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Elton John postpones Dallas concerts after positive Covid test

Singer says he has mild symptoms and expects to perform in Arkansas at the weekendCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSir Elton John has postponed his concerts in Dallas, Texas, after testing positive for Covid-19 a week after restarting his farewell tour.The singer, 74, had just returned to the stage for the first time after a hiatus of almost two years, resuming his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour in New Orleans last week. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, World news, US news, Culture, Arkansas, Elton John, New Orleans, Dallas, Dallas Texas, Coronavirus, COVID

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Super Wild Card Weekend Predictions

The final weekend of the NFL season aka Week 18 was disastrous when it came to my predictions. My record was 4-8, which dropped my overall mark to 91-63. My winning percentage dipped from 61.3 down to 59.1%. The final weekend of action had a lot to be determined for positioning and division winners. All the Indianapolis Colts had to do was beat Jacksonville and they’re in the playoffs. The Jaguars came to play, and they pulled off the upset over the Colts. Pittsburgh defeated the Ravens 16-13 ...
Tags: Cowboys, NFL, Raiders, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans, Jazz, Chargers, Dallas, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 18 NFL Predictions

Week 17 saw a lot more clarity when it came to the playoff picture. My record was 6-3, which brought my overall mark to 87-55. The winning percentage went from 60.9 to 61.3%. In the NFC, Green Bay clinched the #1 seed by beating Minnesota on Sunday Night. With that win, they propelled the Philadelphia Eagles into the playoffs also. With their loss to Arizona, the Cowboys dropped down to the 4th spot as they could face the Cardinals in the playoffs also. The Rams and Buccaneers are 2nd and 3rd af...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, San Francisco 49ers, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Raiders, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Dolphins, Tennessee, Steelers, Arizona

Doreen Ketchens’ Astonishing Rendition of “The House of the Rising Sun”: A World-Class Clarinetist Busks on the Streets of New Orleans

Dirtiness has no description. It is a  feeling. — music transcriber George Collier You may be able to read music and play the clarinet, but it’s extremely unlikely you — or anyone — will be able to play along with Doreen Ketchens‘ “dirty” solo on “The House of the Rising Sun,” above, despite an assist from Tom Pickles‘ scrolling transcription. Download the transcription for free and keep trying. It’s what Ketchens, a world renowned clarinetist and music educator, who has played for four ...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Education, College, US, New Orleans, Jazz, Louis Armstrong, Lawrence, St Peter, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Dukes, Dorian, Doreen Ketchens, Ketchens, Buster Bailey

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 16 NFL Predictions

Week 15 is in the books and it was one of my better ones I’ve ever had. My record was 7-3, which brought my total mark to 75-48. The winning percentage jumped from 60.2 to 61%. The big news in the NFL, sports and around the world is rising Covid cases. We saw the Las Vegas/Cleveland game moved to Monday afternoon. We also saw the Philly/Washington and Seahawks/Rams games moved to Tuesday. The big surprise of the week was the Detroit Lions beating the Arizona Cardinals. New Orleans continued thei...
Tags: Minnesota, Washington, Cowboys, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, NFL, Raiders, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Arizona, New Orleans, Jazz, Chargers, Dallas

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 13 NFL Predictions

Week 12 was a step in the right direction as my record was 7-4. My overall mark went to 58-40, which has me closer the 60% winning percentage. The winning percentage went from 58.6 to 59.2%. One of the bigger surprises from a week ago was the Las Vegas Raiders beating the Dallas Cowboys. The Bengals laid claim to being one of the best in the AFC with their rout of Pittsburgh. The Patriots made it six in a row with a blowout win over the Tennessee Titans. The Rams continued their downward spiral ...
Tags: Washington, Cowboys, Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, NFL, Raiders, Atlanta, Tennessee, Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jazz, Chargers, Dallas, Las Vegas

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 12 NFL Predictions

Welcome to Week 12 of the 2021 NFL season as this is Thanksgiving week. With that, the NFL got you covered with three games to enjoy. Week 11 finally saw me come out with a positive record. My record was 5-2 and my overall mark went to 51-36, The winning percentage jumped from 57.5 to 58.6%. Last week, we saw the continued dominance by the Patriots defense as they shutout the Falcons. Indianapolis made a statement by going to Buffalo and beating down the Bills. The Chiefs defense continues to sh...
Tags: Minnesota, Washington, Cowboys, Cleveland Browns, NFL, Raiders, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Chicago, Steelers, New Orleans, Jazz, Chargers, Dallas, Aaron Rodgers

Diagnosis: What Would It Take To Make Victoria BC A Music Center?

