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Essence Festival 2015 – Dance lovin’ crowd
By Geraldine Wyckoff personal loans lilburn ga Contributing Writer The Essence Festival has changed since its early years, though in many ways it remarkably stays the same. Oh yes, like Jazz Fest, ...
PJ Morton – Celebrates in his hometown, NOLA
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer “It’s awesome that it worked out that way,” says keyboardist/vocalist/composer PJ Morton of celebrating the release of his new album, Live Show Killer, in his hometown of ...
New Orleans transplant drops his debut release
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Jamison Ross pulls off a stunner with his debut release, Jamison, on the highly-regarded Concord Jazz label. He will celebrate the event at Snug Harbor on Friday, ...
HAROLD BATTISTE October 28, 1931 – June 19, 2015
Music icon and educator, Harold Battiste dies at age 83
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer “Keeping the music alive” remained the core of Harold Battiste’s philosophical outlook on life and manifested itself in all of his endeavors as a musician, arranger, producer, ...
Mighty musical messages in latest releases by artists
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Terence Blanchard featuring E-Collective Breathless (Blue Note) Terence Blanchard’s trumpet blasts off this album with one of jazz-funk’s most memorable and significant tunes, vocalist Les McCann’s and saxophonist Eddie Harris’ ...
Thursdays in Big Easy is all about Jazz
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Trumpeter Christian Scott totally embraces the concept of paying it forward. Now an internationally acclaimed jazz musician, the New Orleans native remembers those veteran musicians who took ...
Water Markers by Dedeaux, is a feature of the ‘Ten Years Gone’ exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art as the city prepares to observe the Tenth Anniversary of Katrina
NOMA’s ‘Ten Years Gone’ reflects on Katrina’s 10th Anniv.
By Fritz Esker Contributing Writer Ten Years Gone, an art exhibition marking the 10th anniv­ersary of Hurricane Katrina, will be on display from now until September 7 at the New Orleans Museum ...
Live music in Crescent City makes ‘hump day’ much more bearable
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer There have been an increasing number of locale-oriented, day-oriented music events that keep mid-week in New Orleans lively. Wednesdays at the Square, presented in the ...

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