Music is a significant aspect in everyone’s life. It provides relaxation and entertainment especially in times of distress. Now that there is worldwide lockdown due to the coronavirus, musicians are also affected. If you have been making music, you would realize that this situation provides both challenges and opportunities. You can take advantage of this […]
THE NEXT 504LIFE FUNDRAISER FOR NEW ORLEANS WILL TAKE PLACE ON MAY 4, 2020 The initiative’s goal is to raise funds to purchase and deliver lifesaving Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for New Orleans area hospitals and first responders 504LIFE is a livestream telethon event featuring local luminaries and stars from around the world who love […]
At this time, it’s easy to feel powerless and left wondering what you can do to lend a helping hand. There are a lot of local organizations that are accepting donations and volunteers. Here’s a list a few places where you can give back. Food Feed the Frontline NOLA This non-profit organization organized by the […]
Can one be progressive and transgressive? Are these lyrics a joke or a stream of unfiltered consciousness meant to be taken on a deeper level?
Paranoize, run by Bobby Bergeron, features interviews and reviews of our underground scene in New Orleans.
Learning to play any musical instrument requires dedication and hard work. Music creates harmony and rhythm at any occasion or gathering. Music bonds people, cities, and even nations. Music should be easy on the ears. One of the most popular musical instruments is the guitar. The pose, the strings, chords and the acoustic music that […]
There will be a second line rally on Sunday in support of Eugene Grant and musician’s rights, beginning at Jackson Square at 2 pm.
For me, jazz is pleasant math. A series of notes and numbers, in sequence, bouncing off one another in structured chaos. Admittedly, my knowledge of the genre is probably closer to the movie La La Land than anything, but I know what I like. And, I like Shawn Myers’ debut album The Silent Life. An […]
Another legendary local has died. New Orleans and the world have lost another legend. Mac Rebennack better known as Dr. John died this morning. He truly was one of the greatest musicians this city has ever produced. It is a very sad day. pic.twitter.com/FhzN5cosWG — Eric Paulsen WWL-TV (@EPaulsenWWL) June 6, 2019 As reported by […]
On Saturday, Apple CEO Cook announced that Apple will partner with the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music.
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