Kermit Ruffins

What would New Orleans be without Kermit? Born and raised in New Orleans, this trumpeter is famous for his silver sound--and his barbecue. The pre-Katrina days saw him playing his famous weekly gig over at Donna's . ...more
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Gregory Agid

With high-energy, solo-packed shows around New Orleans, clarinetist Gregory Agid is showing audiences that the clarinet can be cool. ...more
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Walter “Wolfman” Washington

Walter "Wolfman" Washington is a blues icon both in New Orleans and across the globe. Having played with some of the biggest names in blues, rock, R&B and funk, Washington has established a solid career that . ...more
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Paul Thibodeaux

Paul Thibodeaux is not only a performing musician, but also the owner of the Thibodeaux School of Music. He has always been innovating with percussion sounds, and he is a blast to watch. He also happens . ...more
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Christin Bradford

Enharmonic Souls’ powerhouse vocalist Christin Bradford brings a sharp edge and soulful sensibilities to her raw and emotionally charged performances. ...more
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Jason “Jack” Jurzak

A member of Meschiya Lake & the Little Big Horns and Tuba Skinny, Jason "Jack" Jurzak sports a striking green-bell tuba and can be heard adding his versatile and bold, deep tones to a range of genres. ...more
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Andy J. Forest

Andy J. Forest is a vocalist for Washboard Chaz Blues Trio. Forest joined Washboard Chaz Blues Trio in 2008 and is featured in the band's record Dog Days. ...more
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Walter Ramsay aka “Whoadie”

Walter “Whoadie” Ramsay founded and leads the Stooges Brass Band with a strong, bright and funky tuba sound. He also play trombone, but his main instrument in the band is the tuba. The tuba and dance . ...more