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<h1>2009 French Quarter Festival Bands By Time</h1>

<p>The 'Official' French Quarter Festival site here:
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<td colspan='3'><b><span style='font-size:150%'>Friday</span></b></td>
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<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Connie Jones and The FQF All-Stars</b> - New Orleans native trumpeter Conrad "Connie" Jones III joined the Basin Street Six with Pete Fountain in 1952. In 1967, he became a full-fledged member of Pete Fountain's band, departing seven years later to reorganize and lead the Dukes of Dixieland.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://cdbaby.com/cd/brothertyrone'>Brother Tyrone and The Mindbenders</a></b> - Brother Tyrone is a soulful shouter from the West Bank. His band is tighter than your grandmother's girdle as their latest eponymous CD exhibits.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.marcstonemusic.com/'>Marc Stone Band</a></b> - Blues guitarist Marc Stone and his sizzling slide have made the Old Point Bar his home away from home, playing and presenting special events there. This is a rare East Bank performance for him.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Bone Tone</b> - The Bone Tone Brass Band is a solid favorite and old time brass band famous for its martial rhythms and stamina when it parades.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.waylont.com/'>Waylon Thibodeaux and The Bourbon Street Cajuns</a></b> - Waylon is a highly energetic fiddler who specializes in zydeco and Cajun music.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/margieperez'>Margie Perez</a></b> - Margie Perez, the Creole Nightingale of Frenchmen Street, is one of the hardest working musicians in New Orleans.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:00-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.vimeo.com/151195'>Loose Marbles</a></b> - Street musicians with an interest in trad jazz, or trad jazz musician who love the Great Outdoors? Whatever, they're a great band with a killer singer, Sarah Quintana.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:15-01:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/billyiusorestlessnatives'>Billy Iuso and The Restless Natives</a></b> - A rockin' jam band that keep that nasty New Orleans funk alive.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:45-02:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.galholiday.com/'>Gal Holiday and The Honky Tonk Revue</a></b> - Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue formed in the summer of 2004 to revive that classic honky tonk, rockabilly, and country sound with a touch of swing to get you moving.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:45-01:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.jackbrassband.com/'>Jack Brass</a></b> - This Minnesota-based brass band is heavily inspired by the New Orleans brass tradition.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Banu Gibson and The New Orleans Hot Jazz</b> - Vocalist/banjoist Banu Gibson leads her own talented band, formed in 1981, on swinging jazz of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swimJJP_XJY'>Original Royal Players</a></b> - The brass band concept has gone through some serious evolution, but the Royal Players are committed to the tradition.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.soulprojectnola.com/'>Soul Project</a></b> - Leader Cristian Duque takes the lessons he learned from playing with Walter "Wolfman" Washington and combines it with Meters-esque funk to make one of the more authentic New Orleans sounding bands around.</td>
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<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:15-03:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionel_Ferbos'>Lionel Ferbos and the Louisiana Shakers</a></b> - Lionel Ferbos, who is nearing his 100th birthday, has played trumpet in New Orleans for over 70 years. "I stick close to the melody as a rule; I'm a melody man," Ferbos says.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:20-03:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/bayoudevillecajunband'>Jonno and Bayou Deville</a></b> - This fiddler blends Americana and blues with a classic Cajun feel for a fresh sound.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:30-02:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEJisr574HU'>Tornado Brass Band</a></b> - The Tornado Brass Band emerged from the famed Hurricane Brass Band under Darryl Adams leadership. Members of the Tornado Brass Band went on to start the Dirty Dozen.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:45-03:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.fredyomar.com/'>Fredy Omar Con Su Banda</a></b> - New Orleans' leading Latin heartthrob leads an exemplary Latin orchestra.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:00-03:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3yG8UcaWY0'>Magnolia Brass Band</a></b> - Started in 1972, this Canadian brass band plays a style known as "Revival Jazz," which blends classic jazz music with rhythm and blues.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:15-03:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.tinmenmusic.com/home.html'>The Tin Men</a></b> - The Tin Men is a trio featuring Alex McMurray on guitar, Washboard Chaz Leary on washboard and vocals, and Matt Perrine on sousaphone. The group is quite eclectic, performing everything from jazz standards to modern funk covers.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:30-03:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.honeyislandswampband.com/'>Honey Island Swamp Band</a></b> - The Honey Island Swamp Band built their roots rock barroom sound by backing up Eric Lindell for several years.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:45-04:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendID=372991691'>Audacity Brass Band</a></b> - Another fine example of the city's brass band tradition.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.pfistersisters.com/'>Pfister Sisters</a></b> - The Pfister Sisters carry on the traditional the Boswell Sisters created in New Orleans in the '20s and '30s. They have sass and class and a great sense of humor.