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Attend this fundraiser dance class on August 30th and learn how to Second Line dance/improve technique from the Creole woman's perspective. This class will cover: After each class, students will be able to perform second line dancing in a more soulful manner with a high- spirited feel at local brass events, festivals and second lines. Comment?
On Monday, August 24, the Crescent City Cultural Continuity Conservancy is hosting a talk, "Ten Years After: The State of New Orleans Music and Culture," that will be video-streamed live on WWOZ.org . The talk will consist of a panel of representatives who give voice to New Orleans musicians and tradition-bearers as they share their experiences and perspectives during and following Hurricane Katrina. Comment?
Hailing from Lafayette, Louisiana, Marcella Simien grew up onstage with her father, two-time GRAMMY award winner Terrance Simien. In 2009, she moved to Memphis to attend the Memphis College of Art. Comment?
'Tis the season for Creole tomatoes! The Creole Tomato Festival hits the French Market this weekend. The true stars of the festival will be arriving along with farmers from the areas surrounding New Orleans. Comment?
Laura Nyro When I Was A Freeport Christmas and 6:32am and You Were The Main Drag the Beads of Sweat The Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo is coming up this weekend, marking the unofficial start to summer for many Mid-City dwellers. This free 3-day family-friendly music and arts festival was started in 2005 and is held on the banks of Bayou St. John. Comment?
Who is your favorite singer? New Orleans based, male and female. I use the word "favorite" purposely first of all because choosing the "best" of anything is such a subjective thing, and then also to spotlight lesser-known or hardly-mentioned singers who might be just as good as the high-profile names who might have appeared on TV somewhere or in a local publication or who have national recording contracts. Comment?
Alan Lomax is well-known amongst American traditional music fans for his extensive audio field recordings from the 1930s onward, much of which has been released and distributed through the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Folkways label. Lesser known is the younger Lomax's video work, which began in the late 1970s. Comment?
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