Pfister Sisters 9:00 pm Friday April 25, 2014

Since 1979 the Pfister Sisters have been bringing traditional jazz from New Orleans to the world. Holley Bendtsen, Yvette Voelker and Debbie Davis (in truth, neither Pfisters nor Sisters) have shared stages with everyone from Linda Rondstadt and Irma Thomas to Maxine Andrews of the Andrews Sisters. Steeped in New Orleans traditional jazz, they carry on the legacy of...

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New Orleans Nightingales 9:00 pm Saturday April 26, 2014

 The New Orleans Nightingales are a diverse group of the best and brightest singers in New Orleans. Steeped in the musical traditions of early American music, the ladies of the New Orleans Nightingales bring new life to this hundred- year art form through new compositions, vibrant live performances and a commitment to the idea that traditional jazz and folk music is...

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Christian Winther 9:00 pm Sunday April 27, 2014

Christian Winther Soul House combines the sound of modern lyricism with swing, energy and engaging performance. The quartet performs original modern music rooted in the jazz tradition that has an eye to the future. Soul House features original compositions by Christian along with jazz standards arranged for the group. Based in New Orleans since 1997, Danish-born...

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EMEFE 8:00 PM Tuesday April 29, 2014

EMEFE a 10-piece afrobeat/pop group currently generating a substantial amount of buzz in the Northeast.  They draw their inspiration from Fela Kuti and the vibrant music scene of New York City.  EMEFE has only one intention: to play music that frees everyone in the audience. Featuring a rhythm section led by percussionist Miles Arntzen and a full horn section, the...

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David and Roselyn 8:00 pm Wednesday April 30, 2014

If you have spent much time strolling in the French Quarter you have probably seen David and Roselyn dressed in purple surrounded by instruments playing folk music and blues on Royal Street or at Jackson Square.  They met in San Antonio, Texas in 1959 touring Air Force Bases throughout the United States.  Over the past 55 years they have toured the world playing...

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Little Freddie King 9:00 pm Thursday May 1, 2014

  Born in McComb, Mississippi in 1940, Fread E. Martin grew up playing alongside his blues guitar-picking father (Jessie James Martin).  He rode the rails to New Orleans during the early 50′s where he crossed paths with itinerant South Louisiana blues men such as “Poka-Dot” Slim and “Boogie” Bill Webb whose unique country-cum-urban...

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Ingrid Lucia 9:00 pm Friday May 2, 2014

Born into a family of street musicians, Ingrid Lucia sang in her family band, the Flying Neutrinos, from the age of eight. This sassy New Orleans native has a voice that’s prompted thousands of comparisons to Billie Holiday. But despite her stylistic similarities to Lady Day, Lucia’s delivery is upbeat, fun and just a bit naughty, in the true Big Easy...

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The Deslondes 9:00 PM Saturday May 3, 2014

The Deslondes (formerly Tumbleweeds) are a New Orleans-based country-soul, swamp-boogie band. In their writing and performing, they combine elements of early Stax, Sun and Atlantic records with the influence of a more raw, stripped-down sound gleaned off field recordings from Alan Lomax and Mississippi Records catalogue. In their writing as well as their lives, The...

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Minister John Mosely and Friends 2:00 pm Friday May 9, 2014

John L.C. Mosely  brings his brand of Gospel and Jazz Standards from Baton Rouge.   Admission is only $5.   Buy Tickets...

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The Iguanas 8:00 PM Saturday May 10, 2014

Based in New Orleans for over 20 years, The Iguanas play easy tempo rock songs with some Latin Cumbia and Norteño music mixed in to get the party going.   The group has produced 8 studio recordings of original material and logged thousands of miles on the road.  Their songs have been featured on TV shows, compilations and even Muzak.  The Iguanas newest record...

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