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEJisr574HU'>Tornado Brass Band</a></b> - The Tornado Brass Band emerged from the famed Hurricane Brass Band under Darryl Adams leadership. Members of the Tornado Brass Band went on to start the Dirty Dozen.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:15-04:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://cdbaby.com/cd/irenesage1'>Irene Sage Band</a></b> - Irene Sage has a raging, powerful voice to go with her passionate original songs. Sage is a veteran of French Quarter stages, and her live performances show that.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:20-05:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.feufollet.net/'>Feufollet</a></b> - Another addition to the great trend of young folks throwing down Acadiana waltzes and bayou two-steps with a more modern sound and twist. It's not your grandfather's Cajun, but he can still dance to it.</td>
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<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.mp3.com/artist/lars-edegran/summary/'>Lars Edegran Tribute to Danny and Blu Lu Barker</a></b> - The Danish pianist and long time New Orleans resident plays a tribute to the influential musical couple Danny and Blue Lu Barker. Go and get your leg felt.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:45-05:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendID=185076672'>Higher Heights</a></b> - Higher Heights combines reggae, dancehall, and rock steady into a heady mix of Jamaican sounds.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:00-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Posse featuring Kevin O'Day and Reggie Scanlan</b> - Posse features two of the Radiators with powerhouse drummer Kevin O'Day. They play swampy New Orleans funk combined with raspy blues.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:00-05:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Wolfgang and His New Orleans Band</b> - This Austrian jazz band was inspired by New Orleans traditional jazz.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:30-06:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.netstep.com/forgottensouls/'>The Forgotten Souls Brass Band</a></b> - The Forgotten Souls Brass Band consists of some of the top players in the brass band scene. Their repertoire of both traditional standards and funky new tunes gets the crowd shaking.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.dochoulind.dk/'>Doc Houlind Revival Jazz Band</a></b> - This Danish traditional jazz band play New Orleans jazz across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:45-06:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/cocorobicheaux'>Coco Robicheaux</a></b> - Legendary New Orleans blues guitarist is native to the Louisiana swamps, and his music pulls together the city's soul and mystery.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:00-06:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.samhillbands.com/bands/the-nobles/index.shtml'>The Nobles</a></b> - Almost 50 years old, Louisiana Hall of Famers the Nobles are one of New Orleans' premier cover bands.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:20-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.brucedaigrepont.com/'>Bruce Daigrepont Cajun Band</a></b> - A New Orleans-reared Cajun, the self-taught accordion player has hosted the Sunday Cajun session at Tipitina's for decades.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:30-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.zydepunks.com/'>The Zydepunks</a></b> - The Zydepunks play traditional and European folk tunes at whirlwind speed with a punk rock backbeat. Their highly energetic live shows giving them a reputation as one of the best live bands in the city.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:45-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/bigbluemarble'>Big Blue Marble</a></b> - Big Blue Marble's rock/pop shows the band to be one of the best bands in the strong indie rock movement in New Orleans.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:00-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=426316584'>New Bumpers Revival Jazz Band</a></b> - France's best trad jazz band makes the pilgrimage here to Preservation Hall. They specialize in the classic Hot 5s and 7s repertoire.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:15-07:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.bigsamsfunkynation.com/index.shtm'>Big Sam's Funky Nation</a></b> - Trombone player Big Sam Williams merges the brass band sound with electric funk, and he does it with style and volume. His newest disc is Peace, Love and Understanding.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:15-08:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.soulrebelsbrassband.com/'>Soul Rebels</a></b> - While most brass bands seem to be cut from the same piece of cotton, the Soul Rebels are tailor-made from the finest silk and sometimes come equipped with turntablists, rappers and dancers.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>07:30-09:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.otramusic.com/'>Otra</a></b> - </td>
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<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>07:45-09:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.walterwolfmanwashington.com/'>Walter "Wolfman" Washington and the Roadmasters</a></b> - Probably the busiest musician in New Orleans, he's one of the city's premier blues guitarists. Honed from years at dens of iniquity like the Dew Drop Inn, Dorothy's Medallion, and the Maple Leaf Bar, the Wolfman's act is old school soul. He is the real deal.</td>
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<td colspan='3'><b><span style='font-size:150%'>Saturday</span></b></td>
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<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.timlaughlin.com/'>Tim Laughlin</a></b> - Tim Laughlin is a follower of Pete Fountain, but he adds a contemporary, intelligent edge to his traditional jazz clarinet work.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Spirit of New Orleans Choir</b> - The Spirit of New Orleans Choir is an energetic singing group guaranteed to give you inspiration to dance the day away.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.ghosttown.org/'>Christian Serpas and Ghost Town</a></b> - A revved up version of country and rockabilly, the band has been described as Led Zeppelin playing Johnny Cash.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#da9'>
<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Some Like It Hot</b> - This upbeat trad jazz combo is led by trumpeter Kaye Caldwell.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fd9'>
<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Phoenix Jazz Band</b> - </td>
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<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 600</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Louis Ford and His Dixieland Flairs</b> - Clarinetist and saxophone player Ford is a disciple of traditional New Orleans jazz.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMpEuRHyLhk'>Bamboula 2000</a></b> - Bamboula 2000 fuses rhythmic music from around the planet, from the ancient Mali Empire to the Space Age. Leader Luther Gray was one of the cultural activists who secured Congo Square's place on the National Register of Historic Places.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Excelsior Brass Band</b> - </td>
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<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/jeremyandthezydecohotboyz1'>Jeremy and the Zydeco Hotboys</a></b> - Jeremy began playing music with his cousin, popular Louisiana Zydeco player Geno Delafose, at the age of 13. Shortly afterward, Jeremy formed the Zydeco Hot Boyz and started playing all over Louisiana.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/revealers'>The Revealers</a></b> - The Revealers' raspy vocals and deep skank rhythms keep the sounds of reggae alive in New Orleans. These regulars on the Frenchmen Street scene have been playing since before the Blue Nile was Cafe Istanbul.</td>
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<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 700</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-01:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Eddie Bayard and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra</b> - Bayard is a talented cornet player who has years of experience.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:00-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Panorama Jazz Band</b> - Led by clarinetist Ben Schenck, the Panorama performs jazz, as well as klezmer music, Caribbean biguines and Balkan rhapsodies.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dbd'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 500</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:00-01:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>The Heritage School of Music</b> - Legendary educator and musician Kidd Jordan directs this high school-aged jazz band that plays better than most college bands.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:15-01:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.csprecords.com/VanBrouss.html'>Van Broussard</a></b> - Broussard helped create the "swamp pop" sound and is considered a legend in the bayou areas of Louisiana.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:30-01:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.operaalacarte.org/oalc/index2.html'>Opera a la Carte</a></b> - Two singer-actors take the audience on a lively journey through the "greatest hits" of opera, including The Barber of Seville, Carmen, Hansel and Gretel, II Trovatore, and The Magic Flute.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:45-02:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.marvawright.com/'>Marva Wright</a></b> - Born and raised in New Orleans, big-voiced blues belter Marva Wright is a perpetual crowd-pleaser.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:45-02:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/johnykey'>John Autin</a></b> - Pianist and Rabadash Records' head John Autin has had a long running gig at the Hotel Monteleone in their piano bar, but he is far from the schmaltzy cocktail pianist.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#cef'>
<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.swingaroux.com/'>Swingaroux</a></b> - Swingaroux is a local big band that specializes in traditional jazz and swing, occasionally giving the 1930s treatment to songs by Norah Jones and Aretha Franklin.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.storyvillestompers.com/'>Storyville Stompers</a></b> - The Stompers, founded in 1981, are staples for celebrations of all kinds especially in the French Quarter. Tuba man Woody Penouilh leads the parade.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/kaylawoodsonlouisianalightning'>Kayla Woodson and Louisiana Lightning</a></b> - This country vocalist is only age 14, but she is already playing gigs with her backing band Louisiana Lightning.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fd9'>
<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.canalcreepers.se/'>Canal Creepers</a></b> - </td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 300</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-04:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>The University of New Orleans Jazz Orchestra</b> - The University of New Orleans Jazz Studies department is one of the best in the country. Graduates range from Nicholas Payton to Jessie McBride, to Joshua Paxton, so if you want to see the jazz hitmakers of tomorrow, this is the place to see them before they break out.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 311</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-03:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.clarinetroad.net/'>Evan Christopher's Clarinet Road</a></b> - Virtuoso clarinet player Evan Christopher frequently plays with Tom McDermott and/or the Danza Quartet. For this set, he leads the band.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#da9'>
