POSTED Wed. Apr 30, 2014
Celebrate Brown Sabbath
Adam Karlin
Written by ADAM KARLIN

Like Ozzy Osbourne? How about psychedelic Latin music? Think the two can’t go together? Then you haven’t seen Brown Sabbath at Tipitina’s Uptown, which is our pick for the weird New Orleans event for the evening (this, by the way,…...  CONTINUE

POSTED Apr 30, 2014
Brazland: Bate Galeria comes to the Arts District

Brazland: Bate Galeria comes to the Arts District

Though the majority of music-lovers traveling to New Orleans this time of year are likely coming for the big stages, large crowds, and outdoor party atmospheres of celebrations…....

POSTED Apr 30, 2014
Check out Hurray for the Riff Raff on Conan.

Check out Hurray for the Riff Raff on Conan.

Local beloved act Hurray for the Riff Raff went national last night on Conan O’Brien. Have a watch above, and congratulate a local act on making it to…....

Written by ADAM KARLIN
POSTED Apr 29, 2014
Great non-Jazz Fest shows during Jazz Fest's second week.

Great non-Jazz Fest shows during Jazz Fest's second week.

I’ve noticed, in the days following the first weekend of Jazz Fest, that the cheesy upper end of Bourbon St is getting packed with out of towners. It’s…....

Written by ADAM KARLIN
POSTED Apr 28, 2014


Five amazing Jazz Fest performances

Five amazing Jazz Fest performances

Every Jazzfest enthusiast has their favorite festival memory, whether it took place in the Gospel or Blues tent, the Acura or Gentilly Stage, or any other of the…....


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