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Brad Walker and Simon Lott, Redrawblak (Independent)

Like many jazz musicians in New Orleans, saxophonist Brad Walker plays a variety of musical roles. As a sideman and featured soloist, Walker’s skills are put to good use in […]

Smoking Time Jazz Club, Oh Sister Ain’t That Hot! (Independent)

There’s a certain DIY charm to the Smoking Time Jazz Club. This is a band that has earned its keep in the New Orleans trad jazz scene through long days […]

Natalie Mae and Her Unturned Tricks, More Than You Know (Independent)

Natalie Mae Palms is part of a fertile crop of musicians to emerge from New Orleans’ Loyola University over the past decade. Raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, her parents were […]

Zazou City, The Man Who Couldn’t Dream (Jumping Man Records)

Gypsy jazz music, the style pioneered by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli in 1930s Paris, has proven to be both enduring and palatable to a widespread audience. Given New Orleans’ […]

The Bridge Trio, The Bridge Trio (Independent)

Despite the fact that this is the Bridge Trio’s first album, as a musical unit the group has already stunned audiences worldwide and gained a great deal of critical acclaim […]

The Log Ladies, Let’s Build a Myth Together (Independent)

The Log Ladies sprung up from the fertile soil of New Orleans’ improvisational/creative music scene (à la Blue Nile’s Open Ears Series). Comprised of guitarist Chris Alford, bassist Jesse Morrow, […]

Sarah Quintana, The World Has Changed (Independent)

Anyone with a pair of ears can tell that Sarah Quintana possesses a rare talent. The golden-voiced chanteuse has amassed a formidable following here in her hometown of New Orleans […]

MarchFourth Marching Band, Magnificent Beast (Marchfourth Music)

If you’ve seen MarchFourth Marching Band live, perhaps at Voodoo or last year’s Halloween show at House of Blues, you know the incredible energy this band is capable of bringing. […]

Kelly Carlyle, Stethoscope (Independent)

New Orleans, like the rest of the free world, has no shortage of folk-inspired singer/songwriters. As long as the acoustic guitar exists, there will be people pouring out their emotions […]

Bodhi3, Ceremony (Independent)

The music on Bodhi3’s Ceremony is rooted in a tradition of jazz for spiritual purpose as pioneered by musicians such as John and Alice Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders. The band’s […]