Live music during the last days of Carnival includes Rebirth, G. Love, Funky Meters, The JAG, Shovels and Rope, R. Kelly and more.
A look ahead to the week in live music, including The Roots, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, Toro Y Moi and more.
The city's newest jazz venue, Little Gem Saloon, is also its oldest, and you can che
Afghan Whigs, Trombone Shorty, and Thomas Dolby speaking at TribeCon are among the week ahead's highlights.
a look ahead to shows by The Lumineers, Sleigh Bells, Matt and Kim, The Afghan Whigs and more; and new music from Tame Impala, A.C. Newman, Bad Books and more.
It's a good week for roots music in New Orleans this week with the Blues and BBQ Fest, Steve Earle, The Lumineers, John Hiatt and Patti Griffin.
This week includes a Big Sun reunion, Off!'s punk purism, The Walkmen, Lewis Black and the Rising Tide conference.
Aeschylus wrote, "In war, the first casualty is the truth," and the same holds true for wars on live music.
Update: When Kermit Ruffins took over the lease on the
It's Saturday night. White Linen Night is going on around the corner, but in the Circle Bar, people are reminiscing.
An unusually good week in the summer for high profile shows: