Posts tagged "blues"

Desbundixie – Bourbon Street Parade

Desbundixie in Aljustrel Jazz Festival
www.desbundixie.com

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What clubs on Bourbon Street in New Orleans allow 18 year olds to party?

I am planning on going for my 18th birthday and I was just wondering if I could get into a few clubs. :) I am planning on staying at a hotel on Bourbon Street and everything, but I don’t want to go if I can’t party. I know you have to be 21 to drink though…

I live in New orleans and have been going to the clubs before I was 17 most of the clubs on bourbon or in new orleans dont ask for ID as long as you look legal your in. your gonna have fun on bourbon anyway you may not even wanna go into a club


Mardi Gras 2008: Bourbon Street

Mardi Gras 2008: Bourbon Street

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Carry a pocket knife on bourbon street?

Could I carry a decent sized pocket knife while walking up and down bourbon street? Going into bars and shops? Laws down there? Never been there before.

as long as the blade is not longer than 4 inches it’s not a problem.

but wearing it say on your belt, in a holder is not recommended as the policemen/bouncers may ask you to leave it at home or in your car.

so carry it if you want but keep it in your pocket or out of sight.


Does anyone know a good recipe for Bourbon Street Chicken?!?

Anything like the one used by Golden Corral, maybe?!

Ingredients:

4 chicken breasts
1 teaspoon ground ginger
4 ounces soy sauce
2 tablespoons dried onion flakes
1/2 cup brown sugar
3/8 cup bourbon whiskey
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

DIRECTIONS: Place chicken breasts in a 9×13 inch baking dish. In a small bowl combine the ginger, soy sauce, onion flakes, sugar, bourbon and garlic powder. Mix together and pour mixture over chicken. Cover dish and place in refrigerator. Marinate overnight. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Remove dish from refrigerator and remove cover. Bake in the preheated oven, basting frequently, for 1 1/2 hours or until chicken is well browned and juices run clear.
Yield: 4 Servings


New Orleans – Blues Brothers, Louisiana Gator Boys

From the
Blues Brothers 2000
Soundtrack

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Soulfly “I and I” @ Bourbon Street NPR,FL 11/08/08

(add ” &fmt=18 ” for HQ version)
1 of 2 vids I took during Soulfly’s set @ Bourbon Street on the Conquer tour featuring Bleed the Sky, Incite, and Devastation on 11/08/2008

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Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras 2009.AVI

If one of your next holiday celebrations is Mardi Gras, here’s a preview — sights and sounds in the French Quarter that I experienced in February 2009. Captured on my little Sony digicam.

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78s – NOLA – Milt Raskin’s Hollywood Ragtimers

Nola Song

Felix Arndt – 1915: What the Mississippi Rag is to piano ragtime, Nola is to the genre of Novelty piano solos. While actually not a true novelty rag, it was certainly a pioneering effort in that direction and one of the most well known pieces of a style that would ultimately become a display of pianistic prowess. Arndt started out as a self-taught pianist and later studied with some of the best teachers in New York. He became a staff musician for the Duo-Art reproducing piano company, cutting many spectacular rolls totaling 3000 in all during his short tenure there. Nola was composed for his fiance of the time, Nola Locke, who was both a vocal teacher and professional concert singer. This piano solo caught on very quickly, and lyrics were later added to a simplified version of it. There was even a modified fox trot edition in the early 1920s. Unfortunately for all, Arndt’s life was cut short during the world-wide flu epidemic of 1918. Based on his few published compositions, he certainly had the potential to equal the talents of Billy Mayerl or Zez Confrey, both successful novelty and jazz composers.

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Days of the New @ Bourbon Street

The opening segment of their show. No words to describe the beauty of this music. Simply sublime.

Duration : 0:10:28

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