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New Orleans Club & Concert Picks of the Week: July 30 – August 5, 2015

Hungry for live music… Look no further! Here’s OffBeat’s look at New Orleans’ top concerts for the week of July 30 – August 5, 2015, featuring: Idina Menzel at the […]

Carnegie Hall Welcomes Student Trombonist Michael Mullins

Fifteen-year-old Mandeville student Michael Mullins was selected to perform at New York City’s Carnegie Hall this week as part of an exclusive International Honor Band program, currently ongoing. The program […]

Revivalists’ New Album Launch Party To Be Held At Tipitina’s

Seven-piece New Orleans rock/soul band the Revivalists has been described by Rolling Stone as “a Crescent City-rhythm spin on jam-band jubilee.” They released their new album Men Amongst Mountains just about two […]

The Radiators’ Dave Malone To Play California Shows With Terpsichords

This weekend, renowned Radiators guitarist and vocalist Dave Malone and will play two rare shows in California with popular old-school funk band the Terpsichords. The first show will take place […]

Satchmo SummerFest 2015 Kicks Off This Weekend

On Friday, July 30th, New Orleans launches its 15th year of celebrating Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong with Satchmo SummerFest 2015. The music will roll on through Sunday. This popular festival provides a […]

Mardi Gras Indian Hall of Fame Week Honors Wild Man

Get ready to get wild. Next week brings the 17th Annual Mardi Gras Indian Hall of Fame Week (August 3rd-9th), an event-packed celebration of the achievements of the Black Indian […]

Dick Deluxe Does New Orleans: SweetDeluxe and More

“Why isn’t this guy famous?” has got to be one of the most frequently heard reactions to a Dick Deluxe performance. Porn star-like name notwithstanding, Deluxe is actually a musician—a […]

Post-Fest Summer Redux Pt 1

The spring festival season has long since melted away, taking with it plenty of tourists and many of our musicians too. Luckily, there’s never a shortage of top-tier live music in […]

Lafayette movie theater shooting claims life of local artist and musician

Sometimes it takes an outsider to see the beauty of Acadiana. Jillian Johnson was that outsider. In a town that is growing increasing homogenous, she was more invested in Lafayette […]

CAC to Launch “Reverb” Exhibit on Whitney White Linen Night

On August 1, the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) launches Reverb: Past, Present, and Future, a curated exhibition of various artists’ works that examines creative practices in New Orleans since Hurricane […]