Sammy "the man with the golden voice" Kershaw
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Louisiana Music Factory In-Store
September 6, 2008
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Doosu – Louisiana house fire, mid 1950’s
Featured in DBZ ‘Broly’ movie.
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Louisiana Music Factory Instore
Ponderosa Stomp Pre-Party Continues
Saturday, September 25, 2010
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LMHOF Executive Director Mike Shepherd presents Induction artwork and Governor’s welcome to Little Richard (Penniman) during his performance at “The Domino Effect” fundraiser concert at the New Orleans Arena on May 30, 2009. Also in the video is the stage appearance by fundraiser principal, New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees and his wife, Brittany and a guest appearance by Fats Domino. More info, pics and video on Little Richard can be seen at www.lmhof.org , the official site of The Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame..
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I love the music for this and I was wondering if it is coming to any of these states. I don’t feel like going to up north. Is it coming to Mississippi, Alabama, or Louisiana.
Check online, I am sure they have a website for it.
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I’m trying to find colleges for majors in music but I’m not sure what I want to be yet. Thanks!
For good music, your best bet is New Orleans: The center for Jazz, where one can venture down to the French Quarter and have a plethora of places to go and listen to it live (speaking with lots of personal experience).
New Orleans has some great universities: Tulane, UNO, Loyola, and Xavier. All of them are great, and they all seem to have great programs; however, I suggest Tulane: Tulane is highly ranked, in terms of academics and student happiness (for the latter, they are in the top 10). Don’t get me wrong, all of them are great, but Tulane has the best overall reputation. In terms of music, I don’t know, but I know you’ll be happy there, at the very least.
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Louisiana Music Factory Jazz Fest In-Stores 2007
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From Sid Melancon’s Debut CD “On My Own”
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Jan Garber began his career on America’s bandstands as a modest quartet (including his own violin) following World War I. It later emerged as a ‘hot band’ in the 1920s; a ‘sweet’ band in the early 1930s through the early 1940s; a ‘swing’ band during World War II; and back to the ‘sweet’ style permanently in late 1945.
The conoisseurs of the “hot dance music” consider Jan Garber’s 1920s style as belonging to the very best achievements of the dance music of the era. Andy Razaf’s “Louisiana” is a perfect example of the possibilities of that band.
Recorded for Columbia, 1928
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