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 8400 I-10 Service Road , New Orleans, LA, US, 70127

  • Phone: (504) 302-7300
  • Fax: (504) 302-7308
2.0 out of 5 (94 reviews)
26% of guests recommend this hotel

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»New Orleans Privateers vs Nicholls State Colonels

March 02, 2015 7:00 PM

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»Charmaine Neville Band

March 02, 2015 8:00 PM

Fun New Orleans music mix led by the daughter of Charles Neville of the Neville Brothers, Charmaine. Lots of audience participation.

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»Charmaine Neville Band

March 02, 2015 10:00 PM

Fun New Orleans music mix led by the daughter of Charles Neville of the Neville Brothers, Charmaine. Lots of audience participation.

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»Dominic Grillo & The Frenchmen St. All Stars

March 02, 2015 6:00 PM

A performance with The Frenchmen St. All Stars every Monday.

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»With The Preservation Hall Jazz Masters, Featuring Leroy Jones

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»The Gumbo Trio

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»La Touché

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»Sistahs Making A Change

March 02, 2015 6:00 PM

Sistahs Making a Change is a community dance workshop.

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»Melancholy Play: A Contemporary Farce

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»Barry Cuda & The Sharks

March 03, 2015 8:00 PM

Pianist/Vocalist Barry Cuda grew up playing rag and stride piano, and eventually added blues (post graduate listening live to Little Brother Montgomery and Sunnyland Slim). In the mid 70s he discovered Professor Longhair and James Booker and as he puts it, It was all over"! He has spent the last 30 years in Key West, amassing a small fortune by playing 2-3 gigs a day at joints like Sloppy Joe's, singing bawdy songs that would make tourists on our own Bourbon Street blush. Not exactly Spanish Tinge/Piano Heritage material. And yet, that historical aspect to his character kept eating at him and enriching his soul. He made a trip to nearby Cuba, and this stoked his interest in Ernesto Lecuona and lesser-known masters like Ignacio Cervantes and Manuel Samuell. He can now play more of these fellows' music than practically any gringo alive. Two years ago Barry released a wonderful duet album, "New World Blues Roots," featuring Fess' old conguero, Uganda Roberts. What surprised was not the resonance of piano/congas playing the Cuban melodies, but how good they sounded on archaic blues like "West Dallas Drag" and "Mess Around." On March 3, Barry will expand on this concert, bringing some of his Key West regulars to play along with Roberts at our own Snug Harbor. They will include trumpeter/flugelhornist Kenny Fradley (a former Kid Creole and Celia Cruz sideman), and Kansas City reared drummer Randy Morrow. The Iguanas Joe Cabral will be guesting on sax as well. In short, Barry "ferrets out Afro Cuban-Connections musically and historically, combining that with the entertainment sensibilities of a Cousin Joe or Slim Gaillard." It's a type of fusion that is

626 Frenchmen Street
New Orleans, LA 70116

»Barry Cuda & The Sharks

March 03, 2015 10:00 PM

Pianist/Vocalist Barry Cuda grew up playing rag and stride piano, and eventually added blues (post graduate listening live to Little Brother Montgomery and Sunnyland Slim). In the mid 70s he discovered Professor Longhair and James Booker and as he puts it, It was all over"! He has spent the last 30 years in Key West, amassing a small fortune by playing 2-3 gigs a day at joints like Sloppy Joe's, singing bawdy songs that would make tourists on our own Bourbon Street blush. Not exactly Spanish Tinge/Piano Heritage material. And yet, that historical aspect to his character kept eating at him and enriching his soul. He made a trip to nearby Cuba, and this stoked his interest in Ernesto Lecuona and lesser-known masters like Ignacio Cervantes and Manuel Samuell. He can now play more of these fellows' music than practically any gringo alive. Two years ago Barry released a wonderful duet album, "New World Blues Roots," featuring Fess' old conguero, Uganda Roberts. What surprised was not the resonance of piano/congas playing the Cuban melodies, but how good they sounded on archaic blues like "West Dallas Drag" and "Mess Around." On March 3, Barry will expand on this concert, bringing some of his Key West regulars to play along with Roberts at our own Snug Harbor. They will include trumpeter/flugelhornist Kenny Fradley (a former Kid Creole and Celia Cruz sideman), and Kansas City reared drummer Randy Morrow. The Iguanas Joe Cabral will be guesting on sax as well. In short, Barry "ferrets out Afro Cuban-Connections musically and historically, combining that with the entertainment sensibilities of a Cousin Joe or Slim Gaillard." It's a type of fusion that is

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»Meschiya Lake & The Little Big Horns

March 03, 2015 6:00 PM

A live weekly performance by the New Orleans musicians.

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