Live from New Orleans
May 31, 2012
Luke Winslow King conducts the Shantytown Orchestra, featuring Theresa Andersson, Helen GIllet, Ben Jaffe, Washboard Chaz, and many more! Another fabulous and unique performance from our friends at the Bywater Music Box. If you enjoy this recording, name your price and download it.
May 18, 2012
May 8, 2012
WATIV, live the Mudlark Theater
WATIV is Will A Thompson IV (keys, laptop), James Singleton (bass, trumpet, effects), Chris Alford (guitar, effects), and Simon Lott (drums, effects). The music of WATIV defies categorization but can be described as experimental electronic free jazz.
This performance was recorded live at the Mudlark Theater, an old house in the St. Roch neighborhood that has been converted into a lovely performance space. WATIV takes full advantage of the acoustics of the room, with each of the four musicians setting up in a different corner and placing the audience directly in the middle of the band. The sounds surround the listener as they reverberate off of centuries old wooden architectural components. An unexpected contribution to this performance came from an apparently stoned neighbor lady who was inspired by the music to add in her own sound effects, making the experience even more surreal. The entire sonic journey is offered as one uninterrupted track, so just kick back, turn it on, and prepare to be transported to another dimension courtesy of WATIV.
Apr 26, 2012
Streaming live tonight from the Howlin Wolf for the Bayou Rendezvous!
9:30pm - Malone Brothers
11:30pm - New Orleans All Stars (Anders Osborne, Nick Daniels III, Ivan Neville, Theresa Anderson, Johnny Vidacovich
1:30am - Papa Grows Funk w/ Bonerama horn section
3:30am - Eric McFadden
Previous live broadcasts from each night of Jazz Fest
Thursday 5/3 - live from the HiHo Lounge with Stooges Brass Band 10:30pm, and late night set with Steve Bernstein's Fest Mob (w/ Mike Dillon, Marco Benevento, Kirk Joseph and Mark Southerland).
8:20: Tate Carson Trio
9:00 Front: Brad Walker / redrawblak
9:40 Back: Rex Gregory Quintet
10:20 Front: Jeff Albert Quartet
11:00 Back: Africa Brass
11:40 Front: Will Bernard / Simon Lott / Todd Sickafoose
12:20 Back: Marcello Benetti / Dan Oestreicher
1:00 Front: James Singleton / Justin Peake / Will Thompson
1:40 Back: Simon Lott / Context Killer
2:20 Front: The Log Ladies (Chris Alford, Jesse Morrow, Dave Cappello)
3:00 Back: Mark McGrain’s Plunge
3:40 Front: Helen Gillet / Mark Southerland
Tuesday 5/1 live from the Blue Nile
7:30 Jeff Albert
7:35 Jeff Albert + Helen Gillet
7:40 Helen Gillet + Brad Walker
7:45 Brad Walker + Will Bernard
7:50 Will Bernard + Brian Coogan
7:55 Brian Coogan + Will Thompson
8:00 Will Thompson + Aurora Nealand
8:05 Aurora Nealand + Justin Peake
8:10 Justin Peake + Mike Dillon
8:15 Mike Dillon + James Singleton
8:20 James Singleton + Rex Gregory
8:25 Rex Gregory + Mark McGrain
8:30 Mark McGrain + Mario Abney
8:35 Mario Abney + Mark Southerland
8:40 Mark Southerland + Dave Cappello
8:45 Dave Cappello
10pm-ish: WATIV (Will Thompson, Simon Lott, James Singleton, Chris Alford) live at Blue Nile upstairs.
Monday 4/30 - afternoon courtyard acoustic folk show with Andrew Duhon, Kristin Diable, Adam Campagna, David Shaw, Micah Mckee, and friends. Evening broadcast: Skerik, Mike Dillon, and Charlie Hunter live from DBA
Sunday 4/29 - late nite show with Papa Grows funk, live from DBA on Frenchman St.
Saturday 4/28 - Sarah Quintana, Mykia Jovan, Jeff Pagano, and a string quartet live from Madame Terri's house in the Marginy. Late nite: Happy Talk Band, Morning 40 Federation, Andre Williams, and the Rough 7 live from DBA on Frenchman St.
Friday 4/28 - Johnny Vidacovich, Mike Dillon, Skerik, Charlie Hunter live from the Maple Leaf. Late nite: Vinyl (from California) live at the Maple Leaf.
Thursday 4/27 - Colin Lake and Alvin Youngblood Hart live at the Maple Leaf. late nite: the Trio with Johnny Vidacovich, George Porter Jr, and Karl Denson live at the Maple Leaf
Apr 24, 2012
OffBeat Magazine's Best of the Beat Awards, recorded live at Generations Hall 2012-01-27
featuring music performances by:
George Porter Jr and the Running Pardners,
the Soul Rebels,
Glen David Andrews,
and the Lost Bayou Ramblers