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Louisiana Jukebox, the music and culture program that showcased hundreds of New Orleans and Louisiana musicians and bands, will come back to life as New Orleans Live. Read
In an effort to export New Orleans’ greatest natural resource to a worldwide audience, a local production team is launching a one hour music program called “New Orleans Live.” This latest venture will build on the team’s previous success with Louisiana Jukebox, a one hour music show featuring three bands performing live in front of a studio audience. In its heyday, Louisiana Jukebox reached over eight million homes on cable and small to medium sized broadcast television stations in the southeast region during its eight year run from 1996 through 2004.
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New Orleans Live is a music performance television show featuring local, regional & some nationally known musical artists.
Shamarr Allen & The Underdawgs
Shamarr Allen & the Underdawgs are 100 percent Tru Orleans. With an explosive mixture of jazz, hip-hop, and rock they bring the kinetic sounds of the Crescent City around the globe. They’ve toured multiple times as cultural ambassadors for the U.S. State Department playing gigs from Kazakhstan to the White House. His trumpet may be small but it packs a big big sound. Please give it up for Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs.
Sweet Crude is an exciting indie rock band that sketches lyrics in two languages, Cajun French and English. Made up of mostly graduates of New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, they’re the next supergroup from Southern Louisiana. Please welcome, Sweet Crude!
Tonya Boyd-Cannon is a powerful, anointed, and zealous woman, bringing contemporary sounds of gospel, soul and jazz around the world. Her gift of song has brought her from the church to Jazzfest and the TV show The Voice, where she finished in the top 20. Tonya continues to push the envelope with her incredible musical arrangements and jazzy lyrical content. Please make some noise for Tonya Boyd-Cannon!
Lynn Drury grew up on the rodeo circuit in rural Mississippi and has since molded her own style of southern Grit and New Orleans Groove. Gigging all over the world, Lynn’s music has taken her throughout the United States and Europe. Her unique acoustic sound mixes zydeco, rockabilly and blues into a gumbo that’s perfect for her adopted hometown of New Orleans. Please make some noise for the one and only Lynn Drury!