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New Orleans All The Way Live: Wednesdays On The Point

In this episode of New Orleans All the Way Live, the musicians of Wednesdays on the Point 2013 are featured, including Theresa Andersson and Irvin Mayfield.

This week on New Orleans All The Way Live, we celebrate summertime in New Orleans. The sun is shining and it is time to get outdoors and see some live music. Wednesdays On The Point is a fantastic series of outdoor music performances set amidst the beautiful sights of Algiers Point. To get you in the groove, we feature performances from a collection of amazing local artists at this festival series, including Theresa AnderssonTreme Brass BandSusan CowsillThe Dynamites featuring Charles Walker and Big SamIrvin Mayfield’s Jazz Playhouse Revue, and Dirty Dozen Brass Band. These live recordings take you to the middle of the crowd, complete with hoots and hollers. And if you listen closely, you can almost smell the pot of jambalaya brewing.

Algiers Point. Photo by Melanie Merz, courtesy of WWOZ.

In addition to the music, Libra Lagrone from the Ogden Museum of Southern Art talks with us about the special bond of ‘Southernness.’ We are a special community down here in the South and she explains exactly what that means. And of course you know we didn’t forget about the food! Bethany Lemanski of Wednesdays on the Point tells us the secret to the best tasting crawfish in town. You’ll never want to stay in on a Wednesday night again. But really, with regular events like these to coax you out, there’s no reason not to get out and enjoy New Orleans!

Listen to the full Wednesdays On The Point episode of New Orleans All The Way Live!

Treme Brass Band at the Candlelight Lounge. Photo by Ryan Hodgson-Rigsbee, courtesy of WWOZ

New Orleans All the Way Live is produced by the New Orleans radio station WWOZ with support from and New Orleans All the Way Live is an internationally syndicated weekly radio show produced by George Ingmire highlighting the unique music, food, festivals, and culture of the Crescent City. Ingmire culls from WWOZ’s vast library of live recordings and connects with musicians from across the city to bring you one-of-a-kind music and musician interviews—from flagship music festivals to living room concerts.