Research was completed by an organization that specializes in analyzing local music scenes — Sound Diplomacy — which has come up with strategies for major music cities such as London, England and New Orleans. – CBC
Tags: Art, Music, New Orleans, London England

7 Possible Destinations Where Odell Beckham Jr. Could Be Playing Next

Odell Beckham Jr. and the Cleveland have come to an agreement to officially part ways. Prior to that, there has been rumored dissension between Beckham Jr. and Baker Mayfield. The Browns held the receiver out of practice for the week leading to speculation about his release. The trade deadline came and went, and the Browns wasn’t able to trade him. While Odell Beckham Jr. haven’t had a great season, he’s still explosive and could give some team a boost. Where do you see Odell Beckham Jr. signi...
Tags: New Orleans Saints, LSU, Raiders, Derek Carr, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans, Jazz, Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Saints, Cleveland, Jameis Winston

Jazz Trumpeter Irvin Mayfield Sentenced To Prison For Stealing From Post-Katrina Charity

Mayfield, who became a symbol of the survival of New Orleans, and his business partner, pianist Ronald Markham, were given 18-month sentences for diverting $1.3 million to themselves from the New Orleans Public Library Foundation. – NPR
Tags: Art, Music, New Orleans, Irvin Mayfield, Mayfield, Ronald Markham

Hurray For The Riff Raff – “Rhododendron”

It’s been a while since we last heard from Hurray For The Riff Raff, Alynda Segarra’s New Orleans-based country-rock project. Last year, Segarra teamed up with Bedouine and Waxahatchee for a cover of Big Star’s “Thirteen,” but Segarra hasn’t released a full-length Hurray For The Riff Raff project since the tough and thoughtful 2017 album The Navigator. Today brings the news that a new Hurray For The Riff Raff album called Life On Earth is coming early next year. We also get to hear a new single ...
Tags: Music, New Orleans, New Music, Waxahatchee, Segarra, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Bedouine, Lucia Honey, Raff Alynda Segarra

Daddy’s Hangout Week 8 2021 NFL Predictions

Welcome to Week 8 of the 2021 NFL season as a lot of teams are separating from others. My record was 4-2 last week, which brings my overall mark to 38-22. My winning percentage went up a little from 63 to 63.3%. The Arizona Cardinals remain undefeated after a dominating performance against the Houston Texans. Kyler Murray connected with his new target, Zach Ertz on a 47-yard TD pass. Cincinnati made a statement as they went to Baltimore and blew out the Ravens. Tampa Bay manhandled the Chicago B...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Cowboys, NFL, Los Angeles, Indianapolis, Chicago, Steelers, Arizona, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans, Jazz, Chargers, Aaron Rodgers, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers

Hear Another Great Track From Meters Guitarist Leo Nocentelli’s Lost ’70s Folk Album

Last month, reissue label Light In The Attic announced that they had uncovered a lost folk album by the Meters guitarist Leo Nocentelli, which he recorded in the ’70s but shelved to focus on his main band. After the recordings made their way from New Orleans to a Southern California storage facility over the decades, they’ll finally see a proper release later this fall.
Tags: Music, New Orleans, Southern California, New Music, Leo Nocentelli, the Meters

Get Used To Seeing The Name Tai Verdes

The concept behind the MTV reality show Are You The One is as follows: Twenty-two young singles are matched into ideal couplings using dating software, then must work to identify their perfect matches while living together. If each algorithmically ordained couple successfully identifies each other, the whole group gets to split a million dollars — so, sort of a dystopian remix of familiar MTV concepts like The Real World and Next. In season six, filmed in New Orleans in 2017, the contestants wer...
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October Newsletter

If you like to get email, you can get this via email by signing up here: Happy October! Even though we will not be doing jazz fest at the fairgrounds, it seems like there will still be a bit of music happening. It is nice to see some of the dependable music hangs (old and new) returning. Things like George Porter at the Maple Leaf on Mondays have long been a part of our listening and living rhythm in New Orleans, and the fairly recent addition of the g...
Tags: Music, Personal, New Orleans, Jazz, Site News, Jeff, Carrollton, Dave Cappello, Arabi, George Porter, Broadside, Carrollton Station, Willow St New Orleans LA, Jeff Albert Dave Cappello, St Claude Ave Arabi LA, Dennis McDonough

