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Sheryl Crow to Participate in Habitat for Humanity “Build-A-Thon”

On Thursday, May 21st, singer Sheryl Crow will be participating in a massive Habitat for Humanity build in New Orleans East from 9 a.m. to noon to commemorate the 10th […]

Ogden Museum of Southern Art to Host Printshop Pop-Up Sale

On Thursday, May 21, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art will host the New Orleans Community Printshop, giving visitors a chance take fine art home with them. From 6 p.m. […]

Exclusive Video: Sonia Tetlow on Louisiana Jukebox

Louisiana Jukebox Exclusively on OffBeat.com Louisiana Jukebox Creator and Executive Producer Ernest Collins is bringing back the legendary local music and culture show as New Orleans Live. Check out Sonia […]

Bayou Boogaloo 2015 Dishes Up A Musical Smorgasbord

From brass band music to instrumental rock, hip-hop to zydeco, trad jazz to Indian funk, Bayou Boogaloo 2015 featured such a diverse range of great local acts that it would […]

Exclusive Video: Soul Rebels on Louisiana Jukebox

Louisiana Jukebox Exclusively on OffBeat.com Louisiana Jukebox Creator and Executive Producer Ernest Collins is bringing back the legendary local music and culture show as New Orleans Live. Check out the […]

Video: Faces of Frenchmen Ep 6: Delfeayo Marsalis

Trumpeter and bandleader Delfeayo Marsalis sits down to talk about playing music in New Orleans. Marsalis gives us his take on the musical and culture of New Orleans since Hurricane […]

Travis “Trumpet Black” Hill’s Funeral Services Announced

Travis “Trumpet Black” Hill‘s body returned to the US last night and his services, to be handled by the Charbonnet Funeral Home, have been announced. There will be a private viewing […]

Travis “Trumpet Black” Hill Benefit Set For 5/19

Update: Hill’s body returned to the US last night and funeral services have been announced, see here. Tomorrow night, Cafe Istanbul will host a benefit for Travis “Trumpet Black” Hill‘s mother in […]

Photos: Bayou Boogaloo 2015

After a brush with bad weather Friday night, Bayou Boogaloo 2015 was graced with nearly perfect weather for the remaining two days of the festival. A small army of music […]

Notes From the Bayou: Bayou Boogaloo 2015 Marks 10 Years of Festing

It’s hard to believe a decade has passed since Katrina devastated homes, neighborhoods, and lives all over the city. Bayou Boogaloo 2015 was yet another reminder of how much time […]