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  • French Quarter Fest 2019

    Dailies are out.: http://frenchquarterfest.org/music-temp/

    http://www.offbeat.com/news/2019-fre...rter-festival/

    Offbeat notes some changes:
    New this year is the expansion of longtime Cajun/Zydeco destination, the Chevron Stage. It will now include more genres and feature the talents of Jon Cleary, George Porter, Jr. & the Runnin’ Partners, Flow Tribe, and Rockin’ Dopsie.

    “Our mission is to promote New Orleans’ culture and heritage, and this year we have more ways to achieve it,” said Emily Madero, President & CEO of FQFI. “Our Chevron Evening Concert Series will showcase more genres with artists like George Porter, Jr., and a new stage on the Moonwalk will expand riverfront entertainment. If you’re looking for a VIP experience, our membership program, Fest Family, now includes single day options and gives attendees a way to directly support our free event!”
    http://www.offbeat.com/news/2019-fre...OmLpUPDSWmnhlI
    Visit my Jazzfest advice site: http://jazzfest.swagland.com/

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    Thursday, April 11:
    Bag of Donuts
    Brass-A-Holics
    Bruce Daigrepont Cajun Band
    Cha Wa
    Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band
    Corey Ledet & His Zydeco Band
    Darcy Malone and The Tangle
    Evan Christopher’s Clarinet Road
    Funk Monkey
    Galactic *
    Jon Cleary
    Juju Child & The Hypnotic Roots Band
    Kermit Ruffins & the Barbecue Swingers
    Kinfolk Brass Band
    Lil’ Glenn & Backatown *
    Mykia Jovan *
    New Breed Brass Band
    Otra
    Panorama Jazz Band
    Preservation All-Stars
    Rebirth Brass Band
    Sasha Masakowski and Art Market
    Stephanie Jordan
    The Blues Masters w/ “Big Al” Carson
    The DayWalkers**
    The Dukes Of Dixieland
    The Tin Men
    Tonya Boyd-Cannon
    Topsy Chapman and Solid Harmony
    Wendell Brunious



    Friday, April 12:
    Alex McMurray
    Audacity Brass Band
    Babineaux Sisters Band
    Banu Gibson
    Benny Grunch and the Bunch
    Big Frank & Lil Frank and the Dirty Old Men
    Buku Broux *
    Cameron Dupuy and The Cajun Troubadours *
    Cullen Landry and the Midnight Streetcar Band featuring Al “Carnival Time” Johnson
    Cupid & the Dance Party Express Band
    DeJan’s Olympia Brass Band
    Delfeayo Marsalis and The Uptown Jazz Orchestra
    Fredy Omar con su Banda
    G and The Swingin’ Gypsies
    Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue
    George Porter, Jr. & the Runnin’ Pardners
    Irma Thomas, Soul Queen of New Orleans
    Jamal Batiste Band
    Jamey St Pierre
    Jeffery Broussard and The Creole Cowboys ?
    Joe Lastie’s New Orleans Sound
    John “Papa” Gros
    John Boutté
    Josh Benitez Band *
    Kumasi
    Lena Prima
    Leroy Jones & New Orleans’ Finest
    Lisa Amos
    Little Freddie King
    Lost Bayou Ramblers
    Mason Ruffner
    Nebula Rosa *
    New Orleans Nightcrawlers
    Orange Kellin’s New Orleans Deluxe Orchestra
    Ovi-G Froggies
    Papa Mali
    Partners N Crime & The Big Easy Band
    Quiana Lynell
    Steve Pistorius & the Southern Syncopators
    Sunpie and the Louisiana Sunspots
    TBC Brass Band
    The Iguanas
    The Nation of Gumbollia
    The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
    The Original Pinettes Brass Band
    The Revealers
    The Soul Rebels
    The Vettes
    Tricia Boutté & Nordic Swing
    Valerie Sassyfras
    Wynton (aka Kevin Stylez) *
    Zoe K *