<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:15-03:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>The Last Straws</b> - This traditional New Orleans jazz band has been playing together for nearly half a century.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 600</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:15-03:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/neworleansmoonshiners'>The New Orleans Moonshiners</a></b> - The New Orleans Moonshiners play both New Orleans traditional standards and some "hot" French jazz.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:20-03:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.lostbayouramblers.com/'>Lost Bayou Ramblers</a></b> - Broussard, Louisiana's native Lost Bayou Ramblers play Cajun music with a youthful energy and enthusiasm.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:30-02:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.dochoulind.dk/'>Doc Houlind Revival Jazz Band</a></b> - This Danish traditional jazz band play New Orleans jazz across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 700</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:30-03:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.clivewilsonmusic.com/'>Clive Wilson's New Orleans Serenaders</a></b> - Originally from London, Wilson moved to New Orleans in the early '70s and studied music at Loyola during the day and played in a jazz band on Bourbon Street at night. Now he is one of the city's most well known trumpet players.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:30-02:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://cdbaby.com/cd/reeksjohn'>Old Wine in New Bottles</a></b> - Led by Loyola University clarinet instructor John Reeks, Old Wine in New Bottles re-invented the works of Haydn, Mozart, and Brahms for the clarinet.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:45-03:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.casasamba.com/'>Casa Samba Extravaganza</a></b> - This dance and rhythm group is New Orleans' most popular Brazilian entertainment.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dbd'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 500</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:45-03:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/armandstmartin'>Armand St. Martin</a></b> - Pianist St. Martin plays both obscure New Orleans songs and originals that are firmly in the New Orleans tradition.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:15-03:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Hot Rod Lincoln</b> - Every band to perform under this name plays classic rock 'n' roll covers, heavy on the guitar.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:30-03:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Old Man River Band</b> - Renowned for their longtime participation in many Mardi Gras parades, Old Man River Band plays faithful renditions of the New Orleans standards.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:30-04:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.hotclubofneworleans.com/'>Hot Club of New Orleans</a></b> - A quintet of two guitars, a clarinet, string bass and violin playing the sophisticated sounds of turn-of-the-century Parisian jazz.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:45-04:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/originalhurricanebrassband'>Original Hurricane Brass Band</a></b> - Traditional New Orleans brass band led by trumpet player Leroy Jones.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#cef'>
<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.ronniekole.com/'>The Ronnie Kole Show</a></b> - Kole is a renowned New Orleans piano player, and his set harkens back to the Bourbon Street of yore.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fd9'>
<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/bombes2bal'>Bombes2Bal</a></b> - </td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEJisr574HU'>Tornado Brass Band</a></b> - The Tornado Brass Band emerged from the famed Hurricane Brass Band under Darryl Adams leadership. Members of the Tornado Brass Band went on to start the Dirty Dozen.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.rachelharp.com/'>Rachel VanVoorhees</a></b> - This flexible classical harpist is well known for her French Quarter hotel dates.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:15-04:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Fatien</b> - This project with African drummer Seguenon Kone connects New Orleans music to the world as the band includes Dr. Michael White, Matt Perrine, Rex Gregory and Jason Marsalis.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 311</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:15-05:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.odjb.com/'>Jimmy LaRocca and the Original Dixieland Band</a></b> - This group of musicians from New Orleans has performed in Brazil, Japan, Sweden and Finland.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:20-05:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/donnaangellezydecoposse'>Donna Angelle and the Zydeco Posse</a></b> - Angelle is one of the newer female performers coming up in the zydeco world.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#da9'>
<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.neslort.com/'>Rick Trolsen and the New Orleans Po-Boys</a></b> - New Orleans jazz trombonist who plays a traditional repertoire with a twist.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 600</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Steve Pistorius and His Southern Syncopators</b> - Pistorius is a traditional jazz pianist who plays regularly around the Quarter.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dbd'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 500</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:30-05:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.bigdaddyo.net/'>Big Daddy "O"</a></b> - Big Daddy 'O' started playing on the streets of the French Quarter when he was 19. Now he's one of the Gulf Coast's most prominent bluesmen whose sound works on festival stages and in boozy roadhouses.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:45-05:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>The Two Louies Tribute</b> - </td>
