Condolences to Wynton and Branford Marsalis, whose mother Dolores died on Tuesday of pancreatic cancer, aged 80. She is survived by her husband, New Orleans jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis, and six sons, four of whom became jazz professionals.
What was probably meant to be an ordinary night for Woody Allen at his New Orleans Jazz Band's concert in Hamburg, Germany, took quite the turn! On Tuesday night, as the director performed on stage, two topless female protestors came out and crashed the show! They took the stage with quotes on their bare chests from Dylan [...]
Previously on Preacher: Jesse hits up nearly every jazz bar in New Orleans in his search for God, and he finds Him, in the form of a man in a skin-tight Dalmatian suit who performs all sorts of sexual favors...
The New Orleans jazz funeral is a great American tradition: A goodbye set to jubilant jazz, to celebrate the life of the person who just passed, rather than any kind of somber service. Last month, the Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser died at the age of 50 after a battle with colin cancer. The Afghan…
Tommy Ridgely Since The Blues Began Black Top While attending the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival for the first time at the end of April, I caught plenty of great blues, zydeco and R&B. While he did not play the festival duringShow More Summary
This week's Preacher finds Jesse (Dominic Cooper), Tulip (Ruth Negga) and Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) in New Orleans on a tip that God might be there. Apparently, the deity is a huge fan of jazz music and what better city to enjoy it than the Big Easy? In this exclusive clip that looks like it could have... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Preacher Dominic Cooper
Preacher’s search for God has led Jesse, Cassidy, and Tulip down to New Orleans in season two, where the Almighty is apparently hiding out and grooving on some jazz. Before they got to the Big Easy, though, we saw the gang pooling their...Show More Summary
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This year, the great New Orleans jazz trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah is planning on releasing a whole troika of albums that he's calling the Centennial Trilogy. Earlier this year, he released his Ruler Rebel album, and our jazz columnist Phil Freeman was into it. This week, he'll follow it up with the new one…
New Orleans jazz trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah is treating fans to an entire trilogy of new music this year, starting with the March release of Ruler Rebel followed by this month's Diaspora. We've already heard the album's title track, and now he's released "The Walk" featuring vocals by Sarah Elizabeth Charles. The trumpeter is…
This artist is planning to create a riverboat calliope installation with the jazz pianist Jason Moran at Prospect New Orleans, the art triennial.
Dinner and a show are on the menu New Orleans is home to incredible music and food, sometimes at the same moment. Of course there are festivals like Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest, where the food stands rival the music performances for headlines. Show More Summary
Holly Maniatty, a sign language interpreter, totally upstaged Snoop Dogg during Jazz Fest in New Orleans with her enthusiastic translating. The Good Life Radio Show posted a video to Facebook that features Maniatty crushing it as Snoop...Show More Summary
For your viewing pleasure 2017 New Orleans Jazz Heritage Festival Photos During the final week of the New Orleans Jazz Heritage Festival, concertgoers went from getting their NOLA bounce on, to nostalgic moments with a music legend.
An incredibly animated dancing sign language interpreter brilliantly rapped with her hands, capturing the lyrics and spirit of Snoop Dogg‘s performance at the 2017 New Orleans Jazz Fest. The interpreter, a Portland, Oregon resident named...Show More Summary
Nothing like a good sports rivalry to get the blood flowing. NFC South division rivals Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints do not like each other and that was evident after the Falcons epic collapse at Super Bowl 51, when Saints fans constructed a float for Mardi Gras with Matt Ryan, Julio Jones on it with […]
The 48th New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival maintains its mission, showcasing regional talent, keeping danceable grooves the focus.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' breakthrough hit wasn't an original... according to a "legendary" New Orleans jazz musician... who's looking to get his cut. Paul Batiste says "Thrift Shop" borrows heavily from 2 of his songs -- "Hip Jazz" and "World…