Louisiana Dance Hall presents:

Things seem to be trending better lately, and spring is here! Let’s celebrate with another couple of hours of great music from the Crescent City and environs … thanks for tuning in!

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Playlist:

    Time: April 6 - 1:00:00 pm
  • Zachary Richard, “Who Stole My Monkey”

    from Women In The Room

    A&M - 1990

  • Time: April 6 - 1:03:35 pm
  • Matriarch of the Blues

    Etta James, “Born On the Bayou”

    from Matriarch of the Blues

    Private Music - 1999

  • Time: April 6 - 1:08:16 pm
  • River's on Fire

    John "Papa" Gros, “House of Love”

    from River's on Fire

    Funky Krewe Records - 2016

  • Time: April 6 - 1:12:45 pm
  • WE ARE

    Jon Batiste, “WE ARE (feat. St. Augustine High School Marching 100, David Gauthier, Gospel Soul Children Choir, Craig Adams, Braedon Gautier, Brennan Gautier & Autumn Rowe)”

    from WE ARE

    Verve - 2021

  • Time: April 6 - 1:17:10 pm
  • Nuevo Boogaloo

    The Iguanas, “Ven a Bailar”

    from Nuevo Boogaloo

    MCA - 1994

  • Time: April 6 - 1:20:56 pm
  • Mais yeah chere!

    Rockin' Sidney, “Zydeco frotoir (feat. Agnes "Creola" Simien)”

    from Mais yeah chere!

    Maison de Soul Records - 1992

  • Time: April 6 - 1:24:32 pm
  • Hang It High, Hang It Low

    Nathan & The Zydeco Cha-Chas, “Time To Do My Thing”

    from Hang It High, Hang It Low

    Rounder - 2006

  • Time: April 6 - 1:28:25 pm
  • Kaleidoscoped

    New Orleans Suspects, “Get it Started”

    from Kaleidoscoped

    Louisiana Red Hot Records - 2016

  • Time: April 6 - 1:35:10 pm
  • Best of the Bayou Blues

    Tab Benoit, “Hot Tamale Baby”

    from Best of the Bayou Blues

    Vanguard Records - 2006

  • Time: April 6 - 1:40:42 pm
  • The Heroines

    Tony Joe White, “Closing In On the Fire (feat. Lucinda Williams)”

    from The Heroines

    Sanctuary Records - 2004

  • Time: April 6 - 1:45:11 pm
  • Jambalaya

    John Boutté, “Treme Song”

    from Jambalaya

    boutteworks - 2008

  • Time: April 6 - 1:49:35 pm
  • Pick It Up

    Rosie Ledet, “Cutie Pie”

    from Pick It Up

    Maison de Soul Records - 2005

  • Time: April 6 - 1:52:27 pm
  • Poetry in Motion

    The Soul Rebels, “Down for My City (feat. Emeril Lagasse, Trombone Shorty, Kermit Ruffins, Mia X, DJ Jubilee, Cheeky Blakk, Tonya Boyd-Cannon, New Orleans Citywide Youth Choir, Jaelyn Langston, Wild Wayne & Kango Slim)”

    from Poetry in Motion

    Artistry Music - 2019

  • Time: April 6 - 1:57:00 pm
  • The Royal Chase

    Nation Beat, “Hey Pocky Way”

    from The Royal Chase

    Nation Beat Music - 2020

  • Time: April 6 - 2:01:07 pm
  • New Orleans High Society

    New Orleans High Society, “That's a Plenty”

    from New Orleans High Society

    Slammin Media - 2020

  • Time: April 6 - 2:04:49 pm
  • Feel Like Funkin' It Up

    Rebirth Brass Band, “Big Fat Woman”

    from Feel Like Funkin' It Up

    New Rounder - 1989

  • Time: April 6 - 2:09:33 pm
  • Live from New York

    Bonerama, “Crosstown Traffic (Live)”

    from Live from New York

    Bonerama - 2004

  • Time: April 6 - 2:15:50 pm
  • Earl King, “Mama & Papa”

    from New Orleans Jazz And Heritage Festival 1976

    Rhino - 1989

  • Time: April 6 - 2:20:25 pm
  • Earl King, “Trick Bag”

    from New Orleans Jazz And Heritage Festival 1976

    Rhino - 1989

  • Time: April 6 - 2:25:05 pm
  • Live At Vaughan's

    Kermit Ruffins, “If You Want Me to Stay”

    from Live At Vaughan's

    Basin Street Records - 2007

  • Time: April 6 - 2:31:12 pm
  • Dr. John, “Wang Dang Doodle”

    from Right Place, Right Time

    Skinji Brim/Hyena - 2006

  • Time: April 6 - 2:35:57 pm
  • Night Train To Nashville (Live) [feat. Louisiana's LeRoux]

    Tab Benoit, “New Orleans Ladies (feat. Louisiana's LeRoux & Jimmy Hall)”

    from Night Train To Nashville (Live) [feat. Louisiana's LeRoux]

    TELARC - 2008

  • Time: April 6 - 2:41:41 pm
  • Deacon John (Live At the 1994 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)

    Deacon John, “Amazing Grace (live)”

    from Deacon John (Live At the 1994 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)

    RedBone Records - 1999

  • Time: April 6 - 2:42:36 pm
  • Deacon John (Live At the 1994 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)

    Deacon John, “Shake Your Money Maker (Live)”

    from Deacon John (Live At the 1994 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)

    RedBone Records - 1999

    Louisiana Dance Hall    April 6th, 2021

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