By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer One of the most remarkable aspects of this year’s best live performances in New Orleans is that so many of
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Last week, kudos were given to the local musicians who earned Grammy nominations for albums released in 2015. Naturally, all
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Terence Blanchard's new endeavor with his electronically enhanced E-Collective band could have been deemed a shoo-in for a nomination in the Grammy Awards’ Best Jazz Instrumental Album. ... Reports on Tom Joyner’s retirement ‘inaccurate’
(Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from Target Market News) — A story that recently appeared in the London-based Daily Mail Online reported that radio legend Tom Joyner was ... Music legends, past and present, take center stage this week
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Branford Marsalis Quartet + Kurt Elling – Four Big Nights It is difficult to believe that the last time saxophonist Branford Marsalis headlined at Snug Harbor, New Orleans ... Nigel Hall – A Man of Funk ‘n Soul
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer One listen to Nigel Hall’s debut release, Ladies & Gentlemen...Nigel Hall, and it becomes obvious that the keyboardist and vocalist is way hip to the inner workings ... Which nine rappers made more than $20 million in 2015?
By EURWeb Rap music is alive and well, and in fact is still a very profitable industry. Many rappers every year make millions from record sales, merchandise sales, touring, streaming, publishing, endorsements ... Iconic musician and songwriter, Allen Toussaint dies at 77
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer “Any setting in New Orleans, as far as I’m concerned, is pretty close to perfect,” Allen Toussaint once proclaimed. The renowned composer, producer, pianist and ... NOBA ballet prodigy dances her way to Harlem
[caption id="attachment_20358" align="alignright" width="650"] Cori Lewis (foreground) and classmates practice for their performance with the Dance Theatre of Harlem | Photo by Jeff Strout, courtesy of New Orleans Ballet Association[/caption] By ... Little Freddie King – From a freight car to fame
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Little Freddie King has come a long way from playing back-of-town juke joints to offering up his blues at the French Quarter’s lovely Historic New Orleans Collection ...
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