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Armstrong Park (4:30 p.m.)
Official Gay Easter parade rolls through the French Quarter
Press & St. Claude (1:30 p.m.)
The Social Aide & Pleasure Club throws their annual parade through the Bywater
Tipitina’s (7:30 p.m.)
Folk-rock and Americana
Maple Leaf (10:30 p.m.)
Krown, Batiste, and Washington every Sunday
Canal & Bourbon St. (1 p.m.)
Chris Owens leads the charge
Hot 8 Brass Band
Howlin’ Wolf- The Den (10 p.m.)
Premiere NOLA brass with hip-hop, R&B and more
Siberia (6 p.m.)
Debauche performs along with the G-String Orchestra
The Irish House (7p.m.)
Murphy's bangers are the most authentic in town, & the Gaelic jam is straigh outta Offaly
The Prytania Theatre
(12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10)
Wes Anderson's latest features a star studded cast as his signature eccenctrics, this time set in a luxury lodge.
The Marigny Opera House (7p.m.)
A night of "musical meditation" scored by an all female vocal trio.
Gasa Gasa (10 p.m.)
Free weekly show from Martin Krusche’s jazz group
King James & the Special Men
BJ's Lounge (10p.m.)
Weekly Mon Gig- Burgundy in the Bywater for that downtown rhythm and blues.
Glen David Andrews
Treme trombone man brings it on a Monday
Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes
Maple Leaf Bar (10p.m.)
NOLA funk-gypsy-rockers in Carrollton
Charmaine Neville Band
Snug Harbor (8p.m., 10p.m.)
Weekly Mon Gig- The Neville niece brings her soul and her band to Frenchmen
Octavia Books (6p.m.)
Reading: Pirates You Don't Know and Other Adventures in the Examined Life
Monty Banks as Frank Sinatra
Mahogany Jazz Hall (at the Harem)
Old Blue Eyes Impersonator at a Gentlemen's Club
Cafe Istanbull (8p.m.)
Sultry songstress belts out rare gems of the past and originals
Trinity Episcopal Church (6p.m.)
Classical organist creates “nights full of mystery”
Maple Leaf Bar (10p.m.)
2 sets by the Grammy-winning brass band
Kermit Ruffins & The BBQ Swingers
Bullet’s Sports Bar (7p.m.)
Come see Kermit at home in the 7th Ward, and get to bed early
Hi-Ho Lounge (10 p.m.)
Ex-Stooges members retake the St. Claude spot
Broadway St Market (9a.m.-1p.m.)
Weekly Tues Gig- Uptown edition of the city's prime local market
The 6th Ward's home brass band saunters over to Frenchmen for some New Orleans music.
Harry Shearer Launches 'Honey Poo Poo' Webisodes (VIDEO)
NOLA resident Harry Shearer has taken on everything from comedy to Christmas carols. Now, the This is Spinal Tap star is venturing into a the world of webisodes. Featured on My Damn Channel, Shearer's premiere of his new show What's with Honey Poo Poo?, a spoof of the Toddlers in Tiaras sensation Honey Boo Boo. As the title implies, the scatalogical series is not for the squeamish.
Harry Shearer Looks Back at 'This is Spinal Tap' as Vinyl is Rereleased
Blame it on a bizarre gardening accident if you’d like, but there’s little question that Spinal Tap has stood the test of time.
Today in New Orleans 4.8.13
Tonight, post-punk at Siberia, Harry Shearer at Loyola, and weekly gigs from Frenchmen to Oak Street. On this day in 1682, the Louisiana Territory received its name from Sieur de la Salle. Now, more to do this Monday.
Cokie Roberts, Harry Shearer to Speak at Loyola
Usually pushing forward with the day's news, levee criticism or jokes, Cokie Roberts and Harry Shearer aren't much for looking back. But Loyola will find the news diva and comedian in nostalgic moods in separate events over the next week. Roberts is scheduled to speak at the Uptown university Thursday, while Shearer takes the stage Monday, April 8.
Today in New Orleans 12.19.12
Tonight, enjoy sing-a-longs at the CAC and the Allways, plus catch a broadway performance of Mary Poppins. On this day in 1836, the City Council prohibited masked balls and parades. Now, more to do this holiday hump day.
Harry Shearer, Judith Owen Set for 2 Night Holiday Sing-A-Long Stand
by Emma Boyce
Jazz up your holiday season with some much needed folly at the Contemporary Arts Center on December 18 and 19 for Judith Owen and Harry Shearer’s Holiday Sing-A-Long. If you’re already grunting ‘bah, humbug’ at the very idea of a sing-a-long, think again. Shearer—the guy who brought you the sinister scrooge himself, Mr. Burns of The Simpsons, and helped bring you the mockumentary This is Spinal Tap— and his singing, songwriting wife revitalize hackneyed Christmas classics with plenty of biting wit and irony.
Night Out for NoDef Unfolds Tonight on Frenchmen
There won't be a red carpet and the guest list is out in the open for everyone to see, but we did manage to get Harry Shearer for our benefit! This evening, Night Out for NoDef rolls into Blue Nile on Frenchmen Street, with proceeds helping NOLA Defender recover losses from a recent burglary that wiped out the upstart publication's technological capabilites.
Night Out for NoDef Features Music, Art, Shearer
On the heels of last week's burglary at NOLA Defender headquarters, one commenter said it best: "I'd be happy to contribute what I can, but this is NOLA, where's the benefit concert?" Well, he's right. And so, Night Out for NoDef was born. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 20. That night, comic actor, documentarian and man of many other descriptors Harry Shearer will MC an evening of music art at the Blue Nile (532 Frenchmen St.). Music will be provided by NoDef playlist alums Honey Island Swamp Band and Helen Gillet along with a silent auction featuring works by Susan Gisleson, Zack Jacobs, Lance Vargas and more. The cover charge for the evening is $10.
Get Loud and Proud at Harry Shearer's Holiday Sing-Along
by Ryan Sparks
Part-time New Orleanain Harry Shearer has a knack for being both socially conscious and sociable. While we are all proud of the work he’s done with his Katrina doc The Big Uneasy, sometimes we crave his attention to levity over the levees. To that end, the annual installment of the Spinal Tap vet's Holiday Sing-Along at the Contemporary Arts Center on Sunday promises to wreck the silent night with belted-out classics and satirical sendups of your favorite (or most-tolerated) Christmas carols.
'We Broke All the Rules'
The Journey of 'Flood Streets' From Evacuation to the New Orleans Film Festival
Both behind the scenes and the on the screen, Helen Krieger and Joseph Meissner's first feature film reflects the flimsy, joyful weirdness of downtown New Orleans after the flood.
Dead Huey Long, Emma Boyce, Ian Hoch, Will Dilella, Chris Rinaldi, Lianna Patch, Phil Yiannopoulos, Cate Czarnecki, Mary Kilpatrick, Norris Ortolano, Joe Shriner, Chris Staudinger, Kailyn Davillier, Chef Anthony Scanio, Tierney Monaghan, Stacy Coco, Rob Ingraham
Kerem Ozkan, Cheryl Castjohn, Sam Nelson
Brandon Robert, Daniel Paschall
Michael Weber, B.A.
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