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Glen David Andrews Band

Andrews was born in the historic Tremé neighborhood, which many consider to be the oldest black community in the United States. Transfixed by the magic and mystery of the city's second-line parades, Andrews and his older brother, Derrick Tabb of the Rebirth Brass Band, along with their younger cousin Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, soaked up life's musical lessons by learning the history of the brass band tradition from iconic figures like Tuba Fats. Andrews says. “Jesus was born in a manger, I was born in a second line.”

Andrew's showmanship has long endeared him to audiences on New Orleans' fabled Frenchman Street. He's also made a profound impression at the world's biggest block party – the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. “Glen is one of the giant talents of New Orleans music,” says fest producer Quint Davis.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 1, 2017 at 8:00PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The Brass-A-Holics

Since 2010, the Brass-A-Holics have been taking their unique sound around the world. Steeped in the deep musical culture of New Orleans, the band brings a heavy dose of go-go funk to the New Orleans brass sound.
In a blending of musical cultures stemming from cities separated by more than a thousand miles, a Brass-a-Holics live show takes the New Orleans brass band culture and infuses it with the electricity of Washington D.C.'s go-go. The resulting sound is both captivating and unique. The band consists of core New Orleans brass elements- trumpet, trombone, saxophone- and adds a full drum set, percussion, keyboard, bass and electric guitar, giving the band limitless options to explore new sonic territory.
Whether performing their original music or using the framework of hit pop songs as springboards for fiery improvisations, there is something in the set to appeal to every music fan. Once the music starts, the demographics blend and a brand new experience is created- one that leaves one-of-a-kind memories that live on long after the last note.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (15 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 2, 2017 at 8:30 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The James Rivers Movement

New Orleans holds James Rivers in a special place in its heart. The multi-instrumentalist and composer grew up in New Orleans’ Sixth Ward and has performed regularly in the city for decades. He is known for his work as a session musician starting in the 1950s, helping Sam Cooke pen the finishing touches on “You Send Me,” and writing music for six Clint Eastwood films.

*Please note that your Preferred Seats will expire at the conclusion of the show, and your purchase will not include front row(s) seating for the 11 PM show*


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 3, 2017 at 7:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Daniel Meinecke - Jazz Piano



Location: The Jazz Playhouse (110 total capacity)
Notes:
All seating is First-Come, First Serve for this concert.
Nov 3, 2017 at 4:00 PM


Trixie Minx`s Burlesque Ballroom featuring Romy Kaye & The Mercy Buckets

New Orleans own Burlesque Showgirl Miss Trixie Minx is celebrating her Birthday & wants you to join in the fun.

Trixie’s weekly Burlesque Ballroom Production will be taking a special sparkle twist on her Birthday theme on Friday May 5th, 2017 at the Jazz Playhouse. While this classic inspired burlesque show with a live jazz band regularly features a rotating cast of 5 lovely ladies, for this one night we will have over 20 dazzling dames performing throughout the night. While there will be cocktails & entertainment all evening the party will culminate with a cake celebration at the end of the show. While Trixie promises to wear her birthday suit to mark the occasion dress code for attendees is suggested as glitter casual

*Preferred Seating for small parties only. Parties of 8 or more people must inquire via email to JBonilla@sonesta.com to reserve.*


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (15 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 10:45 PM and is held until 11:30 PM.
Nov 3, 2017 at 11:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Tom Hook - Jazz Piano

Join us for the musical stylings of Tom Hook!
Multi talented pianist and singer, Tom Hook who co wrote and starred in the production of `Jump, Jive, and Wail, the music of Louis Prima at the National WW11 Museum theater.
Musician songwriter Tom Hook began his career in Kansas City Missouri, performing in local in regional jazz and rock bands, as well as working as a stage performer at Worlds of Fun theme park. He was a founding member of the New Red Onion Jazz Babies, a regional “trad” jazz favorite.



Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (110 total capacity)
Notes:
All seating is First-Come, First Serve for this concert.
Nov 4, 2017 at 5:00 PM


The Nayo Jones Experience

Nayo Jones debuted at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in 2012 where she has appeared annually since then. Ms. Jones has opened for such greats as Chris Botti, Otis & the Temptations, The Whispers & Lakeside. In addition to her own show, Ms. Jones currently tours alongside New Orleans’ iconic jazz trumpeter, Kermit Ruffins. Though still a babe in the music industry she already has the savvy of some of the most classic female artists and has proven to be a force to be reckoned with.
Ms. Jones has an extraordinary ability to capture her audience and keep them in a trance every time she hits the stage. Nayo Jones continues to cherish those classic tunes she heard growing up and is committed to bringing back the “authenticity of music” each time she performs. Her fans have compared her to the likes of Natalie Cole, Roberta Flack and even Billie Holiday as she belts out tunes from jazz standards to adult R&B.

Nayo Jones is featured on the latest album release by Kermit Ruffins, #imsoneworleans. Her body of work also includes her first original album “My Name is Nayo Jones”, a “Holiday Collection” and her EP simply titled “Nayo”. Jones is currently in the studio working on her first Jazz album.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 4, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Germaine Bazzle

A true treasure and legend of New Orleans jazz, she is the city’s most admired scat singer. Musicians and fans alike are inspired by her improvisation. Every Sunday, New Orleans taste-makers find their retreat at the Playhouse, and admire the music made by the great Germaine Bazzle.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 5, 2017 at 8:00PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Gerald French & The Original Tuxedo Band

Founded in 1910, the Original Tuxedos have the longest history of continuous performance in New Orleans. Gerald French carries this century old band forward playing the raucous, irresistible sounds of classic New Orleans jazz for all to enjoy.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 6, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





James Martin Band

Saxophonist James Martin’s distinctive sound has been a staple in the New Orleans music scene. James encapsulates the funky yet syncopated pulse of New Orleans music. He can seamlessly transition between jazz, funk, mainstream music, blues, making it difficult to place him
in just one genre.

James Martin’s pride for New Orleans cannot be described with words, only through his music. Louis Armstrong, Ernie K Doe, and Fats Domino are some of the musical influences that paved his musical journey.
During his studies at NOCCA and Loyola New Orleans College of Music, James cut his chops performing clubs and second lines in New Orleans. He traversed New Orleans vibrant musical landscape, playing with icons
such as Dr. John, Lenny Kravitz and Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, as well as his musical hero,
Allen Toussaint.

Through his appearance on ESPN Monday Night Football and concert at The Apollo Theater, James has brought the sound of New Orleans to the rest of America, and around the world while performing at the US Ambassador’s Fourth of July Party in Paris and at the Martinique Jazz Festival.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 7, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Glen David Andrews Band

Andrews was born in the historic Tremé neighborhood, which many consider to be the oldest black community in the United States. Transfixed by the magic and mystery of the city's second-line parades, Andrews and his older brother, Derrick Tabb of the Rebirth Brass Band, along with their younger cousin Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, soaked up life's musical lessons by learning the history of the brass band tradition from iconic figures like Tuba Fats. Andrews says. “Jesus was born in a manger, I was born in a second line.”

Andrew's showmanship has long endeared him to audiences on New Orleans' fabled Frenchman Street. He's also made a profound impression at the world's biggest block party – the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. “Glen is one of the giant talents of New Orleans music,” says fest producer Quint Davis.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 8, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The Brass-A-Holics

Since 2010, the Brass-A-Holics have been taking their unique sound around the world. Steeped in the deep musical culture of New Orleans, the band brings a heavy dose of go-go funk to the New Orleans brass sound.
In a blending of musical cultures stemming from cities separated by more than a thousand miles, a Brass-a-Holics live show takes the New Orleans brass band culture and infuses it with the electricity of Washington D.C.'s go-go. The resulting sound is both captivating and unique. The band consists of core New Orleans brass elements- trumpet, trombone, saxophone- and adds a full drum set, percussion, keyboard, bass and electric guitar, giving the band limitless options to explore new sonic territory.
Whether performing their original music or using the framework of hit pop songs as springboards for fiery improvisations, there is something in the set to appeal to every music fan. Once the music starts, the demographics blend and a brand new experience is created- one that leaves one-of-a-kind memories that live on long after the last note.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (15 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 9, 2017 at 8:30 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The Nayo Jones Experience

