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Quincy Mumford and the Reason Why invite local musicians to join super jam

Tomorrow night, July 25th, The Den at the HowlinWolf will host New Jersey based reggae group Quincy Mumford and the Reason Why. On the road in support of their fifth studio album Its Only Change, we caught up with the band to findShow More Summary

Watch: Jack White covers The Police, Talking Heads at Paris show

White also tackled Bob Dylan, Robert Johnson, and Howlin' Wolf over the course of the 27-song setlist.

TVD Recommends: BRASStravaganza at the HowlinWolf, 6/13

No one would argue that New Orleans always has room for one more festival. Tonight at the HowlinWolf, a new monthly brass band series begins featuring the divergent styles and songs of seven brass bands in one powerhouse evening. It...Show More Summary


3 months agoOdd : HiLobrow

Music as volatile as bare wires, as raw as a flayed body.

Song of the Day: “Smokestack Lightning”

HowlinWolf is the moniker of Chester Arthur Burnett, the legendary blues artist whose voice gave him his name. But the 6 foot 3, 270 lb. Burnett may have just as easily earned his reputation from the feral spirit animating his mus...

TVD Recommends: Celebrating 15 Years of the Boom Boom Room with a Grand Slam at the HowlinWolf, 5/1

Boom Boom Room Presents, the San Francisco based promotion company, is celebrating its fifteenth year at Jazz Fest by adding a show like no other. Tonight, May 1st from 8:30 PM to the wee hours of the morning, the HowlinWolf, willShow More Summary

The Jazz Diaspora: Willie, Hubert, and Big Foot Chester

5 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Big Foot Chester is the lesser-known alias of Chester Arthur Burnett, who is best known as Howlin' Wolf and when you hear him sing you'll know why. He possessed one of the most powerful voices in the history of blues, and had Howlin'...Show More Summary

"Goldfinger" Returns, Courtesy of Sharon Jones and Martin Scorsese

Like many works in Martin Scorsese's estimable oeuvre, The Wolf of Wall Street is brimming with pop songs. The soundtrack features an assortment of memorable hits from the past, including Eartha Kitt's "C'est Si Bon" and Howlin' Wolf's...Show More Summary

Newswire: Hear Sharon Jones cover the Goldfinger theme for The Wolf Of Wall Street 

Martin Scorsese films are infamous for meticulously selected soundtracks, and the three-hour epic The Wolf Of Wall Street is no exception, featuring tracks by Billy Joel, Bo Diddley, HowlinWolf, and Eartha Kitt. But The A.V. Club has the...Show More Summary

The HowlinWolf celebrates 25 years!

It’s hard to believe that it’s been a quarter of a century, but time flies when you’re having fun. The club, which debuted on Dec. 8, 1988 in a small, L-shaped room in Fat City has evolved into one of the city’s premier live music venues, presenting a mix of local and national musical acts […] The post The HowlinWolf celebrates 25 years! appeared first on The Vinyl District.

TVD Recommends: Nolarado Flood Relief Benefit at the HowlinWolf, 12/14

When New Orleans was flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, musicians all over the world staged benefits to aid the city and its residents. Now it’s our turn. This benefit, which is daytime event at the HowlinWolf, is raising funds for those affected by the floods in Colorado. Show More Summary

Artists Pay Tribute To The Endangered Gray Wolf, With Robot Arms And Hacked Blueberries

The wolf might be the rockingest animal, at least if you consider the number of bands whose names pay it tribute: There's Wolf Parade, AIDS Wolf, Wolfmother, Wolf Eyes, We Are Wolves, Steppenwolf, Howlin' Wolf, Guitar Wolf, and just Wolf (a Swedish heavy metal band). Show More Summary

Meet the Vinyl Community with Clark Stooksbury

10 months agoNews : Reason

The man holds up a 78 rpm record bearing the blue-and-white logo of Chess Records, an iconic label for any fan of the blues. He places it on a vintage Califone turntable, and we hear Howlin' Wolf's "Rockin' Daddy" in all its tactile glory. Show More Summary

Tom Waits Albums From Worst To Best

12 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Heard through the wall of a neighboring apartment, you might confuse Tom Waits’s music with HowlinWolf’s. Then again, you could just as easily mistake it for a long-lost Harry Partch piece, an especially ‘out’ Busta Rhymes interlude, or a bootleg recording of Randy Newman twelve-stepping in reverse. For all the discussion of Tom Waits [...]

Omar Dykes Runnin’ With The Wolf

Omar Dykes has been pretty busy with new releases lately and with his band, The Howlers, he has another new release Runnin’ With The Wolf (Provogue Records). As the title suggests, this is a tribute to HowlinWolf. Given Omar’s gravelly,...Show More Summary

'Ain't No Crying the Blues (In the Memory of Howlin' Wolf)' at Black Ensemble Theatre ???

THEATER REVIEW: "I need some ladies up here," declared Howlin' Wolf, as channeled through Rick Stone, at Black Ensemble Theatre on Sunday.

Hard to resist the call of Howlin' Wolf

THEATER REVIEW: "Ain't No Crying the Blues (In the Memory of Howlin' Wolf)" at Black Ensemble Theatre ??? THEATER REVIEW: "Ain't No Crying the Blues (In the Memory of Howlin' Wolf)" at Black Ensemble Theatre ???... "I need some ladies up here," declared Howlin' Wolf, as channeled through Rick Stone, at Black Ensemble Theatre on Sunday.

What is the Most Inappropriate Song You've Ever Heard During Family Supper at a Restaurant Full of Families?

Last weekend, I was eating a delicious supper in godamn Greenwood (!!), when Howlin' Wolf's dirty song about buttfucking—"Back Door Man"—came on. The radio station was some internet "blues" station, I think, so what I was hearing was...Show More Summary

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