Bourbon Street Tokyo 2010 Mardi Gras- Roppongi-Steve Gardner, Bill Benfield, Hisa Nakase, Butch and special guest Shingo with the main man Sohan acting as the party host! Big fun over at club A. I. for about 400 this year. thanks EVERYBODY!
Also on this year’s show-the Dixie Land Dukes.
Duration : 0:7:1
Dixieland Crackerjacks touring in Amstelveen.
Koninginnedag 2007. Together with Mayor Jan van Zanen. N.O. Brassband setting with two drummers and Grand-Marshall.
René van Astenrode – bass drum
Lutz Eikelman – sousaphone
Raymond van der Hooft – Grand-Marshall
Anoniem – trumpet
Lielian Tan – snare drum
Slidin’ Selena – trombone
Bert Brandsma – alto sax
Selena and Bert visited New Orleans in 2004. During their Honeymoon they played with the Storyville Stompers at Halloween. Playing Bourbon Street Parade actually in Bourbon Street during a Parade was one great thrill for lovers of classic jazz. Bourbon Street is where things happen in New Orleans. Here it is repeated in the Netherlands with Ray Vanderhooft singing.
Duration : 0:4:29
Lee heads to New Orleans and the craziness ensues on Bourbon Street!
Duration : 0:8:37
Desbundixie in Aljustrel Jazz Festival
Duration : 0:3:58
You see one NYC street fair you've seen them all. The close streets off, and sell all the kinds of food that can kill you, and just basically junk stuff. But they are fun to go and walk through.
Duration : 1 min 4 sec
Katrina- You are an idiot and sore loser. Go away cry baby.
VIKINGS FANS NEED TO GROW SOME BALLS!
Images about Sting and his concert in Central Park
Duration : 0:5:4
Just off of Bourbon Street, a couple of doors down at 727 St. Peter is the coolest little pit stop with the best jukebox in the Quarter. Yo Mama’s Bar and Grill is home to ice cold Abita and other beers and cocktails that hit the spot on a Vieux Carre’ cruise.
Jumbo burgers piled with your choice of extras like bacon, mushrooms, cheddar and peanut butter (I kid you not) are mouthwateringly juicy. A burger order includes an oversized loaded baked potato. You lightweights better share with a friend. You will never finish this mountain of food alone. This time of year there is also spicy hot boiled crawfish. Good stuff!
If you are a tequila drinker you will think you have hit the lottery. Yo Mama’s has over 100 (that is no typo) over one hundred kinds of tequila! Ask Erica behind the bar for one of her salty margaritas on the rocks and put a few dollars in the jukebox. Grab a stool or a booth and stay awhile.
Yo Mama’s is definitely the kind of really cool friendly place where you meet really cool, friendly people. I visited with Melissa and Gary who are New Yorkers and make the trip once a year for French Quarter fun and food. According to Gary, looking forward to the yearly trip keeps them sane in New York for the rest of the year. After a quick lesson on how to eat boiled crawfish these city folk were sucking the heads and pinching the tails right along with the best of the other mudbug eating patrons.
On top of the great atmosphere and satisfying food there is an Improv Comedy Show upstairs on Saturday nights at 10:00. It is worth the $15 cover if you like to laugh your @## off. The tab will make you smile too. Besides the very reasonable prices there is a Yo Mama joke on the bottom of the receipt.
“Yo Mama Joke” – Yo mama so fat, she’s on both sides of the family!
Yeah, I’m talkin’ bout Yo Mama’s. Try it and you will be too. I love this place!
The opening segment of their show. No words to describe the beauty of this music. Simply sublime.
Duration : 0:10:28