Tag Archives: Clandestine Celluloid Film Series

Hero of the Ponderosa Stomp: Historic Films’ Joe Lauro

A young Clarence “Frogman” Henry, singing in his prime in the corner of a late-1950s Bourbon Street Bar, backed by a crack lineup of New Orleans musicians. For those who wish they could have been there, last year’s Heroes of the Ponderosa Stomp film was a highlight of the festival. The film—part of the Stomp’s [...]

Ponderosa Stomp Festivities Begin with the Drop of A Hip Tonight

The 2010 Ponderosa Stomp music festival officially begins tonight with the Hip Drop party at d.b.a. Curated by DJs Soul Sister and Brice Nice, the night features 10 top-of-the-line DJs and record collectors playing all (rarer than rare) 45s. Brice Nice is the only New Orleans DJ—the rest range from Portland, Oregon to New York [...]

Ponderosa Stomp’s Clandestine Celluloid Film Series Screening James Booker Documentary

[UPDATED] The Ponderosa Stomp has been educating and entertaining fans for nine years, and in that time it has spawned not only a music history conference, but also a film series.  The Stomp’s Clandestine Celluloid Film Series takes place Friday, September 24 and Saturday September 25 at One Eyed Jacks. The films shown are rarely seen [...]