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

Gregory Agid

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

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

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

Christin Bradford

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

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

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

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