Lilli Lewis
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
by neworleansmusicians
1w ago
Trained as an opera singer and classical pianist, Georgia native Lilli Lewis has been a composer, producer and performer for over two decades. Fresh off the stage at this year's Jazz Fest, Lilli is well versed in folk, roots, country soul, gospel, and jazz. Having a prodigious ear early on, the practice of music was a way for her to mend early childhood trauma as well as congeal the different hemispheres of her mind. Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds were enough of an inspiration to her to quit her job, leave town, and pursue her career in music. She has always been a multi-genre writer, finding ..read more
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Jan Ramsey pt. 2
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
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3w ago
In this episode, Offbeat Magazine publisher Jan Ramsey talks about the challenges she faced as a board member of the French Quarter Festival. She gives us insight into the inner workings of the festival and what could be improved upon. We talk about the musicians' union in New Orleans, venue ailments downtown and their cultural impact, and a musician directory she created that was ahead of its time. She reflects on her time at college and tells all in this important finale of out time together.    https://www.offbeat.com ..read more
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Jan Ramsey (Pt 1)
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
by neworleansmusicians
1M ago
Jan Ramsey, publisher of Offbeat Magazine, gives an in-depth look into her formative years and her assumption of various roles of influence living and working in New Orleans. We discuss the underlying mechanics and infrastructure of local festivals, museums, and social landscapes, and how they impact the music scene in New Orleans. Peer into her childhood and witness the arts through the lens of a passionate, articulate music journalist.    https://www.offbeat.com ..read more
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Alfred Banks
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1M ago
There is so much that can be said about lyricist Alfred Banks, from the 12th Ward in New Orleans, Louisiana. His entrepreneurial acumen and diligence has landed him on the cover of major publications, a groundbreaking performance with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, a feature at Jazz Fest, and so much more. Self-made and booked out to the end of the year, we sit and talk about the experiences that made him and his strides in the business of music.  https://www.underdogcentral.com ..read more
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Johnny Lagrange
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
by neworleansmusicians
2M ago
Guitarist and vocalist Johnny Lagrange of The Bald Dog Project hails from Garyville, Louisiana. We talk about his roots in Cajun and country music, and how the greats like Black Sabbath and Slayer broadened his exploration. His move into sobriety never stifled his creativity. Rather, authored frustrations written during recovery, coupled with an acoustic guitar he was given as a gift, fueled a fusion of acoustic and heavy metal that has come to be known as The Bald Dog Project. It causes us to define what is "heavy" in music and transitions us to a new project that's been under wraps until now ..read more
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Sean Riley
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
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3M ago
Freshly signed to Pugnacious Records, singer/ songwriter and guitarist Sean Riley originally hails from Saratoga Springs, New York. He grew up listening to Roy Orbison, Beach Boys, Paul Simon, and Waylon Jennings. Though no one in his family played, he just loved the look of an SG hanging on the music shop wall and took it upon himself to learn. He was a bit of a shy kid but playing helped him out of his shell, finding support and making friends along the way. He gravitated toward his current expressions of blues, roots, and Americana and formed Sean Riley and the Water. While Manhattan venues ..read more
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Dean Zucchero
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
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4M ago
Bassist Dean Zucchero has a resume a mile long that starts in Manhattan and ends up in New Orleans, including a nine-year stint in Europe. He has played along-side such respected musicians as Popa Chubby, Ghalia Volt, Sweet Georgia Brown, Little Freddie King, and Johnny Sansone, to name a few. His projects have charted on Billboard while his acumen has landed him the position of program director at Bratz Y'all, a German Bistro in the Bywater area of New Orleans. Hear about his travels, his studio sessions, his new label, and his upcoming international tour with Cyril Neville (The Meters, The N ..read more
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Adam Pearce
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4M ago
Born in Bunkie, Louisiana, Adam chose an instrument over a high school class ring and scored his first guitar from the famed Cajun Pawn Stars. A taste for the classics made him choose Led Zeppelin and Temple of the Dog when auditioning for national TV show The Voice. Making the cut landed him in Hollywood! Natural talent and hard work has kept his bookings plentiful. Experience the life of a musician through the eyes of a gifted, dedicated guitarist and singer, Adam Pearce.  ..read more
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Kirk Windstein Pt. 1
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
by neworleansmusicians
5M ago
Born in Middlesex, England, Kirk Windstein came to settle in River Ridge, Louisiana as a young child. He has since come to establish himself as a keystone in the southern metal genres, signifying an unstoppable force in bands like Crowbar, Down, EyeAm, and Kingdom of Sorrow. We sit and talk about his experiences as a child that led him to music, his initial exploration in thrash playing with Mike Hatch, Jimmy Bauer, and Mike Savoy in Shell Shock, and a few choice words of advice from his father that he holds dear. There's so much packed into this one. I do hope you enjoy ..read more
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Pocket Chocolate
Neworleansmusicians.com Podcast
by neworleansmusicians
5M ago
Pocket Chocolate, a New Orleans funk band, is the amalgamation of brass, keys, strings, and drums. They perform covers as well as originals, seamlessly blending together their favorite funk songs with improvisational jam sessions, and also play original material in their sets. Although recording their debut EP while constantly gigging has been a challenge for their 9 members, they are extremely active in the New Orleans music scene. In this episode, I sit down with Gabe, a member who plays bass, guitar, piano and sings, and Dalton who plays piano and percussion. And we discuss Gabe’s influence ..read more
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