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  • Originally posted by Jordan View Post
    A few more gigs

    4/29
    • Malevitus @ Sidney’s Saloon 7pm
    Malevitus are a great post-punk band with an angular sound, cutting lyrics, and vocals by the charismatic Tiana Hux (a.k.a. MC Sweet Tea,) and as such are quite different from all most all of the musical offerings during the festival season. I recommend this show if you are looking for something different.
     

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    • Originally posted by jjazznj View Post

      I would imagine the Mobetta show will go late into the night.
      Mononeon has late night with medeski, etc. The party will probably move to Howlin' Wolf around 2-ishness....wouldn't be surprised if Paak and Mobetta stop by.

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      • Originally posted by belyin View Post

        Malevitus are a great post-punk band with an angular sound, cutting lyrics, and vocals by the charismatic Tiana Hux (a.k.a. MC Sweet Tea,) and as such are quite different from all most all of the musical offerings during the festival season. I recommend this show if you are looking for something different.
        I heard this track from Malevitus a few months ago on WWOZ.

        https://malevitus.bandcamp.com/track/night-of-the-dog

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        • Originally posted by Jim View Post

          I heard this track from Malevitus a few months ago on WWOZ.

          https://malevitus.bandcamp.com/track/night-of-the-dog
          They sound right out of the late 70s/early 80s NYC scene I grew up in.

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          • For those into Jazz don't miss UK drummer extraordinaire Yussef Dayes at the new One Eyed Jacks on Wed 5/5. You may not see a better drummer anywhere during the fest. This guy is amazing. He was half of Yussef Kamaal who put out their album Black Focus which pretty mush started the UK Jazz boom back in 2016.

            His current band that will most likely be at OEJ: Yussef Dayes - drums / Rocco Palladino - bass / Charlie Stacey - keys / Malik Venna - sax / Alex "Alexander Tha Great" Bourt - percussion

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPwoLD9XvWo

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00POnNoAGaM




            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJZOYAxS99Q

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwVtIPeYIeQ

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g826StJhLk

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D8YPDdsxYU

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            • Curious how the pros do an 8pm show start, do you go straight from fest ? always do like a shower and a change before part deux but seems like a tall order. TIA

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              • Originally posted by edselikethecar View Post
                Curious how the pros do an 8pm show start, do you go straight from fest ? always do like a shower and a change before part deux but seems like a tall order. TIA
                Many 8pms won’t start til later (but not all), if I have stuff planned after that I’ll usually go freshen up and eat but if I only have the 8, I might go straight to there. Depends.

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                • While I should do a favor to my fellow concert goers and take a shower, somehow that always leads to the inevitable nap

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                  • Originally posted by edselikethecar View Post
                    Curious how the pros do an 8pm show start, do you go straight from fest ? always do like a shower and a change before part deux but seems like a tall order. TIA
                    I always shower after fest - quick turnaround is only possible if you are a small krewe - Nancy and I have it down to a science

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                    • Midnight Revival @ Frenchmen Hotel rooftop
                      https://www.eventbrite.com/o/midnigh...al-44294867713

                      The Jake Landry Band
                      Thu, Apr 28, 8:00 PM
                      Midnight Revival • New Orleans, LA
                      Free


                      The Quickening
                      Fri, Apr 29, 9:00 PM
                      Midnight Revival • New Orleans, LA
                      Starts at $10.00


                      Eric Johanson
                      Sat, Apr 30, 9:00 PM
                      Midnight Revival • New Orleans, LA
                      Starts at $10.00


                      Bianca Love
                      Sun, May 1, 9:00 PM
                      Midnight Revival • New Orleans, LA
                      Free


                      Caleb Tokarska Band
                      Wed, May 4, 8:00 PM
                      Midnight Revival • New Orleans, LA
                      Free


                      MIDAS ft. Elmo Price + Friends
                      Thu, May 5, 9:00 PM
                      Midnight Revival • New Orleans, LA
                      Starts at $10.00


                      Green Gasoline
                      Fri, May 6, 9:00 PM
                      Midnight Revival • New Orleans, LA
                      Starts at $10.00
                      Visit my Jazzfest advice site: http://jazzfest.swagland.com/

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                      • All at Toulouse Theatre...

