1. Dont Worry Honey, I Live Here: How New Orleans Celebrates Mardi Gras

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    “Don’t Worry Honey, I Live Here: How Locals Celebrate Mardi Gras” provides a record of the Big Easy’s most famous event in the years prior to Hurricane Katrina. With footage shot between 2001 and 2003, the film provides a glimpse of the raucous, rude and wonderfully hedonistic excess of the Mardi Gras festivities. The film is rich with plenty of kooky characters, including a pair of unicyclists staging jousting matches on a street while a woman with ten-gallon hat full of dollars circles their action (“We’re collecting donations for medical bills,” she explains, glancing over her shoulder at a fallen unicycle warrior). The stories are told by New Orleans musicians Marva Wright, Kermit Ruffins, Anders Osborne, Morning 40 Federation, Irene Sage, Charmaine Neville, Jason Marsalis, Jeremy Lyons, John Carey, Rosie Ledet, John Gros of Papa Grows Funk, Johnny Angel, Benny Grunch, Stanton Moore of Galactic, Irma Thomas, John Sinclair and many others.

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    • Southern Soul Assembly - The Fillmore 11-16-14 - A Life Worth Living (Marc Broussard)

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      from Steve Zimmerman / Added

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      Anders Osborne, JJ Grey, Marc Broussard and Luther Dickinson

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      • Southern Soul Assembly - The Fillmore 11-16-14 - Misc Segments

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        Anders Osborne, JJ Grey, Marc Broussard and Luther Dickinson

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        • Southern Soul Assembly - The Fillmore 11-16-14 - I'm a Man

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          from Steve Zimmerman / Added

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          Anders Osborne, JJ Grey, Marc Broussard and Luther Dickinson

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          • Southern Soul Assembly - The Fillmore 11-16-14 - Jamaica Medley

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            from Steve Zimmerman / Added

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            Anders Osborne, JJ Grey, Marc Broussard and Luther Dickinson

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            • Rooster 6 Promo

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              Short Video Promo for Roosterwalk 6. Get your tickets now! Video shot and edited by Matt Manzano.

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              • Road to Telluride Blues and Brews

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                With the festival only 9 weeks away, the excitement is building. Everyone is talking about how amazing the lineup is and there's a lot of buzz surrounding the 20th year of Telluride Blues & Brews. Tickets and camping are still available but selling fast so reserve your space now to the party of your lifetime! The 20th annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival is proud to announce that The Black Crowes, Jim James, and Melissa Etheridge will headline the event this summer. Additional musicians booked to play include Gary Clark Jr., John Hiatt & The Combo, Mickey Hart Band, Booker T. Jones, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Anders Osborne, Otis Taylor Band, Rebirth Brass Band, Allen Stone, ZZ Ward, The New Mastersounds, The Bright Light Social Hour, The Relatives, Kim Churchill, Selwyn Birchwood Band, Low Volts, James Bay, and The Congress Tickets for Telluride Blues & Brews Festival, held September 13-15, 2013, are currently on sale. Renowned as one of the most scenic and intimate music festivals in the country, Telluride Blues & Brews takes place every September in the world-famous resort town of Telluride, Colorado, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. For info visit us at TellurideBlues.com facebook.com/telluride.blues twitter.com/TellurideBlues Footage provided by Aspen Video Productions (vimeo.com/sizzlereels) Additional footage provided by Altitude Filmworks (vimeo.com/altitudefilmworks) Music by Karl Denson's Tiny Universe "Shake It Out"

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                • Theresa Andersson performing "It's Gonna Be Okay," recorded for the Robert Mugge film NEW ORLEANS MUSIC IN EXILE

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                  Two months after Hurricane Katrina struck, the wonderful Theresa Andersson performed the moving Anders Osborne/Joshua Ragsdale song "It's Gonna Be Okay" in W.C. Handy Park in Memphis. The performance was filmed for the Robert Mugge film NEW ORLEANS MUSIC IN EXILE and used in the film to powerful effect, though in an abridged version. This is Theresa's complete performance without interruption or post-Katrina New Orleans footage accompanying it. She records for Basin Street Records.

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                  • Big Easy Music Awards 2013

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                    Red Carpet access to 2013's Big Easy Music Awards, with Kevin Allman, the editor of Gambit.

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                    • eTown webisode 285 - Robert Cray / Anders Osborne / eTones - "Busted"

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                      LIKE us on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/etownradio VISIT our website: http://www.etown.org FOLLOW us on TWITTER https://twitter.com/etownhall Robert Cray and Anders Osborne join forces with Nick and Helen Forster and the eTones for this finale rendition of Harlan Howard's "Busted." Don't miss the classic moment between Robert and Anders at the end of the tune.

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