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  • Where to safely hear live music in New Orleans ?

    I thought Dixie Brewery were having shows, but can't find link. Swag ??

    New Orleans Jazz Museum at the old Mint has been doing shows on back balcony. Walter Wolfman Washington was last Tuesday. Nothing coming up that I see.

    Anybody else know of any porch concerts, balcony concerts, lawn concerts or whatever....PLEASE post it here !! I'm jonesing.

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    Joe Krown will be performing on Frenchmen Street Dat Dog balcony. Friday, July 31st from 6-8.

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    • #3
      Church of Jazz. From a porch at Esplanade and Royal. Every Sunday from 5-8.

      Hey Everybody! Come relax with your neighbors and listen to some slammin' jazz from 5-8pm every Sunday until normalcy returns (weather permitting). Kids & pets are more than welcome to attend! If you're interested in sitting in or promoting your local service or product please e-mail us ([email protected]) before heading over. We can all get through this together everybody! Stay safe, sane & sanitary y'all. -The Church Of Jazz https://www.thechurchofjazz.com https://www.facebook.com/TheChurchOfJazz/ https://twitter.com/thechurchofjazz https://www.instagram.com/thechurchofjazz/

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      • #4
        Both Dixie and NOLA Brewing were having outdoor shows, but both got shut down when the Governor modified Phase II and closed the bars.

        Revivalists are playing the final NOLA Drive In show tomorrow. That's sold out, but if the weather cooperates, you might find me outside on the neutral ground.

        Otherwise, pickin's are slim. Outdoor restaurants would seem to be the only commercial possibility, but I'm not aware of any upcoming shows...

        Hoping for another Burgundy Bend show...
        Last edited by swag; 07-23-2020, 02:31 PM.
        Visit my Jazzfest advice site: http://jazzfest.swagland.com/

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        • #5
          Spencer Bohren, Joe Krown and Josh Paxton have been doing performances from a piano in a pickup truck, and Spencer and Joe have also performed from the Dat Dog balcony. Their respective Facebook pages have been what’s led me to these performances. Tip generously.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Blumie View Post
            Spencer Bohren, Joe Krown and Josh Paxton have been doing performances from a piano in a pickup truck, and Spencer and Joe have also performed from the Dat Dog balcony. Their respective Facebook pages have been what’s led me to these performances. Tip generously.
            Unlikely.

            https://www.nola.com/entertainment_l...2e3c9eae3.html

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Blumie View Post
              Spencer Bohren, Joe Krown and Josh Paxton have been doing performances from a piano in a pickup truck, and Spencer and Joe have also performed from the Dat Dog balcony. Their respective Facebook pages have been what’s led me to these performances. Tip generously.
              I presume you mean Andre Bohren, Spencer's son (he's a great pianist, drummer for Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes, and member of 610 Stompers)

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              • #8
                Originally posted by festbabe View Post

                I presume you mean Andre Bohren, Spencer's son (he's a great pianist, drummer for Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes, and member of 610 Stompers)
                You are right of course Heather, Lord Horror is just playing with himself.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Gards View Post

                  You are right of course Heather, Lord Horror is just playing with himself.
                  That is a Cheap Trick

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                  • #10
                    Rode my bike up by the lakefront today, and both Blue Crab and Felix's had their downstairs outdoor bars open with bands playing.
                    Visit my Jazzfest advice site: http://jazzfest.swagland.com/

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by swag View Post
                      Rode my bike up by the lakefront today, and both Blue Crab and Felix's had their downstairs outdoor bars open with bands playing.
                      These rules are wacky and totally unfair when it comes to who can do what.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by festbabe View Post

                        I presume you mean Andre Bohren, Spencer's son (he's a great pianist, drummer for Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes, and member of 610 Stompers)
                        Yeah, it would be quite a trick if I had in fact seen Spencer.

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                        • #13
                          I long for the day when it will actually be completely safe to see live music anywhere.

                          Some places like New Zealand have done very well, but it remains to be seen what will transpire when they reopen their borders

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                          • #14
                            Live from Marigny Gregg's porch.....this Saturday ( 8/29 ) 7pm

                            Black Laurel/ Marigny Pranksters ( followed by open jam ).

                            Locals, come on by !! Or watch the livestream...

                            https://www.facebook.com/events/785780825505841

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                            • #15
                              New Orleans Jazz Museum has been having those live on the balcony shows every Tues from 5-6. I went yesterday and saw Wessell "Warmdaddy" Anderson play with his band. It was nice seeing him play, he has such a great sounding sax. It was hot but nice out and they had a decent crowd out there. The restaurants across the street had all of their tables full with people watching the show. Gotta bring your own drinks as still no togo drinks are allowed to be sold although I still see some places doing it. Better than nothin'!

                              Nayo Jones Experience will be there on Sept 8th, Honey Island Swamp Band on Sept 15th, KinFolk Brass Band feat. N'AWLINS D'AWLINS & Big Queen Mary Kay of the Original Wild Tchoupitoulas Indians on Sept 22nd and Cha Wa on the 29th. They will still be doing it in Oct but have yet to announce any artists yet.

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