Nayo Jones debuted at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in 2012 where she has appeared annually since then. Ms. Jones has opened for such greats as Chris Botti, Otis & the Temptations, The Whispers & Lakeside. In addition to her own show, Ms. Jones currently tours alongside New Orleans’ iconic jazz trumpeter, Kermit Ruffins. Though still a babe in the music industry she already has the savvy of some of the most classic female artists and has proven to be a force to be reckoned with.
Ms. Jones has an extraordinary ability to capture her audience and keep them in a trance every time she hits the stage. Nayo Jones continues to cherish those classic tunes she heard growing up and is committed to bringing back the “authenticity of music” each time she performs. Her fans have compared her to the likes of Natalie Cole, Roberta Flack and even Billie Holiday as she belts out tunes from jazz standards to adult R&B.

Nayo Jones is featured on the latest album release by Kermit Ruffins, #imsoneworleans. Her body of work also includes her first original album “My Name is Nayo Jones”, a “Holiday Collection” and her EP simply titled “Nayo”. Jones is currently in the studio working on her first Jazz album.

*Please note that your Preferred Seats will expire at the conclusion of the show, and your purchase will not include front row(s) seating for the 11 PM show*


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 6:30 PM and is held til 8:30 PM
Nov 10, 2017 at 7:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Daniel Meinecke - Jazz Piano



Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (110 total capacity)
Notes:
All seating is First-Come, First Serve for this concert.
Nov 10, 2017 at 4:00 PM


Trixie Minx`s Burlesque Ballroom featuring Romy Kaye & The Mercy Buckets

A modern spin on a classic 1960's Bourbon Street Burlesque Show with a rotating cast of soloists all performing classic strip tease to live music, bringing quality Jazz & Burlesque back to its original home on Bourbon Street.
Trixie Minx is the preeminent burlesque beauty, delighting audiences throughout the U.S., Europe and Australia! Known for her comic-inspired strip tease, Trixie has toured with Comic Relief and recently was awarded HEEB's top 100 for outstanding comedy act.
Whether a bubbly blonde or a sultry brunette, her performance is sure to wow you.

*Preferred Seating for small parties only. Parties of 8 or more people must inquire via email to JBonilla@sonesta.com to reserve.*


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (15 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 10:45 PM and is held until 11:30 PM.
Nov 10, 2017 at 11:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Shannon Powell Quartet

Shannon Powell is a highly sought after drummer and percussionist who has achieved international acclaim for his commanding technique and style, rooted in the characteristic funky drum beats of New Orleans.
From 1987 to 1992, Powell toured extensively with Harry Connick, Jr. and released two platinum albums with Connick including, `We Are in Love,` and `Blue Light Red Light.” He also recorded `Lofty's Roach Souffle` with Connick. During subsequent years, Powell has toured with Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center, Marcus Roberts, Diana Krall, Dr. John, Earl King, and many many more.
Currently, he is a bandleader and has recorded his own CD, `Powell's Place,` which showcases a mix of traditional and original jazz songs and also features Powell on vocals. Powell is considered a leading force on the traditional jazz circuit and also serves as an educator and clinician. He has been featured at workshops presented at universities and jazz festivals all over the world.
Considered a living legend in New Orleans music, Shannon Powell is heralded as `The King of Treme,` the neighborhood where he grew up in New Orleans, which has given birth to countless musical inspirations and innovations.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 11, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Chris Zeunges - Jazz Piano



Location: The Jazz Playhouse (110 total capacity)
Notes:
All seating is First-Come, First Serve for this concert.
Nov 11, 2017 at 5:00 PM


Germaine Bazzle

A true treasure and legend of New Orleans jazz, she is the city’s most admired scat singer. Musicians and fans alike are inspired by her improvisation. Every Sunday, New Orleans taste-makers find their retreat at the Playhouse, and admire the music made by the great Germaine Bazzle.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 12, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Gerald French & The Original Tuxedo Jazz Band

Founded in 1910, the Original Tuxedos have the longest history of continuous performance in New Orleans. Gerald French carries this century old band forward playing the raucous, irresistible sounds of classic New Orleans jazz for all to enjoy.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 13, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The James Rivers Movement

