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  • Originally posted by swag View Post

    Indoor shows at dba tonight!

    Due the the weather, Storyville Stompers @ 4 and Quickening @ 8 are moving inside at dba.
    https://www.facebook.com/dba-New-Orleans-101886800499/
    Interesting. I did not think they were set up to receive a crowd yet. I wonder if it will be limited bar ?

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    • Originally posted by chopitulas View Post
      Checkpoint Charlie's is open but I don't think they have music yet. Things won't be "normal" til that happens... I like seeing Woodenhead for free.
      T Bone Stone has been doing his thing there on a Wednesday night for many a year, always makes me smile.

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      • 3 Keys, the small music venue in The Ace Hotel is now having music again and has some decent shows coming up including Nicholas Payton. I've seen some of the best shows in this city there over the last 5 years, especially during Jazz Fest.

        http://threekeysnola.com/

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        • Originally posted by Marignygregg View Post
          Black Laurel at Carnaval Lounge. June 10th. 7pm. No streaming.

          Black Laurel | Facebook
          Bump. C'mon out !! We gonna rock hard !!

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          • Originally posted by jjazznj View Post
            3 Keys, the small music venue in The Ace Hotel is now having music again and has some decent shows coming up including Nicholas Payton. I've seen some of the best shows in this city there over the last 5 years, especially during Jazz Fest.

            http://threekeysnola.com/
            While I agree they've showcased interesting music over the years, I find the noise bleed from the bar to the front of the building a deal killer.

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            • Originally posted by DownDaBayou View Post

              While I agree they've showcased interesting music over the years, I find the noise bleed from the bar to the front of the building a deal killer.
              It depends, for a lot of shows, especially the ones you pay to get into, they close all the doors/panels to fix that problem. It's also one of the best sounding rooms around.

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