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Vincent Sylvain

Vincent Sylvain

Vincent Sylvain is publisher of Sylvain Music Notes and The New Orleans Agenda e-newsletter; the leading alternative for News, Arts,
Culture & Entertainment on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast Region.

 

 

 

NEW ORLEANS (10/12/09) New Orleans’ jazz vocalist Stephanie Jordan is the featured performer for Southern University College of Business Gala on the Bluff.  The Annual Fundraiser is one of the premier events of the University’s homecoming celebration.  This year’s Gala brings an impressive blend of jazz, funk, and rhythm and blues to the Sheraton Baton Rouge Convention Center Hotel, Friday, October 16, 7:30 p.m.

In addition to Jordan, performers include Gina Brown

NEW ORLEANS (10/12/09) On Thursday, October 15th New Orleans’ jazz vocalist Stephanie Jordan is the featured performer for the opening night of the historic Polk Theatre’s "Best Music Venues" series.  Located in Lakeland, Florida as the vision of John E. Melton, the Polk Theatre was built during a golden age in the United States during the Roaring Twenties at a time when jazz thrived . . . it was a place of magic and wonder!

The architect, J.E. Casale, an Italian-born immigrant, recre

By Vincent Sylvain, The New Orleans Agenda

NEW ORLEANS (9/2/09) During Labor Day weekend Sweet Lorraine’s Jazz Club is hosting Sweet Lorraine’s Community Jazz Festival; a free day-long music extravaganza on Saturday and Sunday, September 5 & 6, 2009, culminating with the tradition Black Men of Labor Second Line Parade which begins at 3:00 pm on that Sunday.   The Community Festival celebrates more than sixty years of combined service in the entertainment business b

NEW ORLEANS (Sylvain Music Notes) In continuation of his tradition of highlighting great singers, Jazz/R&B legend Norman Connors will feature New Orleans’ jazz vocalist Stephanie Jordan in concert during the celebration of Sweet Lorraine’s Jazz Club 10th Anniversary on Friday, September 4 and Saturday, September 5, 2009 for two shows each night at 9:00 pm and 11:00 pm.  For individual ticket information and reservation, please visit www.SweetLorrainesJazz.com or call (504) 945-9

BATON ROUGE, LA - New Orleans’ jazz vocalist Stephanie Jordan will headline Southern University’s "1st Annual Classical Jazz Concert Series on the Bluff" on Friday, July 24, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. on the campus’ Mayberry Lawn (inclement weather location Royal Cotillion Ballroom Smith-Brown Memorial Union).

Jordan’s concert will be preceded by a workshop titled "Jazz Pilates with Stephanie Jordan" from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m., inside the University’s Seymour

New Orleans - Old Point Bar is very excited to have Marlon Jordan entertain our patrons on Saturday, July 4th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Join Marlon as he serves Hot Jazz as well as a sizzling dish of Shrimp Creole made in the tradition of his family through several generations. Between sets, Marlon spends time on the grill preparing barbecued oysters and grilled fish.

On the West bank of the River at 545 Patterson, Old Point Bar is l

Sylvain Music Notes (New Orleans 4/15/09) Just in time for the New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Marlon Jordan Quartet's recent Live Concert at the Glenwood Springs, Colorado "Summer of Jazz" series will broadcast during last weekend of April on JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater from NPR Music beginning on Thursday, April 23 in more than 115 markets nationwide.

In New Orleans, the show airs on WWNO 89.9 FM on Saturday, April 25 at 7:00 pm; in Baton Rouge on WBRH 90

NEW ORLEANS - The 2009 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Presented by Shell (April 24-26 & April 30-May 3) will celebrate 40 years of musical and cultural history at next year's star-studded event. The Stephanie Jordan Large Band will perform during the first weekend of Jazz Fest on Saturday, April 25, 2009 at 3:45 PM in a special ‘Tribute to Lena Horne.’ Jordan will fill the WWOZ Jazz

Washington, D.C. - On February 21, 2009 the Black Leadership Forum, Inc. will host the 2008 Lamplighter Awards at the Historic Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U Street, NW, Washington DC 20009. Founded in 1977, the Black Leadership Forum, Inc. has honored and empowered African Americans and corporations that continue to advocate for effective change in the community, through public policy. The 30th Lamplighter Awards will begin with a 5:30pm black tie reception followed by the awar

Washington, D.C. - On February 21, 2009 the Black Leadership Forum, Inc. will host the 2008 Lamplighter Awards at the Historic Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U Street, NW, Washington DC 20009. Founded in 1977, the Black Leadership Forum, Inc. has honored and empowered African Americans and corporations that continue to advocate for effective change in the community, through public policy. The 30th Lamplighter Awards will begin with a 5:30pm black tie reception followed by the awards prog

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