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<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 700</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:45-05:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.lisalynnmusic.com/'>Lisa Lynn</a></b> - Lisa Lynn has a smoky, sultry voice as she sings the more smoldering songs in the jazz repertoire.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:00-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://ingridlucia.com/'>Ingrid Lucia</a></b> - Vocalist Ingrid Lucia offers a stylish and stylized take on the jazz diva, and she invests it with enough heart, fun, and craft to keep it real, not a caricature.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:15-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/mattlemmler'>The Matt Lemmler Quartet featuring Diane Landry</a></b> - Matt Lemmler's quartet plays modern jazz with precision and passion.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:30-06:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/tremebrassband'>Treme Brass Band</a></b> - Led by snareman Benny Jones and sparkling with the rhythm, wit and charm of the beloved bass man Uncle Lionel Batiste, the Treme Brass Band hits on both the traditional and modern style.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEJisr574HU'>Tornado Brass Band</a></b> - The Tornado Brass Band emerged from the famed Hurricane Brass Band under Darryl Adams leadership. Members of the Tornado Brass Band went on to start the Dirty Dozen.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:30-05:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>The Faubourg Quartet</b> - This quartet is led by NOCCA classical string instructor and cellist Jee Yeoun.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:45-06:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.littlefreddieking.com/'>Little Freddy King</a></b> - Little Freddie King's new Messin' Around tha House shows this Mississippi-born blues guitarist at his best - loose, funky and having fun, but with lyrics that hint at an underlying darkness amid the dirty blues sound.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#cef'>
<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:00-06:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/charmaineneville'>Charmaine Neville</a></b> - Charmaine is the vocalizing daughter of saxophonist Charles Neville. She performs the full spectrum of New Orleans music from jazz to Mardi Gras music and gives all a little diva sass.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:20-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/jjcaillier'>J.J. Caillier and the Zydeco Knockouts</a></b> - </td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:30-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.joekrown.com/'>Joe Krown, Russell Batiste, Walter "Wolfman" Washington</a></b> - The hardest working keyboard and organ player in the Big Easy, Krown does classic organ trio with a New Orleans twist with drummer Batiste and guitarist/singer Washington.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:30-06:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.neworleansspice.com/'>David Hansen's New Orleans Spice Jazz Band</a></b> - Battle of the Bands</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:45-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.astralproject.com/'>Astral Project</a></b> - New Orleans' and one of America's preeminent modern jazz band featuring saxophonist Tony Dagradi, drummer Johnny Vidacovich, bassist James Singleton and guitarist Steve Masakowski. Their recent CD, Blue Streak, shows that after 31 years, they are tighter and more creative than ever.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:00-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=426316584'>New Bumpers Revival Jazz Band</a></b> - France's best trad jazz band makes the pilgrimage here to Preservation Hall. They specialize in the classic Hot 5s and 7s repertoire.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:00-06:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.canalcreepers.se/'>Canal Creepers</a></b> - Battle of the Bands</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:15-07:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://renardpoche.com/index.html'>The Renard Poche Band</a></b> - Renard Poche plays many instruments, but he is known for his dirty, dirty, dirty funk while playing guitar for Dr. John, Zigaboo Modeliste, and the Original Uptown All Stars.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:15-08:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/newerabrassband'>New Era Brass Band</a></b> - The New Era Brass Band is one of the younger brass bands on the scene. They mix it up with standards, originals, and top 40 hits done in the brass style.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:30-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Milton Rich and the Dixielanders</b> - Battle of the Bands</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>07:30-09:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.johnnysketch.com/'>Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes</a></b> - Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes have evolved into a band that gleefully blurs the lines between jazz, funk, jam and rock. As their recent album The Big Awesome shows, they can and will play it all.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>07:45-09:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/101runners'>101 Runners</a></b> - The 101 Runners combine New Orleans funk with Mardi Gras Indian music and multiple percussionists. When they hit the stage, the feathers fly.</td>
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<td colspan='3'><b><span style='font-size:150%'>Sunday</span></b></td>
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<tr style='background-color:#cef'>
