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The saxophonist from New Orleans talks about the many hats he has worn as a sideman and bandleader over the years. He brings his band Dark Matter to Tipitina’s on […]
Walter Ramsey, co-founder of the Stooges Brass Band comes in with the origin story of the veteran brass band and more in the edition of in the pink. The Stooges […]
New Orleans roots rocker, guitarist singer and songwriter Dave Jordan is a storyteller at heart. Jordan will bring his Neighborhood Improvement Association to Tipitina’s on Friday, June 14, 2019.
That time B.B. King introduced Etta James on “I’d Rather Go Blind” and Mac crashed the party That time Mac, Professor Longhair, Earl King and The Meters all performed […]
Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes will return to Tipitina’s for the Free Friday series on June, 7, 2019.
Originally from Tuscaloosa, Alabama Slim has lived in New Orleans since 1965. Close to his cousin Little Freddie King, the 80-year-old bluesman has received important financial support from the non-profit Music Maker […]
After things go south in the days leading to Jazz Fest, the Trumpet Mafia takes drastic measures to clean their name, to the dismay of local guitarist and smile inducer […]
Drummer Stanton Moore talks about his mentors and upbringing, purchase of Tipitina’s and Jazz Fest.
Bonerama frontman Mark Mullins stops by the OffBeat studios to talk about the band’s new album ahead of the 2019 Jazz Fest.
An unusual combination of New Orleans talent gathers around original compositions by local clarinetist/saxophonist Byron Asher, whose vision for Skrontch was to compose music illustrating the socio-economic environment surrounding the […]