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Spell casting: Q & Miss P Ready to Rock Region

Did the Halloween rain ruin your fall does of funk? Fear not, the City is due for an emergency injection of costumes, weirdness, and msuic. Quintron and Miss Pussycat just announced dates for their fall tour and NOLA will host the final show.

Glitched Mob: Quintron and Miss Pussycat Release New Video

Is that blacklight just too uptight for you? Fear not, a heavy dose of psychedelia is on the way. Quintron and Miss Pussycat have a new video out. “I Hear Voices” is their latest release and it features all the sounds and visual quirks that locals have come to expect from the Bywater icons.

Spellbound: Quintron & Miss P Announce Tour, New Projects

Quintron and Miss Pussycat are downtown idols, but they are certainly not idle. The duo just announced a series of spring tour dates as well as the now expected eccentric mix of new projects.

Today in NOLA: 1.18.15

Start the day by honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Continue your Sunday by listening to a tribute to Danny Barker. At sunset, Quintron will play the weather, and then in the evening, Big Freedia will cut it up downtown. On this day in 1962, Southern University, the South’s largest HBCU, closed after the majority of students protested the expulsion of sit-in participants. Now, more to do this Sunday.

Quintron To Play The Weather

After 2014’s chilly Mardi Gras, all eyes in New Orleans are focused on forecasts. Quintron is lending his ears to the mix. The local legend will be staging the NOLA premier of his Weather Warlock project at New Orleans Airlift’s Alterpiece installation at St. Maurice Church (605 Maurice Avenue) on January 18. Alterpiece features televisions rewired to respond to sound and Weather Warlock features a drone synthesizer that responds to temperature, wind, sun, and rain.

Today in NOLA: 12.12.14

NOLA nightlife continues to heat up as the temperatures drop. Tonight, Dave Chapelle continues his return to comedy while AcroCats provide a different type of laughs. Hometown favorites Quintron and Ms. Pussycat are staging their unique show in the Marigny and women are arm wrestling in the Quarter. On this day in 1818, engineer and army officer Paul Hebert was born in Iberville Parish. Now, more to do this Thursday.   

Today in New Orleans: 8.30.13

Today, Southern Decadence steps on in the French Quarter and Marigny, while Quintron and Miss Pussycat show off their creations at the New Orleans Museum of Art. It's the birthday of Huey P. Long, and a French Quarter restaurant baring the Kingfish name is set to celebrate in high style. Check out all of today's happenings before Dead Huey Long wakes up again:

Today in New Orleans 5.5.13

Close out your Jazz Fest with Trombone Shorty! All day long, enjoy a free festival with Quintron and Helen Gillet, see Los Po-Boy-Citos on Freret, and catch the last night of giant puppets! On this day in 1713, Antoine Cadillac was appointed Spanish Governor of Louisiana. Now, more to do this Sunday. 

Today in NOLA 5.26.12

Today, the Greek Fest continues, the Big Easy Comedy Festival yields laughter, grand tastings and wine seminars in the CBD, and Quintron and Miss Pussycat get strange at Siberia. On this day in New Orleans history, the Civil War came to LA when the U.S. Navy began the Mississippi River blockade (1861), the Army of Trans-Mississippi surrendered in New Orleans (1865), and former Governor Edwin Edwards married his 29-year-old girlfriend Candy Picou (1994). Here’s how to seize the day:

Today's Events: 1.19.12

Today, the Alabama Shakes bring a dose of old fashioned rock 'n soul to the Quarters, Marigny locals hold a benefit for an outta town DJ and the federal flood is discusses along gender lines. On this day in history, the War of 1812 really ended (really). The conflict's final skirmish even beyond the Battle of New Orleans at Chalmette - wrapped up at Ft. St. Phillip in what is now Plaquemines Parish. Don't think today is over before checking these out:

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