<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.dukesofdixieland.com/'>Dukes of Dixieland</a></b> - Founded in 1948 by the Assunto brothers (Frank, who died in 1974, and Fred, who died in 1966), the Dukes hold the distinction of being the first jazz band to record a stereophonic album. Pete Fountain was an early member of the band and the Dukes recorded with Louis Armstrong during the late '50s. The present group is related to the Assuntos' band by name only.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.monkinstitute.org/'>Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz</a></b> - In 2007, the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz moved to the campus of Loyola University New Orleans where the program has been flourishing ever since. Its graduate students now perform regularly as a jazz ensemble.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.rampartstreetmusic.com/bio_ft.htm'>The Friendly Travelers</a></b> - The gospel sounds of the Friendly Travelers used to grace the ears of coffee drinkers in the late, lamented Kaldi's coffeehouse. Their shimmering harmonies of praise get better with age.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.hurricanebrassband.nl/Brassband%20Andrew%20Halls%20society%20brass%20band.htm'>Society Brass Band</a></b> - A brass band show with the little people in mind.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#da9'>
<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/johnkidsimmons'>"Kid" Simmons' New Orleans Jazz Band</a></b> - Simmons keeps New Orleans music alive with his traditional brass band.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fd9'>
<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.dochoulind.dk/'>Doc Houlind</a></b> - This Danish traditional jazz band play New Orleans jazz across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 600</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.neworleansnightcrawlers.com/mcd_bio.html'>Tom McDermott and His Jazz Hellions</a></b> - McDermott plays piano with humor and mad skills. His take on traditional jazz is provocative, yet still well in the tradition.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:00-12:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>The Heritage School of Music</b> - Legendary educator and musician Kidd Jordan directs this high school-aged jazz band that plays better than most college bands.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/trentlejeune'>Trent Le Jeune</a></b> - Le Jeune is a third generation accordionist, so he comes by it honestly. There's a little bit Cajun, a little zydeco, a little rock 'n' roll, and a little country in his sound.</td>
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<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-12:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/nolastringbeans'>The Creole String Beans</a></b> - The Creole String Beans do the best straight up swamp pop in New Orleans. They've got feel, soul and humor.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 700</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>11:15-01:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.jazzvignette.com/'>Rhodes Spedale and Jazz from Congo Square</a></b> - This trio is lead by Spedale on piano and covers classic Dixieland standards.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:00-01:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/thepalmettobugstompers'>The Palmetto Bug Stompers</a></b> - </td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dbd'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 500</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:00-01:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.jimmyrobinsonmusic.com/'>Jimmy Robinson</a></b> - Longtime leader of fusion band Woodenhead, guitarist Robinson's recent release Vibrating Strings shows off his excellent guitar chops.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:15-01:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.bucktownallstars.com/'>The Bucktown AllStars</a></b> - This nine-piece rhythm and blues band from Metairie covers the soul classics, adding their own funky grooves.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:30-01:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.gnoyo.org/chamber-music.html'>Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra</a></b> - This program educating area young people between 7 and 16 is in its 15th year.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:45-02:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.paulsanchez.com/'>Paul Sanchez featuring John Boutte and A Stew Called New Orleans</a></b> - Sanchez is a founding member of New Orleans rock act Cowboy Mouth and John Boutte is a legendary New Orleans vocalist. They've have been long-time friends and collaborated on Boutte's new album Good Neighbor and Sanchez's solo record Exit to Mystery Street.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>12:45-02:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.panoramajazzband.com/'>The Panorama Jazz Band</a></b> - Led by clarinetist Ben Schenck, the Panorama performs jazz, as well as klezmer music, Caribbean biguines and Balkan rhapsodies.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#cef'>
<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/jeremydavenport'>Jeremy Davenport</a></b> - Davenport is not merely the face of the Ritz Carlton. He is a fine swing and modern trumpet player who toured with Harry Connick, Jr. before striking out on his own. He recently recorded his debut album for Basin Street Records.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.neworleansnightcrawlers.com/'>New Orleans Nightcrawlers</a></b> - An ambitious contemporary brass band, the Nightcrawlers are New Orleans veterans who can quickly shift from modern jazz to a classic big band style.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://tonygreen.net/'>Tony Green and Gypsy Jazz</a></b> - Green is not only a popular gypsy jazz guitarist but one of New Orleans' best known painters.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fd9'>
<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-02:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=426316584'>New Bumpers Revival Jazz Band</a></b> - France's best trad jazz band makes the pilgrimage here to Preservation Hall. They specialize in the classic Hot 5s and 7s repertoire.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 300</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-04:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/marioabney'>The Mario Abney Quintet</a></b> - Trumpeter Abney has played with everyone from Erykah Badu to Wynton Marsalis and his quintet's music takes from those artists and everyone in between.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 311</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:00-03:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendID=181487414'>Seva Venet and the Storyville String Band</a></b> - Venet is the go-to trad jazz guitarist and banjoist in New Orleans right now. Special guest Sancton is not only an accomplished journalist, but he learned to play clarinet from George Lewis.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#da9'>
