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Category Archives: New Orleans

“Whole lotta blues”

This is Troy Turner, master blues guitarist from Baton Rouge. Last April while on conference in New Orleans, IView full post »

Saturday night in the French Quarter

The sights, sounds and smells of the Quarter, never cease to be intriguing…. Tips, greatly appreciated! CapturedView full post »

Jazz @ Jackson Square, New Orleans

The new cool….sounded fabulous. Nothing better than NOLA for the impromptu street jam. Captured with: d700,View full post »

Blowin’ in the Big Easy

Last April while on conference in New Orleans I bumped into this street band that I had written about earlier. Here isView full post »

Jazz on the corner – French Quarter

Stand up bass player in an impromtu jazz band in Jackson Square, French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisianna. Picked upView full post »

Mississippi paddle boat – New Orleans

Caught the Natchez,  a steamboat that still operates on the Mississippi River out of New Orleans, pulling away fromView full post »

Ceremony in the French Quarter

On my last evening in New Orleans I was wandering down Decatur Street towards Jackson Square when I came across thisView full post »

Uncle Lionel Batiste

The Treme Brass Band assistant leader is the infamous Lionel Batiste who still plays the bass drum with impecableView full post »

Louisiana mudbug

The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful  ~  e.e. cummings Last Saturday following a very wet FridayView full post »

Street Jazz – New Orleans

This fellow is the lead trumpeter for a street jazz band called “To be continued brass band” that wasView full post »

Cafe’ Du Monde – New Orleans

Just got back home this evening after a quick trip for a conference in New Orleans. I love visiting this city…soView full post »