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Happy Hour with Nicole Ockmond 5:00 pm
Happy Hour with Nicole Ockmond
Jul 25 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
As a child, Nicole listened to the music of her siblings, parents, & grandparents. Exposure to all of these different types of music helped to shape her own eclectic taste. She discovered her talent for singing while in boot camp for the Army National Guard. When she returned home she joined a local band and learned how to play guitar, write her own songs, produce & record her music. Nicole started her own independent record label, Emovere Recordings.
Meschiya Lake and the Little Big Horns 8:00 pm
Meschiya Lake and the Little Big...
Jul 25 @ 8:00 pm
Meschiya began her singing career at the age of nine, earning a regular gig and winning $500 upon winning an adults only singing contest in a South Dakota Steakhouse. In 2000 as a young woman, she met and began traveling with the Know Nothing Family Zirkus Zideshow and End of the World Circus – a troupe blending traditional circus arts with modern sideshow varieties where Meschiya honed her performance skills with such thrilling acts as glass and insect eating and fire dancing (dangerously twirling around on stage with flame-doused nunchucks). It was while touring with this troupe that she fell in love with and felt immediately embraced by the culturally rich and one of a kind city of New Orleans, her home base for the last decade and counting.In the Spring of 2007, Meschiya began singing with the traditional jazz outfit the Loose Marbles on the French Quarters Royal Street. Joined by jazz dancers Chance Bushman and Amy Johnson, a new revival of traditional jazz and dance consequently blossomed: Bringing the joy and vitality of New Orleanss spirit, wowing audiences both young and old alike, they toured the United States and Europe, playing on streets, in clubs, and leaving a trail of write-ups in publications along the way. Dan Baum of the New Yorker writes”Meschiya Lake rocks back on her heels, lifts her chest, and opens her throat like an air raid siren to croon in a thrilling pre-microphone style that…can make you feel by turns as though you were shivering around a campfire in a railroad (yard) or drinking in a budapest nightclub in 1938.” Back home in New[...]
Messy Cookers Trio 7:00 pm
Messy Cookers Trio
Jul 26 @ 7:00 pm
The Messy Cookers Jazz Band trio is one of the hottest new small groups in New Orleans. Consisting of Alex Owen on trumpet, John Eubanks on guitar, and Gregory Smith on bass, this group has entertained audiences all over the city. This talented band plays a mix of early New Orleans jazz and swing standards.
Jazz Brunch with Charlie Miller 10:00 am
Jazz Brunch with Charlie Miller
Jul 27 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
New Orleans native Charlie Miller is an old friend to several instruments (flute, piano and trumpet), but the trumpet is his first love. His music career began rather uniquely, to say the least. He began by playing the family washing machine hose, then graduated to a beat-up old trumpet an elderly gentleman gave him at the age of 12. In 8th grade, he connected with a young musician who would prove to be a lasting friend and fellow professional – Dr. John. Miller performed with Dr. John’s early band, arranged, produced and performed on many of the now classic New Orleans R&B recordings and still had time to attend Loyola School of Music. Miller left New Orleans to enroll in the Manhattan School of Music. After graduating, he worked with Thelonious Monk, Dr. John’s, Chuck Mangione, the Saturday Night Live Band, Paul Jeffrey, the New York Ballet, Bill Watrous, BB King, Danny Barker, Lou Rawls, Johnny Adams, Al Hirt, and many more. He also participated in the bands for Jay Leno’s Tonight Show and the Conan O’Brien Show. Charlie was also a jazz combo instructor at Loyola University, and his current activities include New Orleans area live performances and new recording projects.
Happy Hour with Joshua Paxton 5:00 pm
Happy Hour with Joshua Paxton
Jul 30 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
At five Joshua Paxton received a little yellow toy piano that he banged on for years, playing along with TV jingles and music on the radio by ear. At 11 his parents gave into his pleas for piano lessons and bought him his first piano. Though classically trained, by the end of high school he saw his future in jazz. As an undergraduate he attended the University of Miami and Bowling Green University, then went on to study under Ellis Marsalis at the University of New Orleans, earning a master’s degree in Jazz Piano. His diverse musical background ranges from avant-garde jazz to stints with major label rock bands. Currently, he is focusing on his unique approach to New Orleans Rhythm and Blues piano style.
Tom Leggett 8:00 pm
Jul 30 @ 8:00 pm
Guitarist and singer-songwriter Tom Leggett is a veteran of the New Orleans music scene, having worked steadily for nearly two decades as a freelance guitarist in a wide range of styles, performing alongside world-class musicians in the Crescent City and on the road. Since the 2013 release of his critically acclaimed debut solo album Spinnin’ My Wheels, Tom has emerged as a successful singer-songwriter and bandleader, headlining clubs all over New Orleans and around the Southeast. “Great songs… and a rhythmically sophisticated band,” says Offbeat magazine. “Leggett’s versatility as a guitarist really shines.”