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The Doctor is In!


We know that the oil is not gone. However, our friends in Washington seemed to have caught some amnesia... That's the Big Easy's best medical professional is heading North. That's right Dr. John is taking our cause to the Big Chiefs in Washington.

The exact course of his action is unclear, but methinks a concert may be in store, as the the Doctor has lined up a whole gang of big name musicians to join the cause. Not surprisingly, they have all recorded and/or played major shows down here recently. For example, R.E.M., Ozzy Osbourne, My Morning Jacket, and OK GO all make the list. Today, Politico runs a story with some deets which does not excuse their insistence on referring to Dr. J by his actual name, "Rebennack" throughout the article.




It sure would be nice if the

It sure would be nice if the late Dimitri Fouquet had his name appear somewhere on his painting.

Dr. John may have copyrighted the image for his album, but seriously Dimitri should get credit as the creator of this masterpiece & the Marie Leveau portrait on the flip side of Dr John's release.

I'm sure you guys didn't know, but all the same, he did paint them.

It sure would be nice if the

It sure would be nice if the late Dimitri Fouquet had his name appear somewhere on his painting.

Dr. John may have copyrighted the image for his album, but seriously Dimitri should get credit as the creator of this masterpiece & the Marie Leveau portrait on the flip side of Dr John's release.

I'm sure you guys didn't know, but all the same, he did paint them. Then he died, and his widow got nothing.

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