‘I’ve been dead so many times’: the life and times of New Orleans’s blues king

Little Freddie King has survived three shootings, stabbings, a near fatal bike accident, a stomach ulcer, an accidental electrocution, Hurricane Katrina, and now a pandemicIn a dark, wood-panelled room, thick with humidity and reeking of smoke, the bluesman sits on a battered red couch that droops in the middle. He takes a moment to reflect before walking to the stage. He’s dressed in a pair of shades, a straw fedora, and a technicolor suit jacket splashed with turquoise, pink and peach. His fla...
Tags: Music, Life and style, World news, US news, Culture, New Orleans, Blues, Jazz, Bywater, BJ, Little Freddie King, Coronavirus

Meters Guitarist Leo Nocentelli’s Lost ’70s Folk Album Getting Released By Light In The Attic

Preeminent reissue label Light In The Attic has announced that they are putting out Another Side, a lost ’70s folk album by Leo Nocentelli, the guitarist for the renowned New Orleans band the Meters. The album, which was recorded in the early part of the decade at Cosimo Matassa’s Jazz City Studio, has never been released.
Tags: Music, News, New Orleans, Leo Nocentelli, the Meters, Cosimo Matassa s Jazz City Studio

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 3 NFL Predictions

Welcome to Week 3 of the 2021 NFL season in what has been an exciting couple of weeks. My record from a week ago was 8-4, which pushed my overall mark to 13-8. My winning percentage heading into Week 3 is 61.9% which means I’m below my targeted mark. The Los Angeles Rams continue to impress as they outlasted the Colts on the road. Buffalo rebounded nicely in Miami as they blanked the Dolphins. The Las Vegas Raiders are looking like real contenders early on after beating the Steelers on the road....
Tags: Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Raiders, Derek Carr, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dolphins, Steelers, Arizona, New Orleans, Jazz, Chargers, Dallas, Miami

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 2 NFL Predictions

Welcome to 2021 Week 2 of the NFL season as things kicked off with a bang. Last week was bad, but it could have been much worse with my predictions. My record was 5-4, which falls way short on my quest to have at least a 70% winning percentage. The big shockers on Sunday had to be the Saints dominate the Packers for starters. The other one saw the Arizona Cardinals decimate the Tennessee Titans. On Monday, we saw one of, if not the best game when the Raiders beat the Ravens in OT. We will kick...
Tags: Minnesota, Washington, Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, NFL, Raiders, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Chicago, West, Tennessee, Steelers, Arizona

BOSSIP Exclusive: Vampires Take A Bite Out Of The Big Easy In “Black As Night” [VIDEO]

Amazon Original "Black As Night" follows a teenage girl in New Orleans on a mission to rid the city of vampires after her drug-addicted mom becomes the latest victim of the undead.
Tags: News, Film, Vampires, New Orleans, Jazz, Arts & Entertainment, Shook Ones, Hollyweird, Bossip Exclusives, New Movie, Keith David, Amazon Original Black

St. Vincent talks bringing ‘Daddy’s Home’ to Hollywood Bowl as ‘The Nowhere Inn’ film debuts

“Daddy’s Home,” the sixth studio album from St. Vincent, arrived in May, but Annie Clark, the artist behind the stage name, says it hasn’t felt fully finished until now. “A record doesn’t really feel complete to me until I’ve actually played the songs for people and with people in real-time,” Clark says on a recent phone call. “Because you get to see how the energy in the crowd changes. “You get to see, like, ‘Oh, they’re all singing along to that part,’” she says. “You get to know in a real way...
Tags: Music, Movies, Disney, Beck, Sport, Pink Floyd, Things To Do, Soccer, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, New Orleans, Parliament, St Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, New England, Nine Inch Nails

Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 1 NFL Predictions

The time has come and we finally have football back again. As we all know, Tampa Bay defeated Kansas City to win Super Bowl LV. This year, both teams are considered favorites to win their respective conferences. Tampa Bay starts the season out on a Thursday night at home against the Dallas Cowboys. Kansas City will begin the season at home against a team they could see in the playoffs in the Cleveland Browns. Welcome to Week 1 of the 2021 NFL season. As always, my goal is to finish with winnin...
Tags: Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Alabama, Cleveland Browns, NFL, Drew Brees, Raiders, Derek Carr, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Dolphins, Chicago, Tennessee, Steelers, Dallas Cowboys

Jazz Venues In New Orleans Weren’t Hurt Too Badly By Hurricane Ida — But The Musicians Were

One historical site was blown to bits, but most performance spaces came out with only some roof and water damage. Yet the performers themselves are reeling: the storm and the Delta variant coronavirus killed the first chances they’ve had to work in months. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, New Orleans

