Monthly Archives: November 2018

Southern rock, funk and cajun fill this week’s menu of music

Five Thursdays in November means a “lagniappe” serving of Gumbo YaYa, this time with a sweet mix of southern rock, funk and alternative cajun and zydeco.  Check it out! I also celebrate Dr. Michael White’s 64th birthday with a song … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving holiday show is about being home

To me, the Thanksgiving holiday is about being at home with loved ones. And so this show is about getting home and being home.  After Earl King sings about “Eating and Sleeping” (a succinct description of the typical Thanksgiving Day), … Continue reading

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Female New Orleans Artists take the Gumbo YaYa stage

Every year, I’ve done a show featuring exclusively female artists and every time I do it, I ask myself why I don’t it more often. This show is awesome so get it started and then read on. It’s not that … Continue reading

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Digging deeper in new and old releases

This week’s show is one of me catching up on playing music I’ve been meaning to get to but hadn’t been able to work it into a set.  Here it is, with announcements edited out. Tin Men’s “Tootie Ma is … Continue reading

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Day of Dead Show Remembers Lost Ones

To understand life, we need to understand death.  This week’s show remembers my lost loved ones and invites you to do the same. Here’s the show with more details below. As the story about “At the Foot of Canal Street” … Continue reading

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