<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:15-03:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Glen Davis Andrews</b> - Trombonist Andrews is one of the most charismatic and dynamic performers in New Orleans. His new Walking Through Heaven's Gate CD shows his gospel roots.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 600</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:15-03:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.markbraud.com/'>Mark Braud</a></b> - Trumpeter Mark Braud grew up playing New Orleans jazz and has made his rounds in many of the best bands in the city.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:20-03:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.dwaynedopsie.com/'>Dwanye Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers</a></b> - The late Rockin' Dopsie's son Dwayne is Bourbon Street's King of Zydeco.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:30-02:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEJisr574HU'>Tornado Brass Band</a></b> - The Tornado Brass Band emerged from the famed Hurricane Brass Band under Darryl Adams leadership. Members of the Tornado Brass Band went on to start the Dirty Dozen.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 700</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:30-03:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Fritzel's Allstar Band</b> - Fritzel's Allstars keep the flame of traditional jazz on Bourbon Street all year long.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:30-02:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.albinas.org/'>Albinas Prizgintas</a></b> - Albinas Prizgintas possesses eclectic taste, and brings it out on his keyboards both onstage and as main conspirator for music at Trinity Church where he plays everything from organ to Bach to music to walk mazes.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dbd'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 500</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>01:45-03:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKqRMv_-QTQ'>Wazozo</a></b> - Cellist Helen Gillet's group plays French and Martinique songs that are gypsy, jazzy, and classical at the same time.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:00-03:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/sunpiebarnes'>Bruce "Sunpie" Barnes</a></b> - Park ranger Bruce Barnes plays blues, zydeco, and Caribbean music. And when he gets on the harmonica, everything heats up.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:15-03:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.wandarouzan.com/'>Wanda Rouzan and a Taste of New Orleans</a></b> - Talented ambassador of New Orleans R&amp;B who covers all the bases.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:30-03:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/lospoboycitos'>Los Po-Boy Citos</a></b> - Los Po-Boy Citos bring the Latin soul to New Orleans, playing groove classics by Tito Puente and Willie Bobo as well as Latinizing Earl King and Ernie D-Doe.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>02:30-04:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.jazzvipers.com/'>The New Orleans Jazz Vipers</a></b> - This Frenchmen Street group proves you can swing without the aid of drums. The repertoire for these OffBeat Best of the Beat winners includes classic jazz tunes and standards.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#cef'>
<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:40</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://1944bigband.com/'>Leif Pederson's 1944 Big Band</a></b> - Pederson leads this big band that plays the hits when swing was king.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://spiritofneworleans.com/'>Spirit of New Orleans</a></b> - Their name sums up what this brass band is all about.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fd9'>
<td valign='top'>Dutch Alley</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.happypals.ca/'>Happy Pals</a></b> - </td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEJisr574HU'>Tornado Brass Band</a></b> - The Tornado Brass Band emerged from the famed Hurricane Brass Band under Darryl Adams leadership. Members of the Tornado Brass Band went on to start the Dirty Dozen.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:00-04:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.johnrankin.net/'>John Rankin</a></b> - Guitarist John Rankin is can play the breadth of music that is played in New Orleans, and make jazz, classical music, folk, blues, and New Orleans music sound related.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 311</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:15-05:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/orangekellin'>Orange Kellin</a></b> - Originally from Europe, Kellin fell under the spell of New Orleans traditional jazz and moved here decades ago to learn it from the source.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:20-05:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.amandashaw.com/'>Amanda Shaw and the Cute Guys</a></b> - Amanda Shaw has grown up in public, having cut her first album at 10. Her recent release, Pretty Runs Out, presents a more mature, roots music-oriented Shaw, but one that remains steeped in the Louisiana fiddle tradition.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#da9'>
