April/May 2011

The spirit of New Orleans
Music and culture featured in HBO serie
Irma Thomas
The Soul Queen of New Orleans is
Crescent City musical ambassador

James “12” Andrews
Satchmo Of The Ghetto
Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry
Ain’t Got A Home! I Got Two!
Deacon John Moore
Gimme Some Money!
John Mooney
Black Pearl’s homeboy
Coco Robicheaux
New Orleans’ Musical & Spiritual Advisor
The Real Davis Rogan
Treme’s Cultural Provocateur
Altonio Jackson
New Orleans Music’s Future Rhythm Maker
Don Bartholomew Sr
Keeping his father’s legacy

Reflecting On Treme
Little Freddie King
Herman “Roscoe” Ernest

Ace’s Alley
Wrong Place-Wrong Time
Steve Miller & the New Linn County Band, 1974-1975

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Big City Blues Society
The Voodoo Blues Krewe

Big City Blues Profile
Creem Magazine -Tom Weschler

TheMotor City Shakedown
The Detroit Smoke Down
The Grassroots Movement for Grass

Voice of the Wetlands

On The Road
New York City
New York City 2
New York City 3
Kansas City
New Orleans
Baton Rouge, LA
Lafayette, LA
Marina del Rey
San Diego
San Diego2
Santa Barbara

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On the cover:
Almost Backatown
(l-r) James Andrews, Don Bartholomew Sr., Deacon John, Clarence Frogman Henry, Irma Thomas, Emile Jackson, Rogan Davis (front l-r) John Mooney, Coco Robicheaux, Altonio Jackson, Don Bartholomew Jr, Lundi Gras 2011.
Photo By Robert Jr Whitall

Vol. 17, No. 2

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Muddy Waters 8-09
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Stevie Ray Vaughn 6-09
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Robert Johnson 4-09
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