The Lost Bayou Ramblers at French Quarter Fest 2009

The Lost Bayou Ramblers perform at the French Quarter Festival, April 18, 2009. New Orleans, Louisiana. I don’t know the name of this song. Sorry about the camera work, but the dancers got in the way and I moved for a better spot. My bad! www.lostbayouramblers.com www.myspace.com/lostbayouramblers Duration : 0:3:12

Man v. Food – BBQ Shrimp in New Orleans

Adam travels to the Big Easy where he dives into a classic New Orleans Dish – BBQ shrimp. New episodes of Man v. Food air Wednesday nights at 10PM, only on the Travel Channel. http://travelchannel.com Duration : 0:2:3

Lenny Kravitz at Gallery 713

      LENNY in New Orleans Doin’ it in New Orleans. Now on my way back to the Bahamas to finish the album. Lenny. Song: “Do It” from the forthcoming album. Also featured in the movie “Precious.” Film by Mathieu Bitton/candytangerine.com Length:4:47 Check out this video of Lenny in the French Quarter with my […]

What was the original way New Orleans was pronounced?

I understand the locals normally say N’orlins – Stress on the Nor. I was just curious if there was an original French way in which Orleans may have been pronounced. Currently I say New Orlins – stress on the Or, but when I was young I would say New Orleens – stress on the leens. […]

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 […]

Top Ten Honeymoon Destinations to Choose From

If you are about to get married and are having a hard time deciding where to go on your honeymoon then you are not alone. A wedding adds plenty of stress to your life and trying to plan your honeymoon around all the other things you have going on can be difficult. If you are […]

Taste of New Orleans Returns

After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina New Orleans is slowly but surely coming back. We are seeing a return of the restaurant and tourism industries which are bringing back more and more tourists to the Big Easy. The greater New Orleans area is also welcoming people as new residents to this historic city. Five years ago, […]