                        Mon, May 2 @ 5:30pm
                        a Musical Conversation w/Big Freedia, Tarriona "Tank" Ball, and DJ Soul Sister

                        Tues, May 3 @ 5:30pm
                        a Musical Conversation w/Ben Jaffe, Charlie Gabriel, and Joshua Starkman

                        Wed, May 4 @ 5:30pm
                        a Musical Conversation w/Ben Ellman, Robert Mercurio, and Stanton Moore

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                        • Originally posted by frijoless View Post
                          All at Toulouse Theatre...

                          Mon, May 2 @ 5:30pm
                          a Musical Conversation w/Big Freedia, Tarriona "Tank" Ball, and DJ Soul Sister

                          Tues, May 3 @ 5:30pm
                          a Musical Conversation w/Ben Jaffe, Charlie Gabriel, and Joshua Starkman

                          Wed, May 4 @ 5:30pm
                          a Musical Conversation w/Ben Ellman, Robert Mercurio, and Stanton Moore
                          Kinda pricey, but the Stanton GPJr interview from last fest was one of my highlights. In for Tuesday!

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                          • If you are looking for something different, in Baton Rouge there is The Red Dragon Listening Room, a wonderful and unique performance venue. The place is an old social aid and pleasure club that has a stage at one end and some pretty good acoustics. It truly is a listening room, people are informed that they are to go outside if they wish to converse. It is run by a non-profit that is funded by donation. Every penny of the admittance fee goes to the headliner, a bucket is passed for the opener. The front half of the room is the VIP, which consists of old sofas and loveseats. The back half is chairs and church pews. No food or drink is sold, but you can get a bottle of water or a brownie if you ask. You are allowed to bring anything you want to eat and drink, and even bring your dog. I have seen some pretty great shows there, including The Flatlanders, Hays Carll, Alison Moorer, Kinky Friedman, Tift Merritt, John Gorka and The Psycho Sisters.

                            Shows during jazzfest:
                            April 27 Rod Picott with Barry Hebert
                            April 28 Trout Fishing In America with Cast Iron Cactus
                            May 1 Steve Forbert duo CD release with Christy Lee Gandy
                            May 7 Bill Kirchen Band with Bill Romano

                            Their website is down, but the facebook page is current. Chris Maxwell runs the place and can be contacted by email at [email protected]
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                            • Originally posted by windowman View Post
                              If you are looking for something different, in Baton Rouge there is The Red Dragon Listening Room, a wonderful and unique performance venue. The place is an old social aid and pleasure club that has a stage at one end and some pretty good acoustics. It truly is a listening room, people are informed that they are to go outside if they wish to converse. It is run by a non-profit that is funded by donation. Every penny of the admittance fee goes to the headliner, a bucket is passed for the opener. The front half of the room is the VIP, which consists of old sofas and loveseats. The back half is chairs and church pews. No food or drink is sold, but you can get a bottle of water or a brownie if you ask. You are allowed to bring anything you want to eat and drink, and even bring your dog. I have seen some pretty great shows there, including The Flatlanders, Hays Carll, Alison Moorer, Kinky Friedman, Tift Merritt, John Gorka and The Psycho Sisters.

                              Shows during jazzfest:
                              April 27 Rod Picott with Barry Hebert
                              April 28 Trout Fishing In America with Cast Iron Cactus
                              May 1 Steve Forbert duo CD release with Christy Lee Gandy
                              May 7 Bill Kirchen Band with Bill Romano

                              Their website is down, but the facebook page is current. Chris Maxwell runs the place and can be contacted by email at [email protected]
                              I wish that place was here in New Orleans. Funny thing is that I've never been in Baton Rouge. Just never had any reason to. Maybe now I do.

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                              • Why the tickets for Mobeta and .Paak at Toulouse Theater has increased from $60 to $80 if it's still in early bird?

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