Terry Reid was once asked by Jimmy Page to join his new band, Led Zeppelin. Terry said no. Need I say more?
Davell Crawford follows a long lineage of great piano players from New Orleans. He has been performing since he was seven years old, and it’s evident in the ease of his performances. Believe it or not we had managed to get an electric piano on the buggy for him to play but we blew a fuse at the last second, and like a true artist, he improvised and still gave an amazing performance. If you look into his glasses you might be able to see the piano on his lap 😉
Andrew Duhon’s lyrics are the sail to his musical ship. Influenced by the works of literary greats such as Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman, and Frost, he is carving his way into the American songbook. He draws inspiration from his travels and pumps that inspiration back into his songs. He also sports a gnarly beard.
Alexis and the Samurai are a duo of multi-instrumentalist/
The Expendables enjoyed a laid-back lifestyle growing up in Santa Cruz, Ca; surfing, skating, partying, and playing music were commonplace. They have since staked their claim in the California surf/rock genre headlining venues from coast to coast. They joined us for a session while in town at the House of Blues.
Maggie Koerner’s voice can raise the dead. Her smoky, Southern tone oozes with soul and feeling. She is currently the lead singer for Galactic, landing essentially the best gig in New Orleans within two years of moving here from her hometown of Shreveport, La.