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[Updated] Sports & Leisure aren't in a hurry, and you can h

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Hip-hop group Jealous Monk has finished its new album, I Love, I Hustle

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The Milk Run looks ahead to the week of music in New Orleans, including bounce, Down, and a good night of Americana.

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Dandelion Gum caught me in the cheapest way possib

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What do hip hop-indie mash-ups, bounce, and tacos have in common? Three words: The Hood Internet.

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Reality television has made stars of hoarders, little people, bounty hunters, hair eaters, and gypsies; sooner or later, Louisianans had to enter t

What Daft Punk learned from disco, or how musicians can find their sound in paying tribute to what came before.

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This weeks's Milk Run looks ahead to live music in and around New Orleans, including Rebirth at 30, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Bayou Country Superfest, and Busy Bee.

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[Updated] Prog rock is the forbidden musical love.

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Carsie Blanton introduces herself on her website.

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[If you want to enjoy The Music Tapes' Traveling Imaginary in the manner

From the early alternative rock scene in LA, to Dubstep, to Bounce, there's just so many ways to dance.

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Stevie Wonder wraps up a beautiful weekend at the Hangout Music Festival at Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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Saturday's highlights from Gulf Shores' Hangout Music Festival.

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[Updated] Yesterday marked the kickoff of Hangout Music Festival as ten of thousands of festivals goers rushed the beach at Gulf Shore, Alab

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[Updated] Jazz Fest and the birth of Clara Louise Rawls forced The Milk Run to take a hiatus, but this week it returns to look ahead to the

[Updated] With one week to go, Alexandra Scott is hoping for your support for a

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This week the music world sees the return of some legends, both in reissue and new material, while New Orleans' clubs host a bit of both.

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Elephant 6 Collective member Julian Koster will tent The Howlin' Wolf on

[Updated] While I don't share the belief that being first is automatically better, I understand that it is a time-honored news phi

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[Updated] The Bloody Sunday Sessions is a series of videos shot as bands

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Days before El Ten Eleven hit the road for their spring tour, the Los Angeles

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The Preservation Hall Jazz Band will release a new album, That's It

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What happens to folk music when it plugs in? Americana.

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When Jenny O. left her home in Long Island, N.Y.

Thankfully, the conditions stopped being a story at Jazz Fest Saturday.

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Thursday's rain on top of last weekend's rain on top of this week's rain left the Fair Grounds such a mess that opening Friday was delayed an hour

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Friday's Jazz Fest schedule underwent some major changes as early sets were compressed bec

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[Serbian blues guitarist Ana Popovic has spent much of her professional life connec

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It looks like we may be finished with the rain, but Thursday it took it's toll on me, partly in the constant donning and shedding of rain gear, of

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[This weekend, a number of artists playing Jazz Fest have contributed Spotify playlists.

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"At Jazz Camp, everyone's afraid of him until they get to know him."

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It's South by Southwest in Austin, and across the street from a party hosted by an app developer, a well-dressed swing band is set up in a gravel p

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[My Spilt Milk has asked a number of artists performing this weekend to select playlists of music that is meaningful to them.

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Marnie Stern made her name as an indie guitar hero, but her most recent album, The Chronicles of Marnia, shows growth in her songwriting.

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"That record's a bitch," James McNew says, admiring Roger and the Gypsies' "Pa