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New Orleans Music In Exile – Where Did It go?

When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, most of the city’s vibrant music scene was relocated. Even Voodoo Fest, long a New Orleans tradition, was held in Memphis Tennessee the next year. Filmmaker Robert Mugge (Last of the Mississippi Jukes) set out to track down the transplanted New Orleans musicians and,through fortuitous circumstances was able to … Continue reading New Orleans Music I
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