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Jean-Pierre "JP" Alessi is a dedicated follower of his late idol, Emmanuel "Manny" Paul. Manny Paul passed away in 1988 at the age of 84 and is remembered as one of the fin…
After Beat Records, like its sister label, Little Beat Records, is dedicated to preserving highlights in the history of jazz in Denmark. Both ventures are the work of a con…
Sit Yourself Down for a Delicious Bowl of New Orleans Gumbo, LiterallyWhen you consider New Orleans as the birthplace of jazz, blues, swing,rhythm & blues, and…
Kermit Ruffins Wraps Your Troubles in Dreams.... .... And parades those troubles away. Kermit Ruffins is a perfect embodiment of New Orleans music history, and…
For more than a century, the streets of New Orleans echoed the sound of marching bands with colorful names like Olympia, Excelsior, Eagle, Tuxedo and the early St. Joseph b…
Hear What They Heard When Jazz Was The American Past Time "Ben Selvin was one of the great pioneers of American popular music. In 1919, just 21 years old, he l…
Ah, yes. Christmas in New Orleans. The thought does evoke vivid images and strong emotions. But of what kind? For Christmas in New Orleans this year will…
It seems like yesterday that Kenny Davern was "the kid" that played with Eddie Condon. Well, the kid reaches 70 this year and continues to improve. Surely, Condon is up the…
The late music critic Henry Pleasants once wrote, "jazz may be thought of as a current that bubbled forth from a spring in the slums of New Orleans to become the main sprin…
It seems almost incredible that there is not a surviving member of this 1969 all-star quartet. Ralph Sutton (1922-2001) was probably the greatest modern practitioner of gen…