From Sid Melancon’s Debut CD “On My Own”
Duration : 0:4:34
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
Duration : 0:3:1
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Louisiana Music Factory
Roddie Romero & The Hub City All-Stars
La Louisianne Sessions – 2 CD SET
July 31, 2010
Duration : 0:10:35
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Question by Undertaker4Lyfe: would i satisfy u? entertain u? and what show, if any, would u like to see me on?
i train everyday & work real hard on it
Name: Jonathan Hebert
From: Jennings, Louisiana
The Louisiana Dream (Main One)
The Bayou Beast
The Secret from the Swamp
The Classical Cajun
King of Louisiana
The Rajin’ Cajun
“I will beat you .. within an inch .. of your life!”
“Tear Dat Ass Up!”
“Well beware! Cause I’m the real coonass!” (then start punching into an attack)
Like the Rock: “Cause I’m Straight From theeeee Swamp!”
D-Generation X “We are the second Generation, of Dee Generation!”
D-Generation X “For the thousands in attendance… And the millions watching at home… Whoooooooooooo’ssss gonna get ready to SUCK IT! If ya not down with that, we got two words for ya, SUCK IT!”
D-Generation X “Suck It!”
“Louis XXV, King of Louisiana”
” Rollin’ ” or ” HipHop Zyderock (Louisiation X) ”
Ok sign with pinky down.
Jeff Hardy fingers
3 Fingers with Thumb and Pointer’s down. (Sometimes in a cut throat form)
D-Generation X (LX)
Cajundome Special (chop block / spear combo)
Immoveable Object (Superkick / Belly Pierce Combo)
Ladder / TLC Match
Demon’s Playground of Elimination (3 Stages of Hell 4-Way Elimination Style)
Louisiana Swamp Match (The ring is surounded with water with mud in it and has weapons floating including: fishing pools, drum sticks, floaty, fishing bucket, white perch LIVE fish(es), worms, and beer bottles. In this match the ring will have all ropes, but they will be covered in wet, slippery algae.)
Mardi Gras Beeds
Heel: Comic/Delinquent/Egolistical Heel
The Black Gold (Superkick)
-Cradle of Louisiana Oil / Oil Drill (Pedigree to double-underhook codebreaker. Note: This is the Cypress Knee Cap to heavier opponents.)
Danger Mode Moves
Passion, Destiny, and Consequence (Dragon Sleeper into an RKO and/or RKO)
Bayou Death Lock (Gogoplata)
Secret of the Swamp (GTS / Neck Breaker Combo)
Spine Buster (My Version)
Creole Strikes (3 Right Hand Snap Jabs, Knee Attack, Uppercut, Blow To Gut, European Upper Cut, “Sucka” Taunt with Big Jab)
Whip to turnbuckle followed by a one-hand bulldog
Knife Edge Chops to ropes, then a whip followed by a running high knee. Then, a knee drop. When opponent gets up theres an elbow smash and then a snap STO.
Face buster to the knee followed by a whip and opponent comes back into my spinebuster.
Upper cut like Kane followed by a Rice Plant (Regal Neckbreaker) and then a Crack ‘Em In The Mouth.
Swamp Shooter (Elevated Sharpshooter)
Cypress Knee Cap (Runnings or Whip Into High Knee)
Katrina’s Devestation (Stone Cold Stunner)
Hebert Special (Turnbuckle DDT w/ Running Leg Drop)
Face Breaker (1. Pedigree Position, 2. Left Arm hooked under opponents, 3. Spin into a crossface)
Figure 4-Leg Lock (“Nature Boy Love”)
Cajun Call (Spinning Side Slam)
Arm-Wrench Hook Kick
Deadman’s Soul Seaker / TTT (Dragon Sleeper; Tribute to ‘Taker)
“Love For The Deadman” / Dragon Sleeper
Released German Suplex
Walls of Jennings (Walls of Jericho)
Upper Cut (like Kane)
Crack ‘Em In the Mouth
Knife Edge Chop(s)
Back Body Drop
People’s Knee Drop
Running Elbow Smash
Sportsman’s Paradise (Handstand on Turnbuckle into elbow drop on lying opponent)
Rice Plant (Masterlock into a Swinging Side Slam)
Dive Over The Top-Rope
Springboard Diving Closeline
Ankle Lock (Grapevine)
Last Ride (Counter to strikes on turnbuckle)
Cotton Mouth [Anaconda] Vise Grip
Rice Cutter (Regal Cutter)
Muscle Strainer (Regal Stretch)
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i want to start a music career, i live in louisiana i am 25 years old.. but feel i need a different change… ive lived in florida, and mississippi… i want to try a different place.. maybe out of country? or in the states? or canada? and suggestions
If you’re in a small town, you may want to try a bigger city. But don’t think that you have to go to New York or Los Angeles to get started. There are mid-size cities across the US and Canada with thriving music scenes. It helps to go to a place where you know somebody already. It’s a huge head-start.
I don’t know what kind of musician you are–singer/songwriter? classical bassoonist? One-man-band? That makes a difference.
But there are some cities in the US and Canada with great music scenes in all genres. Here are a few: Austin, Minneapolis, Portland Oregon, Nashville, Toronto, Montreal.
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Theresa Andersson jamming at the Louisiana Music Factory during Fest week May 3, 2007.
Duration : 0:1:39
Composition, theory, and maybe electronic music classes?
Probably most if not all.
