New Orleans Concert Picks of the Week: April 18-24, 2013

Hungry for live music..? Look no further! Here’s OffBeat’s look at New Orleans’ top concerts for the week of April 18-24, 2013 featuring: Los Po-boy-citos, Robert Parker, Spencer Bohren, Dumpstaphunk, Papa Grows Funk, Charlie Miller, and Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue.

 

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THURSDAY APRIL, 18

  • Chickie Wah Wah: Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, Grayson Capps and Corky Hughes (FK) 8p
  • d.b.a.: Jon Cleary (PI) 7p, Los Po-boy-citos CD-release party (LT) 10p
  • Kerry Irish Pub: Beth Patterson (FO) 9p
  • Snug Harbor: Kate McGarry and Keith Ganz (MJ) 8 & 10p

Los Po-boy-citos plays d.b.a. on Thursday.

 

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FRIDAY APRIL, 19

  • Blue Nile: Kermit Ruffins and the BBQ Swingers (JV) 7p, James Martin (FK) 10p
  • Chickie Wah Wah: Paul Sanchez (RR) 8p
  • Howlin’ Wolf: Al “Carnival Time” Johnson CD-release party with Big Al Carson, Wayne Thibodeaux and Big Daddy O (RB) 10p
  • Rock ‘n’ Bowl: American Routes 15th Anniversary feat. Irma Thomas, Robert “Barefootin'” Parker, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Ivan Neville, Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Treme Brass Band (VR) 9p

Robert Parker, Irma Thomas, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Ivan Neville, Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen, the Lost Bayou Ramblers and the Treme Brass Band play Rock ‘n’ Bowl on Friday.

 

SATURDAY APRIL, 20

  • Carrollton Station: Little Freddie King (BL) 10p
  • Dmac’s: Vincent Marini (CL) 7p, Kim Carson (SS) 9p
  • Howlin’ Wolf: Roots of Music Fundraiser feat. Rebirth, Hot 8, TBC and Stooges brass bands (BB) 10p
  • Oak Alley Plantation: Spencer Bohren (SS) 6p
  • Trinity Episcopal Church: Concert and reception celebrating Albinas Prizgintas’ 25 years at Trinity (CL) 5p

Spencer Bohren plays Oak Alley Plantation on Saturday.

 

SUNDAY APRIL, 21

  • Bayou St. John: New Orleans Earth Day Festival feat. Dumpstaphunk, Stooges Brass Band, Panorama Jazz Band, Flow Tribe, Chegadao (VR) 11:30a
  • d.b.a.: Palmetto Bugs Stompers (SI) 6p, Dave Jordan (RR) 10p
  • Snug Harbor: Butch Thompson (PI) 8 & 10p

Dumpstaphunk, the Stooges Brass Band, the Panorama Jazz Band, Flow Tribe and Chegadao play the New Orleans Earth Day Festival on Sunday.

 

MONDAY APRIL, 22

  • d.b.a.: Glen David Andrews (JV) 10p
  • Maple Leaf: Papa Grows Funk Farewell Series (FK) 10:30p
  • Three Muses: Norbert Susemihl (JV) 7p

Papa Grows Funk plays the Maple Leaf on Monday.

 

TUESDAY APRIL, 23

  • Little Gem Saloon: Charlie Miller (JV) 4:30p, Marc Stone (BL) 7:30p
  • Maison: Gregory Agid, Magnitude (JV) 6p
  • Maple Leaf: Rebirth Brass Band (FK) 10:30p

Charlie Miller plays the Little Gem Saloon on Tuesday.

 

WEDNESDAY APRIL, 24

  • Maple Leaf: Luther Dickinson, Alvin Youngblood Hart and Nikki Glaspie (BL) 10:30p
  • One Eyed Jacks: METZ, Odonis Odonis (RK) 10p
  • Rock ‘n’ Bowl: Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Review (CW) 8:30p

Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue plays Rock ‘n’ Bowl on Wednesday.

 

  • Deltawine

    U want to be cool and live near the action, but are really uncool middleclass folk interfering with local ordinances in regard to noise levels from local clubs which have been in the hood for decades.
    Isn’t this the reason u moved, u want peace and quite move uptown….NOLA is a big town.
    Visitors come to NOLA for music and the good times
    Times are tough enough without this belly ache which will impact NOLA economy
    You know what u get when u move near a honky tonk and if u cant stand the heat in the kitchen get out.

    Support local musicians………
    Keep on Keeping on………………..Deltawine