New Orleans holds James Rivers in a special place in its heart. The multi-instrumentalist and composer grew up in New Orleans’ Sixth Ward and has performed regularly in the city for decades. He is known for his work as a session musician starting in the 1950s, helping Sam Cooke pen the finishing touches on “You Send Me,” and writing music for six Clint Eastwood films.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 14, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Glen David Andrews Band

Andrews was born in the historic Tremé neighborhood, which many consider to be the oldest black community in the United States. Transfixed by the magic and mystery of the city's second-line parades, Andrews and his older brother, Derrick Tabb of the Rebirth Brass Band, along with their younger cousin Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, soaked up life's musical lessons by learning the history of the brass band tradition from iconic figures like Tuba Fats. Andrews says. “Jesus was born in a manger, I was born in a second line.”

Andrew's showmanship has long endeared him to audiences on New Orleans' fabled Frenchman Street. He's also made a profound impression at the world's biggest block party – the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. “Glen is one of the giant talents of New Orleans music,” says fest producer Quint Davis.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 15, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The Brass-A-Holics

Since 2010, the Brass-A-Holics have been taking their unique sound around the world. Steeped in the deep musical culture of New Orleans, the band brings a heavy dose of go-go funk to the New Orleans brass sound.
In a blending of musical cultures stemming from cities separated by more than a thousand miles, a Brass-a-Holics live show takes the New Orleans brass band culture and infuses it with the electricity of Washington D.C.'s go-go. The resulting sound is both captivating and unique. The band consists of core New Orleans brass elements- trumpet, trombone, saxophone- and adds a full drum set, percussion, keyboard, bass and electric guitar, giving the band limitless options to explore new sonic territory.
Whether performing their original music or using the framework of hit pop songs as springboards for fiery improvisations, there is something in the set to appeal to every music fan. Once the music starts, the demographics blend and a brand new experience is created- one that leaves one-of-a-kind memories that live on long after the last note.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 6:30 PM and is held til 8:30 PM
Nov 16, 2017 at 8:30 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





New Orleans Wildlife Band Ft. Ricardo Pascal

Ricardo `Choo Choo` Pascal was born in England but raised in Florida. A young and ambitious tenor saxophone player who studied and graduated from Florida State and UNO, has played alongside Marcus Roberts, Rodney Jordan, Jason Marsalis, Marcus Printup, Irvin Mayfield, Wess Anderson, and Stephen Riley. Pascal has also produced and toured with The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, Pat Casey's tribute to Jaco Pastorius, and the Catskill Jazz Factory.

*Please note that your Preferred Seats will expire at the conclusion of the show, and your purchase will not include front row(s) seating for the 11 PM show*


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 6:30 PM and is held til 8:30 PM
Nov 17, 2017 at 7:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Chris Zeunges - Jazz Piano



Location: The Jazz Playhouse (110 total capacity)
Notes:
All seating is First-Come, First Serve for this concert.
Nov 17, 2017 at 4:00 PM


Trixie Minx`s Burlesque Ballroom featuring Romy Kaye & The Mercy Buckets

A modern spin on a classic 1960's Bourbon Street Burlesque Show with a rotating cast of soloists all performing classic strip tease to live music, bringing quality Jazz & Burlesque back to its original home on Bourbon Street.
Trixie Minx is the preeminent burlesque beauty, delighting audiences throughout the U.S., Europe and Australia! Known for her comic-inspired strip tease, Trixie has toured with Comic Relief and recently was awarded HEEB's top 100 for outstanding comedy act.
Whether a bubbly blonde or a sultry brunette, her performance is sure to wow you.

*Preferred Seating for small parties only. Parties of 8 or more people must inquire via email to JBonilla@sonesta.com to reserve.*


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (15 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 10:45 PM and is held until 11:30 PM.
Nov 17, 2017 at 11:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Tom Hook - Jazz Piano

Join us for the musical stylings of Tom Hook!
Multi talented pianist and singer, Tom Hook who co wrote and starred in the production of `Jump, Jive, and Wail, the music of Louis Prima at the National WW11 Museum theater.
Musician songwriter Tom Hook began his career in Kansas City Missouri, performing in local in regional jazz and rock bands, as well as working as a stage performer at Worlds of Fun theme park. He was a founding member of the New Red Onion Jazz Babies, a regional “trad” jazz favorite.



Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (110 total capacity)
Notes:
All seating is First-Come, First Serve for this concert.
Nov 18, 2017 at 5:00 PM


Mario Abney

Chicago born and raised Jazz Trumpeter Mario Abney now of New Orleans fuses traditional and extended trumpet techniques in a most inventive way his strikingly personal instrumental vision endows the music with an infinite array of tonal color. Recognized for his ability to create pure musical dialog, and hear music in a universally spiritual way, he is definitely one of New Orleans most pioneering young jazz musicians.
As a musician and artist Mario believes “music is freedom, its a channel from a Higher Source, and there is so much freedom in the beauty of that”. As a composer Abneyʼs music can be heard on his album Spiritual Perception and radio stations such as, WWOZ New Orleans, WBOK New Orleans, WCSU Wilberforce Ohio, and several other radio stations and cable tv programs.
Currently Mario Abney is also a featured member of the Soul Apostles on the HBO tv series Treme.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 18, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Germaine Bazzle

A true treasure and legend of New Orleans jazz, she is the city’s most admired scat singer. Musicians and fans alike are inspired by her improvisation. Every Sunday, New Orleans taste-makers find their retreat at the Playhouse, and admire the music made by the great Germaine Bazzle.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 19, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Gerald French & The Original Tuxedo Jazz Band

Founded in 1910, the Original Tuxedos have the longest history of continuous performance in New Orleans. Gerald French carries this century old band forward playing the raucous, irresistible sounds of classic New Orleans jazz for all to enjoy.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 20, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The James Rivers Movement

New Orleans holds James Rivers in a special place in its heart. The multi-instrumentalist and composer grew up in New Orleans’ Sixth Ward and has performed regularly in the city for decades. He is known for his work as a session musician starting in the 1950s, helping Sam Cooke pen the finishing touches on “You Send Me,” and writing music for six Clint Eastwood films.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 21, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Glen David Andrews Band

Andrews was born in the historic Tremé neighborhood, which many consider to be the oldest black community in the United States. Transfixed by the magic and mystery of the city's second-line parades, Andrews and his older brother, Derrick Tabb of the Rebirth Brass Band, along with their younger cousin Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, soaked up life's musical lessons by learning the history of the brass band tradition from iconic figures like Tuba Fats. Andrews says. “Jesus was born in a manger, I was born in a second line.”

Andrew's showmanship has long endeared him to audiences on New Orleans' fabled Frenchman Street. He's also made a profound impression at the world's biggest block party – the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. “Glen is one of the giant talents of New Orleans music,” says fest producer Quint Davis.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 22, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The Brass-A-Holics

Since 2010, the Brass-A-Holics have been taking their unique sound around the world. Steeped in the deep musical culture of New Orleans, the band brings a heavy dose of go-go funk to the New Orleans brass sound.
In a blending of musical cultures stemming from cities separated by more than a thousand miles, a Brass-a-Holics live show takes the New Orleans brass band culture and infuses it with the electricity of Washington D.C.'s go-go. The resulting sound is both captivating and unique. The band consists of core New Orleans brass elements- trumpet, trombone, saxophone- and adds a full drum set, percussion, keyboard, bass and electric guitar, giving the band limitless options to explore new sonic territory.
Whether performing their original music or using the framework of hit pop songs as springboards for fiery improvisations, there is something in the set to appeal to every music fan. Once the music starts, the demographics blend and a brand new experience is created- one that leaves one-of-a-kind memories that live on long after the last note.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (15 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 23, 2017 at 8:30 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Glen David Andrews Band

Andrews was born in the historic Tremé neighborhood, which many consider to be the oldest black community in the United States. Transfixed by the magic and mystery of the city's second-line parades, Andrews and his older brother, Derrick Tabb of the Rebirth Brass Band, along with their younger cousin Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, soaked up life's musical lessons by learning the history of the brass band tradition from iconic figures like Tuba Fats. Andrews says. “Jesus was born in a manger, I was born in a second line.”

