Aaron Neville's My True Story
One of southern Louisiana's first great recording artists was a Creole accordionist and singer named Amede Ardoin.
An Inventive, Inspired Inundation
Bold New Directions for Veteran Musicians
New releases from Charles Lloyd & the Marvels + Lucinda Williams and Walter “Wolfman” Washington
Cornetist Buddy Bolden was the first documented player of New Orleans jazz.
Singer and pianist Carol Fran is a blues, swamp pop, R&B, and jazz musician whose work reflects the influence of southwest Louisiana's culture.
A pillar of New Orleans rhythm and blues (R&B) community, Dave Bartholomew is a trumpeter, vocalist, songwriter, arranger, producer, bandleader, and astute businessman.
Elvis has not left the building
The late New Orleans rhythm & blues artist Ernie K-Doe remains an iconic figure in Crescent City music and culture.
New Orleans pianist and singer Antoine "Fats" Domino (born February 26, 1928) is revered as a founding father of rock & roll, along with Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and Jerry Lee Lewis.
From 1933 to 2005, the Hackberry Ramblers played a blend of Cajun music, western swing, Gulf Coast swamp-pop, early rock and roll, and classic country.