Apr/May 2012

Boogie Down on Frenchmen Street
An offbeat corner of the Crescent City
The Day the Music Died
The movement to abolish music
along Frenchman Street
Alton ‘Big Al’ Carson
The King Of Bourbon Street
John Boutté
The Sam Cooke Of Frenchmen Street
Guitar Lightnin’ Lee
The King Of St Claude Avenue
Ready For His Turn!
Al “Carnival Time” Johnson
It’s always Carnival Time
Washboard Chaz
Cleans up on an unusual instrument
Walter “Wolfman” Washington
The Crescent City's Zen Funkmeister
Jack Cruz
Better Than Ever Jack keeps playing
Jimmy Carpenter
Sitting On Top Of The World
Nancy “Lil’ Red” Gros
Living in a “Wonderful World”
Willie Panker
Ready to Spank the Skins
Big Sam’s Funky Nation
Walking down Frenchman Street with Big Sam
Peter Novelli
Looking for the perfect gumbo
Smoky Greenwell
Bluesman of the French Market
Barry Kaiser
Slidin toward Stovall
The Treme Brass Band
Benny Jones and Uncle Lionel Keeping The Tradition
Rabadash Records
30 years and going!

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Photo By Robert Jr Whitall on February 20th, 2012, Lundi Gras in the Faubourg Marigny. Mardi Gras To The World!

Vol. 18, No. 2

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