New Orleans rivals and surpasses other America cities in so many ways. Music first comes to mind — oh, to be the birthplace of Jazz — but there's also the city's French and Spanish Creole architecture, its cross-cultural and multilingual...Show More Summary
Music is core to Kickstarter’s DNA. In fact, it’s how we got our start. In late 2001, Kickstarter Creator and Chairman, Perry Chen, was living in New Orleans when he had an idea to bring a pair of DJs down for show during Jazz Fest.Show More Summary
Every year 400,000+ people converge on the fields of the fair grounds to attend Jazz Fest. It’s two glorious weekends of your regular New Orleans life celebration ceremonies: happy people, drinks, hopefully sun, and music. Oh, the music! My marriage anniversary falls on April 18. This conveniently enables the hubs and I to “Have to […]
Plus, all the food news to know today • Seb’s, the fictional jazz club that provided a major plot point in the Oscar-winning La La Land, is popping up in real life. Bars in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, New Orleans, and San Francisco...Show More Summary
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation has announced plans for its 10th annual Sync Up event, which coincides with the annual Jazz and Heritage Festival. Sync Up is a … Click to Continue »
More than 40 restaurants competed for the title The first annual Top Taco went down at Spanish Plaza last night with over 40 New Orleans restaurants competing for the Top Taco crown. Los Poboycitos, Afro-Cuban jazz and groove band Otra, and Mariachi Jalisco US provided the musical entertainment for the evening. Show More Summary
It hasn’t been a good transition for former Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins as the New Orleans Pelicans continue to struggle since he’s been inserted into the line-up. It got even worse when Cousins was caught on camera, first by a Los Angeles Lakers fan on Sunday, telling that heckling fan to ‘Suck a dick’ […]
Slip inside the eye of your mind and listen to Postmodern Jukebox and vocalist Maiya Sykes as they transform the ironically titled Oasis track Don’t Look Back in Anger into a sultry New Orleans jazz ballad.
For the second time in less than a week, New Orleans Pelicans big man DeMarcus Cousins has been caught on camera getting heckled by fans with him clapping right back at them in anger. Pelicans emotional big man told a Los Angeles Lakers fan on Sunday to go ‘suck a dck’, and on Tuesday, he instructed […]
Legend has it that residents tried using jazz to appease the serial killer, but not before he claimed the lives of local Italian grocers.
The Utah Jazz forward worked hard to get to New Orleans this weekend as a first-time All-Star.
The Mail on Sunday's Giles Milton toured the city lights of New Orleans, from its vibrant scene on Bourbon Street to its iconic Preservation Hall, which continues to attract the best jazz acts in town.
Utah plays both ways and does it extremely well. There are a lot of acceptable reactions you can have to the Utah Jazz obliterating the New Orleans Pelicans 127-94 on Wednesday. You could say, “Wow, this Jazz offense shot 55 percentShow More Summary
Joe Johnson scored 27 points, George Hill added 19, and the Utah Jazz extended their winning streak to four games with a 127-94 triumph over the struggling New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night
'Jazz vocalist John Boutté feels he can no longer afford to live in his hometown of New Orleans. He's not alone. Rising housing costs are pushing many musicians and service workers — the backbone of New Orleans' tourism economy — further and further outside the city limits. Show More Summary
Today is day! The fine folks at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival released the lineup for the 2017 event, which is scheduled for April 28 through May 7. Big names aplenty are on the schedule including another shot for Stevie Wonder after his rainout last year. Show More Summary
Trombone Shorty has signed with Blue Note Records and will make his debut for the iconic jazz label this April ahead of his appearance at the 2017 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, where he has inherited the festival’s prestigious closing set in the legacy of great New Orleans artists like the Neville Brothers and Professor Longhair. Show More Summary
Plus: Kings of Leon, Usher with The Roots, Snoop Dogg, Alabama Shakes, Trey Anastasio Band, and Widespread Panic.
The lineup for the 2017 New Orleans Jazz Fest has been revealed and it includes headliners Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Maroon 5. Other standouts include Usher and The Roots, Trey Anastasio, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, Alabama Shakes, Widespread Panic, Kings of Leon, Lorde, Wilco, Earth Wind & Fire and more. Show More Summary