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In The Pink: Jeff Watkins of The New Orleans Suspects

In this week’s episode of In The Pink, Jeff Watkins of The New Orleans Suspects pays OffBeat a visit before the band’s free show at Tipitina’s on Friday, July 26. […]

OnBeat Sessions, Episode 3: Slugger

In Episode 3 of our ongoing video series, OnBeat Sessions, funk-jazz fusion band Slugger performs live in Loyola University School of Music’s studio.     Shot at Loyola University by Noé Cugny, […]

In The Pink: Papa Mali

New Orleans producer, guitarist, and songwriter, Papa Mali drops by to chat about his life’s work and his latest acoustic duo project. Papa Mali will be performing at Tipitina’s on […]

OnBeat Sessions: Erica Falls

In Episode 2 of OffBeat’s ongoing video series in partnership with Loyola University New Orleans, the glorious Erica Falls serenades us while backed by some of the city’s greatest musicians. […]

[Video] In The Pink: Khris Royal

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 […]

[Video] In The Pink: Walter Ramsey of the Stooges Brass Band

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 […]

[Video] In The Pink: Dave Jordan

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.  

Videos: Those times Dr. John lit it up

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 […]

[Video] In The Pink: Andre Bohren Talks Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes

Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes will return to Tipitina’s for the Free Friday series on June, 7, 2019.  

[Video] Alabama Slim and Timothy Duffy

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 […]