    Saturday, April 13:
    A2D2 Experience with Antoine Diel & Arséne DeLay**
    Al “Lil Fats” Jackson **
    Alfred Banks w/Live Band**
    Alvin Youngblood Hart’s Muscle Theory
    Amanda Ducorbier
    Biglemoi*
    Bill Summers & Jazalsa
    Blonde Roses*
    Carl LeBlanc
    Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
    Charlie Halloran and the Quality 6
    Charmaine Neville
    Christian Serpas & Ghost Town
    Corey Henry & the Treme Funktet
    Cyril Neville’s Swamp Funk
    Don Vappie & the Creole Jazz Serenaders
    Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers
    Egg Yolk Jubilee
    Ellis Marsalis Quintet
    Flow Tribe
    Frankie Boots*
    Garden District Jazz Band
    Gerald French and Friends
    Helen Gillet & Wazozo
    Higher Heights Reggae Band
    Homer A. Plessy Community School**
    Hot 8 Brass Band
    Hot Rod Lincoln
    Jeremy Joyce *
    Keith Burnstein’s Kettle Black**
    Kim Carson & the Real Deal
    Lawrence Cotton Legendary Experience
    Leroy Jones’ Original Hurricane Brass Band
    Linnzi Zaorski
    Luna Mora**
    Lynn Drury
    Magnolia Sisters *
    Mark Brooks
    Mayumi Shara & New Orleans Jazz Letters
    Mia Borders
    Miss Sophie Lee
    Monk Boudreaux and the Golden Eagles
    Muevelo
    Naydja CoJoe
    New Birth Brass Band
    New Orleans Classic Jazz Orchestra
    New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings
    New Orleans Suspects
    New Orleans Swamp Donkeys
    NOCCA Jazz Ensemble
    Patrice Fisher and Arpa
    Paul Sanchez and the Rolling Road Show
    Richard “Piano” Scott and Friends
    Riverdale High School R-Project Brass Band *
    Rory Danger & the Danger Dangers
    Russell Welch Hot Quartet *
    Rusty Metoyer and the Zydeco Krush
    Scorpedos*
    Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs
    Some Like it Hot Traditional Jazz Band
    Storyville Stompers Brass Band
    Sullivan Dabney’s Muzik Jazz Band
    Susan Cowsill
    Sweet Olive String Band **
    Taylor Smith & The Roamin’ Jasmine *
    The Light Set *
    The Nayo Jones Experience
    The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
    The Ronnie Kole Show featuring John Perkins
    The Zion Harmonizers
    Them Ol Ghosts*
    Tim Laughlin
    Tom McDermott and His Jazz Hellions
    Tommy Sancton’s New Orleans Legacy Band
    Treme Brass Band
    Tricentennial High School Band * *
    Troy Sawyer and the Elementz
    Walter “Wolfman” Washington and the Roadmasters
    Washboard Chaz Blues Trio
    Water Seed
    Waylon Thibodeaux Band

    Sunday, April 14:
    Alexandra Scott
    Alice Harte Middle School Band “The Heartbeat of the South” *
    Amanda Shaw
    Anaïs St. John
    Andrew Hall’s Society Brass Band
    Astral Project
    Aurora Nealand & The Royal Roses
    Bamboula 2000
    Beth Patterson
    Betty Win and One A Chord
    Big 6 Brass Band *
    Big Chief Bo Dollis, Jr. & the Wild Magnolias
    Bon Bon Vivant
    Bonerama
    Borealis Rex *
    Bucktown All-Stars
    Calvin Johnson and Native Son
    Charlie Wooton’s Zydefunk
    Clive Wilson’s New Orleans Serenaders
    Cole Williams Band
    Creole String Beans
    Dancing at Dusk with Tom Saunders and the Tomcats
    Daria & The Hip Drops
    Dash Rip Rock
    Dave Ferrato
    Davis Rogan
    Debbie Davis and the Mesmerizers
    Don Jamison Heritage School Of Music (Citywide)
    Doro Wat *
    Ecirb Müller’s Twisted Dixie
    Erica Falls
    Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestras
    Honey Island Swamp Band
    Hot Club of New Orleans
    Irene Sage
    James Andrews
    Jamil Sharif
    Jason Marsalis 21st Century Trad Band
    Jeremy Davenport
    Jesse Morrow Trio
    John Royen’s New Orleans Rhythm Band
    Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes
    Jumbo Shrimp Jazz Band
    Kid Simmons Jazz Band
    Louis Ford and His New Orleans Flairs
    Love Evolution
    Luke Spurr Allen
    Lulu and the Broadsides (feat. Dayna Kurtz)**
    Luna Mora **
    MainLine
    Margie Perez
    Mike Harvey’s Hot Club
    Mikhala “Jazz Muffin” Iversen
    On The Levee Band
    Original Dixieland Jazz Band
    Palmetto Bug Stompers
    Papo y Son Mandao
    Paulin Brothers Jazz Band
    Rechelle Cook and the Regeneration Band
    Red Hot Brass Band
    Red Wolf Brass Band
    Rhodes Spedale & Live Jazz Group
    Robin Barnes & The Fiyabirds
    Rockin’ Dopsie Jr. and the Zydeco Twisters
    Sean Ardoin
    Shake Em’ Up Jazz Band
    Shannon Powell Traditional All-Star Band
    Shawan Rice *
    Soul Brass Band
    Stone Rabbits *
    Sweet Crude
    Thais Clark & her JAZZsters
    the Daiquiri Queens *
    The Dixie Cups
    The Pfister Sisters
    The Quickening
    Tuba Skinny
    Wanda Rouzan and A Taste of New Orleans