<td valign='top'>French Market</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.neworleansnightcrawlers.com/barney_bio.html'>Barney Floyd</a></b> - Floyd has played trumpet for everyone from Nicholas Payton's Big Band to Gatemouth Brown to Ruth Brown. He leads his own band here.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#bce'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 600</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/leroyjonesmusic'>Leroy Jones and New Orleans' Finest</a></b> - The trumpeter moves easily from his roots in traditional jazz to modern styling. A prot&eacute;g&eacute; of the legendary Danny Barker, the New Orleans trumpeter is a veteran of Harry Connick, Jr.'s band and a leader known around the world.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dbd'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 500</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:30-05:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.washboardchaz.com/'>Washboard Chaz Blues Trio</a></b> - Washboard Chaz is one of the busiest players in New Orleans, and his take on Mississippi blues is always lively and entertaining.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:45-05:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.tromboneshorty.com/'>Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue</a></b> - Trombone Shorty is the most popular trombone player in New Orleans but to say he is traditional would be a misnomer. His performances are so high-energy that they feel more like arena rock shows than your typical night in the French Quarter.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:45-05:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.susancowsill.com/home.php'>Susan Cowsill</a></b> - Susan Cowsill was thrust into the limelight at age eight with pop group, the Cowsills, who served as the inspiration for the Partridge Family. All grown up now, Susan's latest Just Believe It is vintage roots rock.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#def'>
<td valign='top'>Bourbon Street - 700</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>03:45-05:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Norwegian Seamen's Church All Stars</b> - This Prytania Street church has integrated jazz into its services. This group is led by traditional jazz mainstay Lars Edegran.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:00-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/eoeuniverse'>E.O.E</a></b> - E.O.E. mixes hip-hop, world, and rock into a high energy live show.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:15-05:45</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>Anais St. John and the Harry Mayronne Trio</b> - Queen of the Box of Wine, St. John performed regularly at the Royal Sonesta's Mystick Den. Her cabaret show with Mayronne has won awards at the Yale Cabaret conference.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:30-05:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.dochoulind.dk/'>Doc Houlind Revival Jazz Band</a></b> - This Danish traditional jazz band play New Orleans jazz across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fa9'>
<td valign='top'>Chartres Street</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>04:30-05:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b>University of New Orleans Chorale Choral</b> - This renowned vocal ensemble is made up of students from the renowned music program at UNO.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#cef'>
<td valign='top'>Jackson Square</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:00-06:30</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/irvinmayfield2'>Irvin Mayfield</a></b> - </td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Capital One</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:00-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.myspace.com/babyboyzbrassband'>Baby Boyz Brass Band</a></b> - The Baby Boyz are the next generation of players from the Treme neighborhood and beyond.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fcb'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Crystal Hot Sauce</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:20-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.rockindopsiejr.com/'>Rockin' Dopsie Jr and the Zydeco Twisters</a></b> - The son of Rockin' Dopsie is as well known for acrobatic antics as for being one of the only washboard players to front a band.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dfc'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Abita</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:30-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.theradiators.org/index3.php'>The Radiators</a></b> - The Radiators jammed well before there were jam bands, and these road warriors remain as musically adventurous as ever.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#dea'>
<td valign='top'>Woldenberg Riverfront - Harrah's</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:30-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.bonerama.net/'>Bonerama</a></b> - Mark Mullins and Craig Klein lead this trombone-heavy jazz/funk/rock combo, which is as comfortable with James Brown funk as Black Sabbath's metal.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#fdc'>
<td valign='top'>Old US Mint - Southern Comfort</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>05:45-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.wildmagnolias.net/'>Big Chief Bo Dollis Jr and the Wild Magnolias</a></b> - The Wild Magnolias are one of the originators of Mardi Gras Indian funk, and they haven't lost a step with Bo Dollis, Jr. taking over for the Big Chief Bo Dollis.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#8ca'>
<td valign='top'>Preservation Hall</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:00-07:00</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=426316584'>New Bumpers Revival Jazz Band</a></b> - France's best trad jazz band makes the pilgrimage here to Preservation Hall. They specialize in the classic Hot 5s and 7s repertoire.</td>
</tr>
<tr style='background-color:#ede'>
<td valign='top'>Royal Street - 400</td>
<td valign='top'><nobr>06:00-07:15</nobr>
<td valign='top'><b><a href='http://www.jimmymaxwell.com/Welcome_.html'>Dancin' at Dusk with Jimmy Maxwell Orchestra</a></b> - Guaranteed to get you dancing, Maxwell's group features great musicians and performs a variety of songs ranging from Cole Porter standards, Glenn Miller, and show tunes.</td>
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