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Mardi Gras World, 8p.m.
Latch, Help Me Lose My Mind musicians
Flick about child assassins
Columns Hotel, 7p.m.
Mortality and the Gulf South
Chickie Wah Wah, 8p.m.
Nola native guitarist
Blue Nile, 10p.m.
This week ft. WATIV
Champions Square, 8p.m.
English indie rock band
The Civic, 7:30p.m.
Also ft. Andrew Duhon
UNO Lakefront Arena, 7:30p.m.
Alt-rock band from Long Island
The Saenger, 8p.m.
Theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ novel
Maple Street Book Shop, 7p.m.
Travels in Southern Literature
Champions Square, 7p.m.
Harlem rapper come to NOLA
The Civic, 8p.m.
Swedish heavy metal band
This week ft. King Edward
Garden District Book Shop, 6p.m.
Account of Edgar Degas in Nola
Smoothie King Center, 7:30p.m.
Pop musician known for licking donuts she doesn’t buy
Howlin’ Wolf, 6:30p.m.
Country and Western Rhinestone Revue
The Civic, 6:30p.m.
Also ft. Superjoint, Veil of Maya, Prong and Witch Mountain
Opening of Traditions Transfigured
Mahalia Jackson Theater, 8p.m.
Opera story of love and sacrifice
Orpheum Theater, 8:30p.m.
Singer-songwriter and country music pioneer
Smoky Mountain singer-songwriter
The Civic, 8p.m.
Nashville rock band
Reggae from Cali
Experimental feature and drag performance
Reyn Studios, 7p.m.
Crescent City Farmers Market fundraiser
With Curator, Michael Meads
Part of Halloween Classic Series
Magicians from the hit TV show
Chickie Wah Wah, 8p.m.
George Porter Jr., Robert Hunter and Bill Kreutzmann
Passing Time at the Maple Leaf
Gentle reader, it is said that Time keeps everything from happening all at once. Apart from that, I find it a nuisance. My free ride to Uptown came well before Rebirth Brass Band was to play. And I was bound to sit upon a barstool and wait. Day bled out to night as the patrons traded faces, and I struggled to remain coherent in a bar that alters by hours as a year through the seasons. Come, my friends, and keep the watch with me at The Maple Leaf Bar.
Today in NOLA: 5.19.15
Get ready for a book launch downtown today. Plus, Rebirth and the Treme Brass Band are playing a couple classic NOLA gigs. On this day in 1949, Elisha Archibald Manning III (better known as Archie) was born. Manning played for the Saints from 1971 to 1982 and sired two sons, Peyton and Eli. More on activities today after the jump.
Jazz Fest After Hours: 5.02.15
The Fest ends tomorrow. So, make the most of tonight! A couple big acts like Kreutzman’s Voodoo Dead, Primus, and the EDM’s Go Hard Tour are in town. Plus, there is funk, jazz, and afrobeat at nearly every venue in town. Over 20 different acts to check out tonight follow.
Today in NOLA 4.20.15
Today marks the Fifth Anniversary of the Big Oozy disaster. BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig exploded, killing 11 people, and then proceeded to leak millions of gallons of crude into the Gulf. The hemorrhaging took almost six months to stop and the effects are still with us today. On a brighter note, click through to find out about all the music in town tonight.
Today in NOLA 4.14.15
The rain shows no sign of stopping this week. The good news is that the music doesn’t either. A pair of experimental music series are bookending the map, uptown at Gasa Gasa and downtown at the Blue Nile. Over at the Leaf, Rebirth playing their regular hometown gig. On this day in 1965, Fats Domino’s “Ain’t that a Shame” was released.
Today in NOLA: 2.24.15
Tonight offers a good mix of classic music and third wave parties. And, there will be a farmers’ market beforehand to get y’all right for making groceries. On this day in 1927, the Lake Charles Little Theater opened its doors for the first time. Now, more to do in NOLA’s 2015 theaters.
Today in NOLA: 2.15.15
Sunday features some of New Orleanians favorite parades. After the beads and the plush, the super-krewes of New Orleans music will be gigging. Rebirth is at the Prytania, Trombone Shorty is at Tips, and Flow Tribe is at Generations Hall. On this day in 1957, influential Civil Rights group the Southern Christian Leadership was founded. Now, more to do this Saturday.
Classic Mardi Gras Music
Time is ticking before New Orleanians must once again pack their favorite Carnival albums and wait a year. If you don't feel like strolling down Bourbon St. in the interim, NoDef has put together a playlist for you with all the classics from Dr. John to Al "Carnival Time" Johnson. Very few cities have music for every season, and none have better music in any season than New Orleans.
Click through to listen.
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:
At the Square
By Laura Cayouette
Dr. John will be playing this week's Harvest the Music benefitting Second Harvest, Wednesday the 6th at 5pm at Lafayette Square. Last week's concert featured Rebirth Brass Band. The huge crowd was packed Jazz Fest-style into the small urban park on one of the most wonderful weather days of the year.
Dead Huey Long, Emma Boyce, Elizabeth Davas, Ian Hoch, Lindsay Mack, Anna Gaca, Jason Raymond, Lee Matalone, Phil Yiannopoulos, Joe Shriner, Chris Staudinger, Chef Anthony Scanio, Tierney Monaghan, Stacy Coco, Rob Ingraham,
Cheryl Castjohn, Sam Nelson
Brandon Roberts, Rachel June, Daniel Paschall
Michael Weber, B.A.
B. E. Mintz
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Minced Media, Inc.