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New Orleans All The Way Live: New Orleans Sacred Music Festival

Each week on New Orleans All The Way Live, we take you into the world of New Orleans music, food, culture, and tradition through live performance and interviews with the special people that make up our diverse city.

This week New Orleans All the Way Live presents an hour of cross-cultural meet ups. We interview Rising Appalachia live in studio, as the band performs everything from Southern spirituals to Bulgarian music. In the second half of the program, Ensemble Fatien performs a set of music bridging New Orleans and West Africa. We also stop by an Arts Market and preview the upcoming New Orleans Sacred Music Festival, taking place on Saturday, March 15th, at the New Orleans Healing Center.

This week, we’ve also included a Web Extra for our New Orleans All the Way Live online fans! Sean Johnson sings “Sita Ram” while playing the Harmonium.  Recorded live by George Ingmire at Wild Lotus Yoga Studios.  Sean Johnson & The Wild Lotus Band will be performing at the New Orleans Sacred Music Festival.

Listen to this week’s episode of New Orleans All The Way Live.

New Orleans All the Way Live is produced by the New Orleans radio station WWOZ with support from NewOrleansOnline.com and GoNOLA.com. 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.

Mallory Whitfield is an artist, speaker, and author based in New Orleans. In 2016, she was honored to be included in the 19th class of Gambit’s 40 Under 40, which salutes the brightest innovators, artists, and professionals in New Orleans. She currently hosts the Badass Creatives podcast, which features marketing and business advice for creatives, as well as interviews with a diverse range of handmade artists, performers, makers, and creative entrepreneurs. During Mardi Gras, you can usually find her parading with Noisician Coalition in Muses or with The 501st Legion in Tucks.

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