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Funk Monkey, Rollin’ Live at the Leaf (Independent)

Funk Monkey features an A-list of local talent including Greg Hicks, trombone (Bonerama); Brad Walker, sax (Eric Lindell/Colin Lake); Bert Cotton, guitar (Bonerama); Dave Pomerleau, bass and vocals (Johnny Sketch […]

The Junior League, Eventually Is Now (Independent)

Recording as the Junior League, Eventually Is Now is the latest release from Joe Adragna. Eventually Is Now is sometimes lush and experimental, but in all the right ways. Where […]

Marcia Ball, Shine Bright (Alligator Records)

For the 15th album of her illustrious career, Marcia Ball enlists Steve Berlin (Los Lobos) to handle the production, and one listen proves that was a wise decision. Recorded in […]

Natalie Mae, Run to You (Independent)

New Orleans, meet Natalie Mae. Now that you’ve been introduced, you need to get to know one another. Although she has been a part of the local music scene for […]

Luke Winslow-King, Blue Mesa (Bloodshot Records)

Blue Mesa is a mature, reflective recording that should help garner Luke Winslow-King the recognition he truly deserves. Recorded in Lari, Italy, the record features guitar phenom Roberto Luti—if you […]

Mark Appleford, “Voodoo” (Independent)

“I Still Miss Georgia” kicks off Mark Appleford’s fifth release of all original material in fine fashion. The song sets the stage for what is to come: solid songwriting with […]

Steve Mignano, “Lucky 13” (Independent)

Steve Mignano’s Lucky 13 is full of confident blues swagger. There’s no doubt that Mignano has worked long and hard on developing his tone, and it pays off nicely throughout […]

Zachary Richard, “Gombo” (RZ Records)

A masterful storyteller, Zachary Richard paints a picture every bit as textured, vibrant and full of emotion as any Van Gogh masterpiece. And speaking of masterpieces, Richard is building a […]

Grayson Capps, “Scarlett Roses” (Royal Potato Family)

After a six-year absence, Grayson Capps has returned with what is arguably his best outing yet. Scarlett Roses features a core band of Capps on vocals, guitar and harmonica; Corky […]

Fortifiers, “Live” (Independent)

Louisiana has produced some of the world’s best harmonica players, and legends like Little Walter, Lazy Lester and Slim Harpo live on in recordings like Live by the Fortifiers. On […]