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Will Ferrell Explains Bacchus to Letterman

Last night, Will Ferrell was a guest on Late Night with David Letterman, where he discussed his reign as King of Bacchus. A few details didn’t sound quite right—Bacchus on […]

Kanye West Brings Guests to A Night to Make it Right

Saturday night’s “A Night to Make it Right” got the stars in town. Snoop Dogg played a one-off show at House of Blues, and host Ellen DeGeneres showed up at […]

DJ RQ Away Returns the Shout-Out with New Mix

In the current issue, Brian Boyles takes us through 72 hours with DJ RQ Away, and shows how some gigs are more glamorous than others. Yesterday, RQ Away posted his […]

Jazz Fest News: Springsteen Week

Bruce Springsteen will finish the first weekend of Jazz Fest on Sunday, April 29. Next week, Springsteen will be part of a week-long tribute on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon; […]

Thornton Dial’s Hard Truths at NOMA

The goat is probably the wrong place to start a discussion of Thornton Dial‘s art, but how often does a spray-painted silver goat show up on the walls of NOMA? […]

Dave Grohl Calls a Grammy Do-Over

Like everybody who’s ever thought of a withering rejoinder five minutes after the person who deserved it walked away, the Foo Fighters‘ Dave Grohl thought of what he should have […]

Theresa Andersson Previews New Album Street Parade in a Street Parade

One of the highlights of this Mardi Gras season so far was Theresa Andersson‘s unexpected ride atop a large puppet goose during the Street Parade, due out April 24. Andersson […]

Rebirth Brass Band, Dave Bartholomew and Grammy Thoughts

The best news at yesterday’s Grammy Awards was Rebirth Brass Band winning the Grammy Award for Best Regional Roots Music Album for Rebirth of New Orleans, which was presented during […]

Too Much Reverence? Or Just Reverent Enough?

There’s a lot to like about Chimes of Freedom – the Amnesty International benefit album with more than 70 covers of Bob Dylan songs. Its sprawl means that artists have […]

Madonna: From Super Bowl to New Orleans

“It was curiously flat.” What halftime show was music industry critic Bob Lefsetz watching?  For those who wanted to see guys stand there and churn away on guitars, there wasn’t […]