Bourbon Street

Laredo Street

This is a song I recorded a few years ago with my friend Rudy Divona.

Duration : 3 min 47 sec

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Bourbon Street and New Orleans Fights

New Orleans Fights

Duration : 0:6:35

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What time do bars on bourbon street close on the weekends?


They close??? I haven’t been post Katrina, but the last time I was there there were still clubs open at 4 and bars already ope at 9 when I started over.


Atlantic Street Band (live busking) – Bourbon Street Parade

The Atlantic Street Band busking in Rundle Mall, Adelaide
on Sat 7th May 2010.
Adelaide-based musicians Kyra Schwarz on Sousaphone, Jon Hunt on clarinet, Kev van der Zwaag on drums and Chris Weber on trumpet get out in the fresh air on a beautiful sunny day with their New Orleans derived traditional jazz.

The group would like to thank all the kind passers-by who donate coins and notes and support us by purchasing our CD. THANKS!

The Atlantic Street Band are also a band for hire for your birthday party, wedding, corporate event or any other function you might have.

We are alumni of the Adelaide University Elder Conservatorium School of Jazz.

Please give Chris a call or email (phone number and email address within the video) or contact via the www.MusicAdelaide.com website contact page.

Duration : 0:6:1

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Webisode 12: New Orleans Girls

Kim and Seana arrive in New Orleans just in time for Kim’s concert at the Hard Rock Café, but after the show drama ensues. Will Seana finally have to confess her secret?

Duration : 4 min 38 sec

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Anthony On Bourbon

Anthony waxes philosophic about Bourbon at the NYC Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival with Tom Fischer of BourbonBlog.com.

Duration : 8 min 2 sec

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I’m turning 21, and I’ll be spending it on Bourbon Street. What should I drink?

I don’t really know many drinks, usually at home I just stick to the gin&tonic, margaritas, and beer.

What drinks do you think would be best to try out for my 21st?
And are there any New Orleans specialty drinks I should try while there?

I like almost any drink, unless it tastes like straight alcohol.

have a hurricane!!!!!

hand greades are cool to but don’t have too many.

if you go to lafite’s blacksmith shop and get a purple slurpie


Bourbon Street (Rue Bourbon)

This video is a tribute to the late great Mike Reynolds, the piano accordion showman extraordinaire for Planete Folle Band from 1993 to 2008. May your music live on in our memories, Mike! Bourbon Street is a tribute to the famous party street in New Orleans. It has three verses in English and three verses in French that say the same things about the music, dance, romance, and the unique cuisine of New Orleans and the Louisiana Bayou. It was written in 1993, a year after Vic Sadot travelled to New Orleans and the Acadiana region along the Gulf Coast. The song was released in 1997 by Vic Sadot’s Planete Folle Band on a CD titled “Comin’ Home”. Mike Reynolds plays the joyful accordion. Earle Brown plays the soaring saxophone, and Dennis Hertzog plays the dancing fiddle. Dave Sumner provides the hot sauce for the recipe with his sizzling guitar. The legendary Chris Sherlock is on playing his signature drums. That steady rocking bass is Monty Cullum. Allons danser! (Let’s go dance!) Laissez les bons temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!) Many of our Cajun/Zydeco heroes appear in this video from Louisiana and the San Francisco Bay Area. Alan OBrien is the 2008 bass player helping the young boy learn to play the scrub board. I had no photo of Earle Brown. My apology to you wherever you are. Earle played briefly for Planete Folle while visiting his mother in Wilmington, DE. Last we heard was that he went back to New Orleans and was with a hot travelling band. Thats another Planete Folle sax player named Fulani Davis in a photo from July 4, 2000. This video is dedicated to our buddy and band-mate Michael Reynolds of Blackwood, New Jersey with best wishes and fond memories to his wife Eileen and his sons Mike and Kevin. Mike’s sister Jane is taking the lead in preserving Mikes music and photographic memorabilia. Contact Vic at broadsideballadeer@gmail if you have anything to contribute to preserving the music and memory of our friend Mike. We love you, Mike! Keep on rockin’ in the spirit world!

Duration : 0:3:2

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Alexis Marceaux

New Orleans and Music are virtually synonymous.  I love music, all kinds.  I have my favorites like everybody else, but one of the things I love about New Orleans is there is music everywhere.  I knew early on that I would never be a “Star” since I have no musical talent to speak of, so it is no wonder that I am in awe of those who do.  After lunch one afternoon my husband handed me a CD on his way out to an appointment and said “A client gave me this.  It’s her daughter.  Listen to it and see if you want to catch her live performance later.  She is playing in the Quarter tonight.”  I figured I’d listen to the CD first, before deciding.

 So after seeing him out, I picked up the CD again. “Alexis Marceaux” I read.  “Pretty name”, I thought.  The picture on the cover showed an attractive young lady lying in the grass.    “Cute picture” was my next thought.  I guessed her age to be very early 20’s at best.  Still unsure this would be something I ( in my old age) could relate to, I popped the CD in and “pretty and cute” were not what I was thinking as this big amazing voice filled the room.   Wow, could I relate and I definitely had to reevaluate.  “Powerful” and “Beautiful” were just the beginning.  Of course I was going to see her perform live.  Alexis’  “Elevator Ride” had just become my new favorite song.

The revelations kept coming.  Alexis, young as she might be, was no new kid on the block.  She had played her first public venue at 7 years old and had written her first song at 13.  This young singer-songwriter is also an accomplished piano, harmonica and guitar player. “Talented.”   A New Orleans native, Alexis and her family had lost everything in Hurricane Katrina and had to start completely over.   Katrina might have taken her home, but not her dream to play music.  “Gutsy.”  Her dream to play music in New Orleans, a city she loves. “ Heart.”     
 

Check out Alexis Marceaux, the young lady with a powerful, big, beautiful voice who is also a multi-talented performer with guts and heart.  I have seen and heard “Stars” with less to recommend them.  I should have known better than to judge a book or, in this case, a CD by its cover.  Find out for yourself.   Alexis plays live venues all over the greater New Orleans area and is scheduled to perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in April.  For more about Alexis and her scheduled appearances visit her website: http://alexismarceaux.com/ 

 By Sharon Denise Talbot


Mazarati – 02 – Lonely Girl On Bourbon Street

“Lonely Girl On Bourbon Street”
Mazarati
From the album “Mazarati”

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