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The Guerilla Haikus are down. Someone swept the Elysian Fields neutral grounds and took them all – or all I was aware of. Id feel worse if a) the signs […]

Mystery Messages

Since Katrina, Ive found all surreal, inexplicable public markings reassuring, as if an underground chooses to speak to power in a language that renders it powerless. With that in mind, […]

The Effect Explained

  The new ticket pricing for The Domino Effect show at the New Orleans Arena May 30 with B.B. King, Chuck Berry, Little Richard (with local Ready Teddy), Ozomatli, Wyclef […]

Domino Affected?

[UPDATE BELOW] I heard a rumor this morning that Domino Effect ticket prices have been lowered. Anybody know anything about that? Update 5:20 p.m. – I got confirmation that tickets […]

Tough Gig

Yesterday I didn’t envy Knoxville’s Scott Miller. He played as part of the National Train Day celebration in New Orleans in the Amtrak Station, surrounded by tables manned by retirees […]

Jazz Fest, Day Seven

  Last day, and Jonathan Batiste starts it with admirable nerve with a melodian solo. The air-powered instrument only has a two-octave, making the piece a rather tight meditation on […]

Jazz Fest, Day Six

Felt a bit uninspired to start the day. The stickiness was a drag and wandering the same grounds is starting to feel a bit repetitive, even if it is to […]

Sunday at the Fest

  I dunno – if there ever was a day to camp out at Acura Stage, it’s this one. That’s always seemed to me the worst possible way to experience […]

Jazz Fest, Day Four

  At 11:20 a.m., the audience at Acura Stage was loose but covered the expanse of the Acura Stage in anticipation of Sugarland. If Jazz Fest booked country on Saturday […]

Saturday at the Fest

  I’m not feeling a lot of love for this day’s lineup, but here’s where I’ll try to be: 11:15 a.m. – Jamal Batiste & the Jam-Allstars – Gentilly Stage […]