Historic New Orleans Jazz Site The Karnofsky Shop Destroyed By Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida, billed as potentially the strongest hurricane to hit New Orleans since the 1850s, made landfall over the weekend, bringing destruction and at least one death in its wake. The storm also demolished an important building in the history of New Orleans jazz. As 4WWL reports, the former Karnofsky Shop, located at 427 S Rampart St., was reduced to rubble by the storm. The building was central to Louis Armstrong’s musical development and later became the city’s first jazz record shop. It...
Tags: Music, News, New Orleans, Louis Armstrong, Karnofsky Shop

Jake Shears: ‘I’d like to say sorry to the Scissor Sisters. I could be an absolute monster’

The singer-songwriter on blanking on live TV, breaking up during Covid and the closest he’s come to deathBorn in Arizona, Jake Shears, 42, fronted the band Scissor Sisters. Their 2004 debut album went to No 1 in the UK and the following year they won three Brit awards. Shears’ latest solo single, Do The Television, is out now. He lives in New Orleans.What is your greatest fear?Ending up alone. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, UK, Life and style, Culture, Pop and rock, New Orleans, Scissor Sisters, Jake Shears, COVID, Arizona Jake Shears

Hear Louis Armstrong’s Last Reel-to-Reel Tape, Made Hours Before His Death (1971)

When Louis Armstrong first recorded “Hello, Dolly!”, in 1963, he “found the song trite and lifeless,” says his biographer Laurence Bergreen, a surprising fact since it became one of his signature tunes. “Armstrong had transformed the song, infusing it with irrepressible spirit and swing,” Marc Silver writes at NPR. He did so all the way to the end of his life, playing “Hello, Dolly!” after accepting an award at the National Press Club in one of his final performances on January 29, 1971....
Tags: Facebook, Music, College, Paris, New Orleans, Congo, Npr, Louis Armstrong, Louis, Ella Fitzgerald, Armstrong, Ella, Josh Jones, Satchmo, Lucille, National Press Club

Vax That Thang Up: Juvenile turns hip-hop classic into pro-vaccine anthem

Updated version of Back That Thang Up aims to increase vaccination in Black communityThe New Orleans rapper Juvenile’s biggest hit record, Back That Thang Up, might have been released 21 years ago, but the classic song is now enjoying a new life as a reworked, pro-vaccine paean that could prove to be a stroke of genius in the battle against Covid-19 in the Black community.On 6 July, the YouTube channel for BLK, a dating app created for Black singles, released the video for Vax That Thang Up, whi...
Tags: Music, Youtube, US news, Rap, Hip-hop, New Orleans, Vaccines and immunisation, Lil Wayne, Coronavirus, COVID

July Newsletter

Hello all, I hope your summer is coming together in ways that bring you peace. Mine has been a bit restful so far, and looks to have some excitement upcoming. Part of that excitement is these two upcoming concerts. Thursday, July 1, 2021 from 7-9pm CDT: Stellar Spells (Rob Mazurek, Jeff Albert, James Singleton, & Mikel Patrick Avery) at The BroadSide (600 N. Broad Ave, New Orleans, LA) presented by Scatterjazz. This is an outdoor venue. Advance tickets are recommended and available from th...
Tags: Music, Chicago, New Orleans, Jazz, Rob, Chris, Rob Mazurek, Jackson MS, Will Thompson, N Broad Ave New Orleans LA, Jeff Albert Katinka Kleijn Chris Alford, Belmont Ave Chicago IL, Katinka Kleijn

LYMTILY – Mahmoud Chouki

This is a new track by Mahmoud Chouki that features the rest of the Unanimous Sources horn section along with some other great New Orleans musicians. I mastered the audio. Enjoy.
Tags: Music, New Orleans, Jazz, Recommendations/Reviews, Recent Listening, Mahmoud Chouki

Moemaw Naedon & Calig Kontra – “Cult Theatre” (EP Review)

This is a brand new collaborative EP between Pittsburgh emcee Moemaw Naedon & New Orleans’ very own Calig Kontra. The pair have worked together on a couple of songs in the past like “Slime Volcanos” & “Old Times”, but are now joining forces with producer Pyramid Tapes (also hailing from New Orleans) to take their chemistry to the next level on Cult Theatre. “A New Abyss” is a short yet evil opener as the duo jump on an organ-laced boom bap instrumental to talk their shit just before Lyrikill...
Tags: Reviews, Albums, New Orleans, Jazz, Pittsburgh, Calig Kontra, Moemaw Naedon, Moemaw Naedon Calig Kontra, Lyrikill

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