Category Archives: Music

Gasa Gasa, singer songwriters

We were too lazy to head back into town for music so tried Gasa Gasa on Freret for some local singer songwriters. I had a juicy IPA to get through the angst. Support Live Music! Advertisements

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Shotgun Jazz Band at The Spotted Cat

Walking up Frenchmen Street from Maison the soundsof Shotgun Jazz Band drew us in to The Spotted Cat for a NOLA pale ale and a fuzzy navel. A fabulous band with a leader belting out the vocals and playing trumpet … Continue reading

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NO Jazz Vipers at Maison

After battling the hordes of tourists (oops, that’s us) on the St. Charles Ave. streetcar we made it to Maison on French St. for cocktails (vieux carrĂ©, sazerac) and the New Orleans Jazz Vipers. Enjoy the live music that made … Continue reading

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Classic Negroni & Jazz at The Archer

I wandered up to the Archer in Jersey City and ended up drinking the on-special Classic Negroni (gin, Campari, vermouth) while listening to Dixieland from The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn, a delightful combination. The cocktail was bitter but the jazz … Continue reading

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Etienne Charles at the Savannah Musuc Festival

We had a great evening dancing at the Charles H Morris Center in Savannah listening to the up-tempo fun of the Etienne Charles Caribbean Dance Party. Thank goodness it wasn’t  a latin salsa beat but rather in the reggae, rock … Continue reading

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J. FLAX and the Heart Attacks

Friday night at Hardywood in Richmond, VA I saw a very fun surf punk band, J. Flax and the Heart Atracks from DC. A power trio of drums, bass and surf guitar with all the tremelo, vibrato and wah wah … Continue reading

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Broadberry

Big Daddy Love at Broadberry playing some kind of country jazz, that is with extended breaks. Naturally the guitar dominated with the keyboard player filling in his chromatic scale solos. The bass player was locked in to the beat focussing … Continue reading

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