Have you ever wondered why the Utah Jazz is named as such? New Orleans, Louisiana was the birthplace of jazz, right? In fact, the NBA squad, the Utah Jazz, was originally the New Orleans Jazz. The Jazz played in New Orleans from 1975-1979. When the team moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, it retained the original team name.
Here are some interesting facts about Utah:
Utah’s name originates from the Ute Native Americans
Utah’s nickname is the “Beehive State”
The state bird is ironically the California Sea Gull
The Utah state flag contains a beehive, which symbolizes diligence
Major industries include farming, mining, natural gas, oil, and steel production
The Utah Jazz’s premiere season in the NBA included some sour notes. They lost their first game to the Portland Trailblazers, and ended the season with 24-58 record. Although the Jazz’s first season was disappointing, they were beginning to create a solid foundation on which to build the franchise.
Less than two decades after entering the NBA, the Jazz’s team was playing sweet music. In particular, the duo of John Stockton and Karl Malone created one of the best one-two punches in the league. In 1996-1997, the Jazz earned a franchise-best 64-18 during the regular season.
The Jazz would glide through the playoffs. They sank the Los Angeles Clippers (3-0), drowned the Los Angeles Lakers (4-1), and eliminated the Houston Rockets in a war (4-2). In the NBA Finals, the Jazz faced Michael Jordan and the mighty Chicago Bulls. Though the Jazz played the Bulls closely, the Bulls overpowered them and won the series (4-2).
Having established a solid team, the Jazz would play all the right notes during the next regular season, finishing with an outstanding 62-20 record. In the playoffs, the Jazz would battle back to shoot down the Houston Rockets (3-2), unseat the San Antonio Spurs (4-1), and then drain the Los Angeles Lakers (4-0).
Many NBA experts chose the Utah Jazz to end the Bulls’ five-championship dynasty. However, the Jazz fell behind in the series 3-1, and never recovered. In Game 6, Michael Jordan willed the Bulls to victory and a 4-2 series win.
How have the Jazz fared since their last trip to the NBA Finals? While they have made seven playoff appearances and won three division crowns, the farthest they have advanced was to the Western Conference Finals (2007).
Throughout their history, the Jazz have retired the jersey numbers of seven players:
Adrian Dantley – #4 (Forward): 1979-1984
Mark Eaton – #53 (Center): 1982-1993
Darrell Griffith – #35 (Guard): 1980-1991
Jeff Hornacek – #14 (Guard): 1993-2000
Karl Malone – #32 (Forward): 1985-2003
Pete Maravich – #7 (Guard): 1974-1980
John Stockton – #12 (Guard) 1984-2003
It is inevitable that some of these players will also enter the basketball Hall of Fame.
While the Utah Jazz has earned two trips to the NBA Finals, it has not completed its song. Use Utah Jazz merchandise to cheer on the team to the sweet sound of an NBA Championship!
Orlando, Florida, is a popular choice for parents who want to take their kids on a short break this April. After all, Disneyworld – the world’s favourite children’s theme park – is located there and thus provides an excellent place to let your children run amok! However, next time you’re in Orlando for some family fun, try and look beyond Disneyworld as April in Orlando could hold some very interesting surprises!
One of the most high profile events in Orlando’s April Calendar is the Central Florida Fair. Running since 1912, the Central Florida Fair offers food, exhibits, music, rides and entertainment for the entire family – so if Mickey ever gets a little too much, your kids will get to enjoy something non-Disney related in Orlando. The 2007 Central Florida Fair boasts a variety of attractions, including Kenya Safari Acrobats, the Sunburst Beauty Pageant & Baby Contest (open to girls and women aged 4 to 27 years) and the Frisco Brothers Exotic Annual Exhibit & Show, which is back for a remarkable eighth year running.
If you’re looking for some active fun in Orlando this spring, why not take your kids down to the Soap Box Derby Rally. Whether you’re a first time driver or an experienced soap box racer, make sure you seize this chance! Race cars will be available to drivers at the rally free of charge; and each driver will be able to make several test runs down the track to see if the Soap Box Derby Rally floats your boat. And since the Soap Box Derby Rally is restricted to drivers aged 7 to 16, you know your kids will be safe and have fun with other children their own age.
Finally, one of Orlando’s most exciting festivals held in April is the Rajuncajun Crawfish Festival. This exciting festival has been an annual fixture in Orlando’s calendar since 1989 and brings the smells, sounds and tastes of the famous Louisiana Cajun Country to Florida. With sizzling Louisiana-style Cajun and Zydeco music, a relaxed atmosphere and first-class Louisiana cuisine, you and your family are sure to have a wonderful time at the Rajuncajun Crawfish festival! Whether it’s bluegrass, fiddle or classic rock music you love, the Rajuncajun Crawfish Festival will offer you all this and more, accompanied by a Cajun buffet that includes double dipped black bayou fried chicken, corn on the cob, shrimp head-on Louisiana style, red creamer potatoes and more besides.
If you’re planning on a family holiday to Orlando in April, why not opt for a hotel suite for a more cosy family accommodation experience. You’ll find plenty of hotels and hotel suites in Orlando at your disposal, so you and your family will be able to enjoy the magic of Orlando in peace and comfort – whether you choose to spend it in Disneyworld or not!
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Mister Eddie Bo
New Orleans Royalty Ya’ll
INSTORE – JULY 14, 2007
Duration : 0:9:59