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New Orleans All The Way Live: Peacemaker

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Alvin Youngblood Hart performing at the Crescent City Blues & BBQ Fest 2013 (photo by Kichea S. Burt, courtesy of WWOZ)

On each episode of New Orleans All The Way Live, we take you into the world of music, food, and the New Orleans culture that make this city one of the greatest in the world. We listen to local musicians perform live sets at venues across New Orleans and then go in depth talking with them about their inspirations, roots, and musical lives. Food is practically religion in this town, so our exploration into the culinary world of New Orleans is an important one; we talk to the cuisine experts about their beginnings and accomplishments, all the while surely getting your cravings going strong.

As always, this episode of New Orleans All The Way Live requires an appetite, as we sample four different po-boys at Mahony’s with Chef Jason Sanders.  We start off with the “Peacemaker,” a sandwich made from fried oysters, bacon and cheese, and then we work our way through to the alligator sausage po-boy with a smokey tomato mustard sauce. Hungry yet?

To satiate your musical cravings, this episode features Alvin ‘Youngblood’ Hart’s Muscle Theory as they provide two full sets of music and interviews, recorded live at the beloved French Quarter Fest earlier this year in New Orleans.

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Mahoney’s po-boy and a bloody mary. (photo 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.

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