Dr. John

The New Orleans pianist is best known for his 1973 top 10 hit, "Right Place, Wrong Time."
A new relationship—whether personal or professional—is a lot like buying a new car. Driving it off the lot is pure bliss
Once more, my heart broke upon hearing the story; the horrible story that most turn away from.  This time, the news came
DL: "Well these chefs in particular that are coming all are really good friends of mine. I've been at this business since
'Enjoy the View'--The Final Recording by Jazz Master Bobby Hutcherson / 1941-2016 (Part 2) And for the seventh year, JALC
Which is only right. Dr. John and Allen Toussaint at Jazzfest 2015 Photo by Karen Beninato The rain never let up enough to
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival headliner Janelle Monáe described her friend and collaborator Prince during an emotional set that included "Let's Go Crazy" and "Take Me With U" with: "He was free. He was fearless. He was music. He was rock and roll. He was on beat."
#7 Had a finger shot off protecting a bandmate whose mother told him she would "chop his cojones off if anything happened to her son." #8 So he switched from playing guitar to playing piano.
In case you were wondering about his rocker roots, David Johansen can be seen in a photograph flashing amidst many images
Weekend two at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival had everything: aboriginal bluesman Gurrumul, and Elton John headlining one of the most crowded festival days in the last decade.
The Bottom Line has been closed for eleven years, it closed January 2nd, 2004. I think about it all the time because I spent a great deal of my life there. One of the things I'm working on is an oral history viewed from the perspective of the performers who performed there.
Newcomer Dylan Gardner's latest video is for "Too Afraid To Love You," one of the key tracks from his album Adventures in Real Time.
The best way to have a successful weight loss surgery is to treat it like a business project. I have definite goals, measurements, objectives, benchmarks, time frames and a vision on where I want to be within a year.
I first interviewed Dr. John (aka Mac Rebennack) about "Ske-Dat-De-Dat: The Spirit of Satch" a year ago when he described the album in progress as being inspired by a dream in which Louis Armstrong told him: "Do my music your way."
"Listen, all these kids here with a piece, I'd written a line in a song on my last record about "Kids with Uzis, ice suckers, Death is a always thing." You can't get away from that mess. Whatever the kids got, the adults put them in their hands. They don't know what the hell they're doing, the kids."
Music legend Dr. John, also known as New Orleans native son Mac Rebennack, Jr., probably gets more phone calls on Mardi Gras Day than the whole rest of the year so I got mine in early.
In addition to her music, Kidjo has a boundless passion for women's empowerment and human rights. She is an advocate for girls' education and a fighter against genital mutilation, early marriage, and violence against women.
A few months later Robin saw a Village Voice ad for a handicapped songwriter's driver, and she figured it had to be Doc. "He