1. Allen Toussaint One Day New Orleans.m4v


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    This is to be submitted to One day in NOLA. The great Allen Toussaint performing What Is Success It was shot casually at Generations Hall on April 26 2014. Includes the fabulous Deacon John singing Hello My Lover another Toussaint composition. Band: Renard Poche, Brian Breeze Cayolle, Herman LeBeaux, Roland Guerin

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    • Hey Jude and Betsy


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      Deacon John singing Hey Jude to Jude and Betsy Video Sept 15, 9 46 05 PM

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      • Deacon John "Many Rivers To Cross" (Live on 'Music Inside Out')


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        Impromptu IPhone video taken of Deacon John performing "Many Rivers To Cross" during an interview for WWNO's "Music Inside Out" with Gwen Thompkins. Video and music recording/mix by Jason Rhein of Elephant Quilt (http://elephantquilt.com) Listen to full "Music Inside Out" show w/ Deacon John - http://wwno.org/post/tickling-ivories-deacon-john-moore

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        • Deacon John, President of New Orleans Musician Union Local


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          Deacon John discusses the hearing loss that can be suffered by musicians who crank up their music and sustain chronic exposure to loud sounds. He sends out plea for musicians to respect the neighborhoods where they play.

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          • 2009 Community Arts Awards Recipient: Deacon John Moore


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            Deacon John Moore, pianist, guitarist and songwriter. Currently the President of the Musicians Union and member of the board for Sweet Home New Orleans, Deacon John, and his group “The Ivories,” has been a mainstay on the local music scene for more than 50 years. He is also a great resource on the history of New Orleans music and was recently inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, not only for his outstanding musical contributions but for his deep commitment to the preservation of the music of the city. The Arts Council of New Orleans each year celebrates the Community Arts Awards. Since 1977, the Community Arts Awards have recognized living individuals, organizations and corporations which have made outstanding contributions to the arts in New Orleans. Recipients are continue selected for their artistic excellence, sustained contributions, unique achievements, perseverance, and a deep commitment to the arts and local community.

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