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    • #3
      What are the asterisks for?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Headless Hornman View Post
        What are the asterisks for?
        Festival debut

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        • #5
          jeeze louise thats a stacked lineup!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by fichadelphia View Post
            jeeze louise thats a stacked lineup!
            And all free!

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            • #7
              Galactic is a nice treat.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Marignygregg View Post
                Galactic is a nice treat.
                Yes indeed! And I didn't plan on getting into NOLA until Thursday night...gotta rethink my plans.

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                • #9
                  I'm salivating over that line-up... so much goodness! Reckon I should pop along to this. WOOHOO!!

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                  • #10
                    I’ve made it to FQF twice and will probably prioritize returning in an upcoming year. I love it!

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                    • #11
                      This is the first FQF we've missed in 20+ years. We had to chose between doing the whole JF enchilada or FQF, and the idea of it being the 50th JF, was the deciding factor.
                      But man....SO sorry to be missing it.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by CEfromLA View Post
                        This is the first FQF we've missed in 20+ years. We had to chose between doing the whole JF enchilada or FQF, and the idea of it being the 50th JF, was the deciding factor.
                        But man....SO sorry to be missing it.
                        That's very sad news. Totally understandable but I'm very disappointed.

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                        • #13
                          A late addition that did not make it to the press release, Andrew Duhon will be playing FQF on Saturday.
                          I'm also hoping to make it to his set at Chickie tonight, though the benefit for Spencer at Tips is certainly both a great looking option and a great cause.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by HankAndLeeStamper View Post
                            A late addition that did not make it to the press release, Andrew Duhon will be playing FQF on Saturday.
                            I'm also hoping to make it to his set at Chickie tonight, though the benefit for Spencer at Tips is certainly both a great looking option and a great cause.
                            Did you make it to Tip's? It was really disappointing that it was the same night as Best of the Beat, for which we had purchased early bird tickets long ago. A couple of friends left that event early and went to Tip's (or vice versa), but it's hard for me to stay out too late on a school night, so we just stayed put. BTW, Samantha Fish cleaned up at the awards last night!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by SweetOlive View Post

                              Did you make it to Tip's? It was really disappointing that it was the same night as Best of the Beat, for which we had purchased early bird tickets long ago. A couple of friends left that event early and went to Tip's (or vice versa), but it's hard for me to stay out too late on a school night, so we just stayed put. BTW, Samantha Fish cleaned up at the awards last night!
                              The Duhon show was at 8, and that's more suitable to my weekday life (and my weekend life if im being honest) so i was at Chickie from 8-9.30 or so and then home to bed. Andrew D mentioned there was a lot going on and he was grateful to the people there for choosing him, and openly plugged the gofundme for Spencer Bohren, which i thought was really a cool thing to do considering his gig was in competition with the benefit, which of course no one planned when booking gigs.

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