"modern" Jazz group from NOLA
Marcia and her husband came by the museum. She has good taste.
of this traditional
Cajun band from Alexandria.
Lee Benoit Cajun Band
From Rayne, LA.
The "Swamp Pop Man"
New Orleans trumpeter and composer
New Orleans genius.
Here's the home page of this Jazz vocalist from New Orleans.
Officaial home pageof vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter
from Cajun country (Catahoula Lake.)
Web site of a cool New Orleans jazz/gospel vocalist -
John is one of the finest cats around..
Blues guitarist, born in Dubuisson, LA on 12-18-33.
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
He's got a home about 30 minutes from the museum.
Home page of this 9 piece R&B band based out of Metairie, LA.
"The Sax Man" is noted for his work with Louis Prima, but he also
played with Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey, and Al Hirt!
Web site of a wonderful pianist living in New Orleans.
Now living in New Orleans, he plays a great New Orleans-style piano.
Site of this New Orleans roots rock group.
Home page of this fun Louisiana hometown band.
We remember seeing him at Preservation Hall when he was a child.
Dash Rip Rock
These guys helped put playground equipment in the Abita Springs Tourist
The Emperor of the World from Charity Hospital can now be found at his
Mother-in-Law Lounge. Go figure.
He's on our jukebox at the museum.
Andy J. Forest
Blues harp and rub board player, song writer, and an author. too!
New Orleans legend, nice guy, and one of the most well-known jazz clarinetists
in the world
Official web site of this young Cajun music prodigy..
He's got a home on the net.
Sam Henry, Jr.
Site of this New Orleans-born keyboard player.
Site of this blues and roots guitarist/songwriter
Official site of this New Orleans jazz and funk group
Official site of this country
music star from Monroe, LA
Official site of this bassist, composer of contemporary jazz.
Well known blues guitarist from Lettsworth, LA.
Country music star from Ferriday, LA. Also the cousin to "The Killer"
Jerry Lee Lewis and evangelist Jimmy Swaggart.
Web site of singer, songwriter from Shreveport, Louisiana.
One more swamp pop star.
Lizard-like band from New Orleans.
Jeff & Vida
Web site of ths NOLA folk duo, Jeff Burke and Vida Wakeman.
Kirk "Jelly Roll" Johnson
The Web site for this harmonica player From Lake Charles. He's
now one of Nashville's top session musicians.
Web site for this New Orleans jazz/rock group.
New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
New Orleans jazz
Piano player and doctor of rockology.
Site for famous "Ragin' Cajun."
Big time country music star.
Dr. Karl Koenig
Web page of the noted jazz historian and pianist.
New Orlenas singer, songwriter and musician blessed by Bo Diddley.
of this famous New Orleans R&B group.
A NOLA family done good.
Singer songwriter and poet, Zachary Richard was born and raised in Southwest
Louisiana. His music is influenced by the styles typical of the region,Cajun,
Zydeco and New Orleans rhythm and blues, but he has always gone beyond
the limitations of any particular style, creating his own musical gumbo.
On August 11, 1999, the world experienced a tremendous loss with the
passing of Thomas Herman Ridgley, better known as Tommy Ridgley.
On the international music scene for 25 years, he has played and toured
with Dr. John, The Neville Brothers, The Funky Meters, Bob Dylan and
A Louisiana native, this swamp popper was born in Abbeville.
A southwest Louisiana band.
site says: a New Orleans home grown legend. Singer, Songwriter, Producer
and a great entertainer filled with lots of high energy.
Here you will find his bio, reviews, photos & more.
He was born in Louisiana.
The official home page.
Kipori "Baby Wolf" Woods
An award winning blues vocalist and guitarist from New Orleans..
Marva Wright's Gift Baskets are now available.