Mississippi-based Traditional Irish band Legacy - fiddler and singer Valerie Plested and guitarist Do... Read more

A Message of Thanks During this Holiday Season

Sat, 12/03/11
Authored by Kathleen Lee
With the passing of Thanksgiving, I thought this would be the perfect time to thank everyone who has been a part of making this past year so wonderful for me. As you know, this past year I have been celebrating my 10th anniversary as the show host of the Swing Session and m... Read more

Fais Do Do-ing at Tipitina's

Wed, 11/30/11
Can you name the musician who has played the most shows at Tipitina’s? It might be a surprise that inside the hallowed walls made famous by Professor Longhair that the answer has nothing to do with jazz, funk, or another New Orleans style. Read more

Show Host CD Picks 2011

Wed, 11/30/11
Authored by Jennifer R. Leslie
Get your audiophilic friends and family the music they've always wanted, by reading our show hosts' favorite CDs of the year, compiled especially for you, our loyal listeners. Check out our recommendations to add to your collection of New Orleans, Jazz and Heritage music. »... Read more

"Turtle Soup at Lüke"

Tue, 11/29/11
Authored by George Ingmire
This week’s program features two sets of music highlighting the guitar, featuring the Ed Barrett Trio, followed by Twangorama.  We also visit Lüke Restaurant for a Reveillon dinner and take a walk through historic Algiers Point. Read more

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