Ole & Nu Style Fellas Second Line Parade was held for the first time since
2019 yesterday! The theme was "A Rising Tide Lifts ALL Boats." The parade
included 11 children and their Queen as a mermaid. Mid-parade, the
clubmembers changed into different outfits. The parade was...
A few highlights from the first day of French Quarter Fest! It feels great to
be back out there, doesn't it? This video features the Babineaux Sisters, Joe
Hall & the Cane Cutters, Soul Creole, Dave Jordan & the NIA, and Lost Bayou
Ramblers. Hear the whole sets from all of ...
The Circle of Chiefs 10th Annual "Indian Cha WA" Downtown Super Sunday was
held on April 10 and featured tribes from all over the city. The procession
of intricate bead work, feathers and harmonious drumming and chants started
at Orleans & Moss (Bayou St. John) and traveled...
Cha Wa performed at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation's Congo Square
Rhythms Festival on Sunday, March 27, shortly before embarking to Las Vegas
as Grammy nominees! Here are two highlights from that set, 'Chapters' and
It was a beautiful afternoon for Uptown Super Sunday, starting at A.L. Davis
Park. These are just a few of the highlights of the Black Masking Indians who
were out to celebrate their heritage and culture. Before parading, Creole
Wild West Big Chief Howard Miller poured liba...
New Orleans drummer Kevin O'Day has passed. Kevin was a well-known figure in
the New Orleans music scene for decades and he performed with many groups
including The Single Atom Theory, Kevin O'Day & Live Animals, and Midnite
Disturbers. He also owned KODSquared Entertainmen...
Here's Kristin Diable's set from the George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage
Center on Friday, March 5, 2022! This concert was held as part of the
"Chanteuse: Celebrating New Orleans Women in Music" concert series.
Carnival parades are producing a lot of excitement this year, after almost
two years of the city being quiet. Krewe du Vieux rolled on Saturday,
February 12, followed by krewedelusion with this year's king, Benny Jones of
Treme Brass Band!
For New Orleans, the pandemic meant an abrupt loss of community events.
Music, parades, festivals, and more came to a sudden halt in mid-March 2020.
After Mardi Gras 2020, New Orleans became one of the first epicenters of
covid-19 in the United States. As restrictions went ...