There’s a new music street coming down the pike: St. Claude Avenue. Is music moving east?
New Orleans can beef up its participation and improvement of its music industry by starting early and informing high school students of the opportunities for careers in the music business.
South Rampart Street’s “Black Storyville” is going to change with the acquisition by Cleveland, OH-based developer GBX Group’s acquisition of the Little Gem Saloon, The Iroquois Theater and Karnofsky’s Tailor Shop.
Following the arrest of Little Eugene Grant, we reached out to Jocelyn Kane of RHI (Responsible Hospitality Institute), and formerly with the City of San Francisco, to write a response in […]
On Monday night of this week, the New Orleans Police Department forcibly subdued and arrested “Little Eugene,” a mentally-challenged young brass band member, after being contacted by the owner of […]
The Folk Alliance International (FAI) Conference is set in New Orleans in January 2020.
It’s been a bad week: first Leah Chase, then Dr. John, then Spencer Bohren. Mrs. Chase had a beautiful send-off, and I am hoping that we can do the same […]
Once again, New Orleans is talking about reinstating the onerous Amusement TaxL: killing the goose that laid the golden egg.
Women in music in New Orleans are few and far between.
Music business education is key to the success or and establishment of a thriving music industry in New Orleans.