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Crescent City Cruise


Today, the organizers of the Jam Cruise announced the talent for their 15th annual event. The psychedelic ship might as well be called “NOLA Cruise.” Jam Cruise’s 25 act lineup is dominated by nine New Orleans acts, not to mention several special guests and an homage to Mardi Gras music.


Revivalists to Play at Revived Orpheum


With Mardi Gras 2016 wrapped, it;s time to look ahead to the next big event, Jazz Fest. Today, the Orpheum Theater announced that The Revivalists will play an April 23rd (first Saturday) show at the venue along with the Soul Rebels and Vulfpeck.


Today In NOLA 11.21.15


Today in New Orleans, get your champagne fix at Bacchanal’s Bubbly Fest or jam with The Revivalists at Tipitina’s. There will be erotic queer art at Peep. Show, and Dance Theater of Harlem is twirling into the Mahalia Jackson. While you’re waiting for the hours to pass and sail on into the weekend, flip on some tunes by Dr. John – he celebrates his 74th birthday today. Keep on keepin’ on with these events.


In The Valley: The Revivalists' Zack Feinberg Talks New Album


By Lucy Leonard

Last Friday (7.17), rising New Orleans rockers, The Revivalists, released their new album Men Amongst Mountains. Coming in on the heels of their previous album, City of Sound, Men Amongst Mountains has a more live sound, with most of the songs having been recorded with the entire band in the same room. While on the long drive from Nashville to Gainesville, Zack Feinberg, The Revivalists’ guitarist and one of the band’s founders, had a chance to chat with NoDef about the new album and what’s next for the band. 


Today in Voodoo 11.3.13


Tonight, The Cure closes out the festival, and Matt and Kim bring their poppy indie DIY music to the main stage this afternoon. Locals The Revivalists are playing a nighttime set at the Flambeau stage, as well as C.C. Adcock and Dr. John. Click through for more picks for Sunday. 


Today in New Orleans 10.27.13


Today, the Saints take on former offensive line coach Doug Marrone in the Dome, who is now Head Coach for the Buffalo Bills. There are dance electronica djs at the Hi Ho tonight, and hardcore punk rock across the Street. On this day in 1768, the rebellion against Ulloa began in New Orleans. Now, more ways to close out your weekend. 


Bay Bridge Fest Brings Revivalists, Dumpstaphunk to MS


This weekend, New Orleans’ biggest bands head east for a festival by the beach.  The seventh annual Bay Saint Louis’ Bay Bridge Fest kicks off this Friday with the spirit revival, and it’s not just because of their headliner. 


Today in New Orleans 10.16.13


From outdoor happy hour to Broadway at the Saenger, there is no shortage of performances tonight in the Big Easy. Check out the schedule for today's New Orleans Film Festival, with screenings all day long from Uptown to Canal Place. On this day in 1864, Huey Long's longtime political rival Judge Benjamin Pavy was born in St. Landry Parish. Now, more Louisiana history tonight for Richard Campanella's "Arrivals" series kick off. 


You Gotta Have Faith

Age of Van: The Music Industry's Circle of Trust



In his latest column, The Revivalists' saxophonist Rob Ingraham recalls a gig that almost went wrong, and how it showed him the music industry's backbone.


Road Rations

Age of Van: The Not-So-Dark Side of the Food



The Revivalists' Rob Ingraham once again tackles the touring meal. This week, the saxophonist recalls the flavors of the road.


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