Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Bloggy Goodness: Preservation Hall Team Up With Jim James

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Jim James has co-produced the new Preservation Hall album + Patty Griffin sets the record straight

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Rock & Dance Added To Jim James’ Bonnaroo SuperJam

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Why did Bonnaroo organizers change the name of this summer's SuperJam?

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Video: 2013 Grammys – The Black Keys, Dr. John and Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Lonely Boy

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Watch The Black Keys perform Lonely Boy with Dr. John and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band

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Tour Dates: Preservation Hall West At The Chapel

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New Orleans' legendary Preservation Hall will open a West Coast outpost in San Francisco.

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Boot Camp: Jim James & Preservation Hall Jazz Band on the Belle of Louisville Steamboat – Forecastle Festival After Party

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Download Jim James' entire performance with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band from late Saturday night in Louisville.

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This Weekend: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Webcast – My Morning Jacket & Preservation Hall Jazz Band

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YouTube will present a free webcast from the second weekend of Jazz Fest.

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Bloggy Goodness: Amnesty’s Chimes Of Freedom

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A new compilation features 75 Dylan covers.

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HT Interview: Del McCoury and Ben Jaffe, Ambassadors of American Music

When The Del McCoury Band teamed up with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to record the album American Legacies, the merging of the two bands represented more then just a ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: American Legacies

Two legends of distinctively American styles of music hooked up for the first time a few years back, when the Del McCoury Band was invited down to New Orleans to record a couple of tracks ...

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Tour Dates: Frampton Comes Alive Again

After leaving Humble Pie in 1971 for a solo career, Peter Frampton found only marginal success on his own until the release of his 1976 seminal double-live album Frampton Comes Alive. The iconic record, which ...

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Recap: Newport Folk Festival

With a seemingly rotating door on music festivals over the last handful of years it's assuring to know that you can continually count on the Newport Folk Festival to be there year in ...

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Last Week’s Sauce: April 26th – May 2nd

We must be approaching festival season because the next gigs for three of the five bands in this week's piece are at festivals. We've got a healthy dose of Grateful Dead this week with segments ...

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Video: The Making Of Preservation

A few weeks back, we brought you news about Preservation Hall Jazz Band’s latest release – Preservation: An Album To Benefit Preservation Hall & The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program – that features an all-star ...

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BG: AC’s Psychedelic Playground

As part of the Guggenheim Museum’s 50th anniversary, Animal Collective have collaborated with artist Danny Perez on a site-specific performance piece that will transform the museum’s rotunda into a “kinetic, psychedelic environment”. The piece, dubbed Transverse ...

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