An Interview That’s ALMOST READY

By Bill Arceneaux – Lead Content Writer Al Champagne, for as long as I’ve been Facebook friends with him, has been promoting his close to being finished documentary Almost Ready, about the New Orleans punk rock scene in the 70s and 80s. With some teasers of interviews released and snippets of photos taken, it’s certainly…

August 14, 2018
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A Night at Gasa Gasa

By Margaret Marley – Contributing Writer I arrive at Gasa Gasa on Freret Street around 9 pm. This is probably my favorite spot to go when seeking live music, especially because of its ever eclectic band schedule. In the past, I have gotten my music fix here, seeing everything from a 70s throwback band to…

August 1, 2018
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Music Review: NIGEL’S DREAM from Tuba Skinny

By Bill Arceneaux – Lead Content Writer I had the fortune, many years back, of discovering Tuba Skinny’s music through a google and facebook search of local New Orleans bands. Playing a range of jazz from the early decades of the 20th Century, Tuba Skinny swings in the hearts, minds and feels of anyone who…

July 31, 2018
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Profile of a Musician- July 2018

BIO Louise Cappi, is an American & internationally acclaimed Jazz/Blues, Soul singer-songwriter, recording artist & Bandleader.  She is the child of the late great Jazz guitarist & pioneer of the seven string guitar, Mr. Al Cappi. Louise has performed with Jazz Royalty,  Delfeoyo Marsalis, the Prince of Treme, Glen David Andrews, & the great Blues…

July 1, 2018
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