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‘Dr. John Solo Piano/Live In New Orleans 1984’ via Tipitina’s Record Club set for April! Listen exclusively to ‘Tipitina.’
Iconic music venue introduces new subscription service celebrating the music and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South
Show to feature brand new and legendary performances from the vault, as well as exclusive backstage artist stories
In staunch defiance of the familiar actors-turned-bad-musicians stereotype, there was a distinct magic in Hugh Laurie and The Copper Bottom Band’s live set that evokes the rousing ghosts of a New Orleans vaudeville act.
Today, we remember JAMES BOOKER on his birthday. In a region glutted with flamboyant musicians, Booker’s reputation as both a genius & a flake reached legendary proportions.
Fascinating blues piano master Lee Pons talks about solo, boogie, and plenty more!
Several years back, PBS released a special series of hour-long episodes, each exploring a different aspect of the blues, each…
The piano music that came from New Orleans played a preeminent role in the development of Jazz, Blues, and Rock music, and it’s legacy and rhythms continue to this day.