To the surprise of nobody who noticed a gap in the routing for The Who’s North American tour, The Who will be one of the headliners in this year’s
It was bad enough that The Tontons couldn't play loudly enough to keep
When Jon Batiste appeared on Treme as a member of Delmond Lambreaux’s band, it was hard
New Orleans-native Alexis Marceaux, whose name you may recognize from her stint on NBC’s The Voice, hit her stride with her sophomore albu
This year's Jazz Fest nightlife isn't as jam-heavy as previous years have been.
Last Sunday at Jazz Fest, Vampire Weekend looked even preppier than ever, and Eric Clapton brought a healthy dose of reser
Jazz Fest at night has become a time for jam funk and one-time-only shows, and one of the more entertaining ideas is Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe sp
Sunday’s final sets at Jazz Fest couldn’t have been more different.
Any fears that Phish fans would once again descend on New Orlean
(Last year's set by The Mavericks at Jazz Fest was one of the festival's most joyous, so when the band returned to New Orleans last October to
Backseat drivers have many ideas about what Jazz Fest should do differently, some of which
(In 2012, Cherie LeJeune interviewed Vox and the Hound on the eve of the release of the band's debut album, Courage.
New Orleans indie rock outfit Rotary Downs has kept New Orleans as a home base for the decade
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell starts Friday, and we’re cove
Seminal hip-hop outfit Public Enemy was not always the media darling it is today.
I'd hoped that we'd have an interview with songwriter and guitarist Jason Isbell before he
Today, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell held its annual one mo
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
Friday's Jazz Fest schedule underwent some major changes as early sets were compressed bec
Audiences at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival have a love/hate relationship with rain.
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell starts Friday, so it's time
One of the toughest choices at Jazz Fest this year will come Saturday, May 4 when Fleetwood Mac, Phoenix, and Frank Ocean perform opposite each oth