Andrew's showmanship has long endeared him to audiences on New Orleans' fabled Frenchman Street. He's also made a profound impression at the world's biggest block party – the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. “Glen is one of the giant talents of New Orleans music,” says fest producer Quint Davis.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 24, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Shannon Powell Quartet

Shannon Powell is a highly sought after drummer and percussionist who has achieved international acclaim for his commanding technique and style, rooted in the characteristic funky drum beats of New Orleans.
From 1987 to 1992, Powell toured extensively with Harry Connick, Jr. and released two platinum albums with Connick including, `We Are in Love,` and `Blue Light Red Light.” He also recorded `Lofty's Roach Souffle` with Connick. During subsequent years, Powell has toured with Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center, Marcus Roberts, Diana Krall, Dr. John, Earl King, and many many more.
Currently, he is a bandleader and has recorded his own CD, `Powell's Place,` which showcases a mix of traditional and original jazz songs and also features Powell on vocals. Powell is considered a leading force on the traditional jazz circuit and also serves as an educator and clinician. He has been featured at workshops presented at universities and jazz festivals all over the world.
Considered a living legend in New Orleans music, Shannon Powell is heralded as `The King of Treme,` the neighborhood where he grew up in New Orleans, which has given birth to countless musical inspirations and innovations.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 25, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Germaine Bazzle

A true treasure and legend of New Orleans jazz, she is the city’s most admired scat singer. Musicians and fans alike are inspired by her improvisation. Every Sunday, New Orleans taste-makers find their retreat at the Playhouse, and admire the music made by the great Germaine Bazzle.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 26, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Gerald French & The Original Tuxedo Jazz Band

Founded in 1910, the Original Tuxedos have the longest history of continuous performance in New Orleans. Gerald French carries this century old band forward playing the raucous, irresistible sounds of classic New Orleans jazz for all to enjoy.

Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 27, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The James Rivers Movement

New Orleans holds James Rivers in a special place in its heart. The multi-instrumentalist and composer grew up in New Orleans’ Sixth Ward and has performed regularly in the city for decades. He is known for his work as a session musician starting in the 1950s, helping Sam Cooke pen the finishing touches on “You Send Me,” and writing music for six Clint Eastwood films.



Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 28, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





Glen David Andrews Band

Andrews was born in the historic Tremé neighborhood, which many consider to be the oldest black community in the United States. Transfixed by the magic and mystery of the city's second-line parades, Andrews and his older brother, Derrick Tabb of the Rebirth Brass Band, along with their younger cousin Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, soaked up life's musical lessons by learning the history of the brass band tradition from iconic figures like Tuba Fats. Andrews says. “Jesus was born in a manger, I was born in a second line.”

Andrew's showmanship has long endeared him to audiences on New Orleans' fabled Frenchman Street. He's also made a profound impression at the world's biggest block party – the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. “Glen is one of the giant talents of New Orleans music,” says fest producer Quint Davis.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (20 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 29, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket





The Brass-A-Holics

Since 2010, the Brass-A-Holics have been taking their unique sound around the world. Steeped in the deep musical culture of New Orleans, the band brings a heavy dose of go-go funk to the New Orleans brass sound.
In a blending of musical cultures stemming from cities separated by more than a thousand miles, a Brass-a-Holics live show takes the New Orleans brass band culture and infuses it with the electricity of Washington D.C.'s go-go. The resulting sound is both captivating and unique. The band consists of core New Orleans brass elements- trumpet, trombone, saxophone- and adds a full drum set, percussion, keyboard, bass and electric guitar, giving the band limitless options to explore new sonic territory.
Whether performing their original music or using the framework of hit pop songs as springboards for fiery improvisations, there is something in the set to appeal to every music fan. Once the music starts, the demographics blend and a brand new experience is created- one that leaves one-of-a-kind memories that live on long after the last note.


Location: The Jazz Playhouse - 300 Bourbon Street (15 total capacity)
Notes:
Cancellation is permitted 24 hours prior to show
Preferred Seating begins at 7:30 PM and is held til 9:30 PM
Nov 30, 2017 at 8:30 PM

Preferred Seating Tickets: $20.00 / ticket