It's nice how the schedule was filled with so many local NOLA bands.
I started with a little Lynn Drury as I was curious. It was good although I wouldn't need a whole set.
I went by Supagroup, which I've always wondered about. It's not my thing.
Mem Shannon & the Membership Band are always great NOLA Blues.
Mem Shannon & the Membership Band (Blues)
A musician since
childhood, Mem Shannon hung up his guitar and clarinet after his father
died in 1981; he began driving a cab to help his family pay bills. But
in 1995, he got his break and recorded A Cab Driver’s Blues, which
includes snippets of taxicab confessions from his long career.
Gregory Agid was enjoyable in the Jazz Tent.
I enjoyed a bit of Tanya & Dorise.
Tanya & Dorise (Acoustic/Fusion)
These noted street performers
have gained a following thanks to Tanya Huang’s mesmerizing electric
violin. She and guitarist Dorise Blackman have released several guitar
and violin duo albums and perform regularly on the famed Royal Street in
the French Quarter.