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Ghost Stories: New Orleans musician Paul Sanchez tells his tale

It’s been 15 years since New Orleans was left for dead after Hurricane Katrina. Officials from the lowest to the highest level of government looted what was left of the […]

Marc Stone: Creating That Bridge

Marc Stone is planning a big celebration for his first headlining gig at Tipitina’s on October 3, the official release party for his latest album Live at Tipitina’s. The show […]

Art Neville Memorial

Grief is not an emotion that invites comparisons. It is an overwhelming, supernatural sense of loss that is an essential part of human consciousness, the realization that a part of […]

Charlie Wooton: Music evolves if not it’s just gonna get stale

It should come as no surprise to anyone who has paid attention to the evolution of New Orleans music in the 21st century that Charlie Wooton is one of the […]

Dave Bartholomew Memorial

    The day after the massive funeral and second line for Dr. John, even as WWOZ was continuing its unprecedented marathon of Dr. John programming, the radio station broke […]

The Rolling Stones from the Inside Out: A conversation with Bernard Fowler

When the Rolling Stones come into town for the group’s No Filter tour, fans will be cheering original members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts. There might even be […]

In Memoriam: Spencer Bohren (1950 – 2019)

You had to be there. Spencer Bohren’s extensive catalog of recordings present him in all his strengths as a singer-songwriter, a guitarist who knew how to frame a song and […]

A Second Chance: Why New Orleans matters to the Stones

The year was 1979. The place was the Venue, a well-appointed nightclub near London’s Victoria Station. The packed house cheered as the lanky figure of Charlie Watts stood up behind […]

Waiting on Mac

When I learned that Dr. John passed away, I went into a state of shock. Malcolm John “Mac” Rebennack Jr. had been ill for some time and had stopped performing, […]

Tales of LAND & SEA: You’re in good hands with Anders Osborne

Buddha and the Blues is not just an album title. It’s a road map that charts the difficult path Anders Osborne has negotiated since his arrival in New Orleans more than 30 […]