Music Calendar | The Maison

Music Calendar

The Maison features live music acts every day. Live performances start at 5PM Sunday-Monday and 4PM on Friday and Saturday. We feature traditional Jazz music daily during dinner until 10PM. At night, local brass and funk bands, as well as; top jam and funk touring acts rock the dance floor on our back stage. Unless specified in the event details below, all of our shows are free!

Sep
19
Fri
Jon Roniger
Sep 19 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Swamp Donkeys
Sep 19 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Debauche + Smoke n Bones
Sep 19 @ 10:30 PM – Sep 20 @ 2:00 AM

10:30pm – Debauche (Gypsy)

12:00am – Smoke n Bones (funk)

Sep
20
Sat
Cajun Fais Do Do
Sep 20 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Smoking Time Jazz Club
Sep 20 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Dysfunktional Bone + Street Legends Brass Band
Sep 20 @ 10:00 PM – Sep 21 @ 2:00 AM

10pm – Dysfunktional Bone (Funk)

12am – Street Legends Brass Band (Brass)

Sep
21
Sun
Dave Easley
Sep 21 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Too Darn Hot
Sep 21 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Soul Project
Sep 21 @ 10:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Sep
22
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Sep 22 @ 5:00 PM – Sep 22 @ 7:00 PM
Aurora Nealand & The Royal Roses
Sep 22 @ 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

The Royal Roses, fronted by vocalist and saxophonist, Aurora Nealand, play traditional jazz every Monday from 7pm-9:30pm at The Maison during dinner.

The Royal Roses grew out of the rich resurgence that traditional jazz is seeing in New Orleans amongst the younger generation of musicians today. Saxophonist/vocalist Aurora Nealand has been playing in various groups in New Orleans since 2005, and the Royal Roses, founded in 2010, is her first venture as a bandleader. The Royal Roses draw their repertoire heavily from Sidney Bechet, Django Reinhart and traditional jazz of New Orleans. Comprised of some of the finest young players on the New Orleans music scene today, the Royal Roses are seeking to breath new energy, arrangements and compositions into this genre of music while exploring and learning from its rich history and tradition. They‘ve performed in New Orleans at the French Quarter Festival, Satchmo Festival and Preservation Hall, as well as in NYC at Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival. Their first album “A Tribute to Sydney Bechet: Live at Preservation Hall” was released in 2011 to national acclaim. Current members are: Aurora Nealand (vocals/saxophone), David Boswell (trumpet), Matt Bell (vocals/guitar), Bill Machow (piano), Josh Gouzy (bass), Nathan Lambertson (bass) and Paul Thibodeaux (drums).

The Musician’s Jam w/ Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers
Sep 22 @ 9:30 PM – Sep 23 @ 3:00 AM
Sep
23
Tue
Gregory Agid Quartet
Sep 23 @ 6:00 PM – Sep 23 @ 9:00 PM
The Billionaires
Sep 23 @ 9:00 PM – Sep 24 @ 12:00 AM
Sep
24
Wed
Jazz Vipers
Sep 24 @ 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Smoke n Bones
Sep 24 @ 9:30 PM – Sep 25 @ 12:30 AM
Sep
25
Thu
Jon Roniger
Sep 25 @ 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Shotgun Jazz Band
Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Rue Fiya
Sep 25 @ 10:00 PM – Sep 26 @ 12:00 AM
Sep
26
Fri
Leah Rucker
Sep 26 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Dapper Dandies
Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Soul Project + Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers
Sep 26 @ 10:00 PM – Sep 27 @ 2:00 AM

10pm – Soul Project (funk)

12am – Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers (Brass/Funk)

Sep
27
Sat
Swamp Donkeys
Sep 27 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Smoking Time Jazz Club
Sep 27 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
The Essentials + Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers
Sep 27 @ 10:00 PM – Sep 28 @ 2:00 AM
Sep
28
Sun
Dave Easley
Sep 28 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Brad Walker
Sep 28 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
KRS-One + Truth Universal + Marcel P. Black
Sep 28 @ 10:00 PM – Sep 29 @ 2:00 AM

KRS-ONE-web

 

 

 

KRS-One plus Truth Universal & Marcel P. Black

 

Sunday, September 28th

 

Doors: 9PM | Show: 10PM

 

Tickets on sale now @ http://bit.ly/krs-one-tix

 

KRS-One

A pioneering Bronx-based hip-hop group with a socially conscious message, Boogie Down Productions (BDP) is the hip-hop vehicle of rapper Kris “KRS-One” Parker. Parker originally formed the group with DJ Scott LaRock who was gunned down in 1987 while trying to break up a street fight and help spark KRS-One’s ambitious antiviolence crusade. But it was BDP’s Productions’ blend of hip-hop with reggae dancehall and rock influences that set the group apart from other message-oriented rappers, as well as KRS-One’s dexterous verbosity and blunt beat sense.

Growing up poor in Brooklyn and the Bronx, Kris Parker was introduced to rap music through his mother’s collection of discs, including some by the Treacherous Three and Grandmaster Flash. Parker ran away from home at 13 and began living on the streets. During the day he would read about philosophy and religion at the library, and at night he’d practice rapping at the homeless shelters where he lived. At 17 he got his GED.

While staying at the Franklin Armory Shelter in the Bronx, Parker met social worker Scott Sterling, known on weekends as DJ Scott LaRock. The two formed BDP and released Criminal Minded on the independent B-Boy label in 1987. The album’s smooth grooves and hard rhymes foreshadowed gangsta rap. In August that year LaRock was murdered.

Parker kept going with his brother Kenny, releasing By All Means Necessary (Number 75 pop, Number 18 R&B, 1988) the following year. The album introduced the rapper’s “edutainment” style of rap in songs like “My Philosophy” and “Stop the Violence,” the latter of which Parker turned into a movement in 1989 to help curb black-on-black violence. BDP’s albums sold relatively well. Both Ghetto Music (Number 36 pop, Number Seven R&B, 1989) and Edutainment (Number 32 pop, Number Nine R&B, 1990) went gold and continued Parker’s message of nonviolence, with the latter scoring a modest MTV hit with “Love’s Gonna Get’cha (Material Love).” Although Live Hardcore Worldwide failed to make it onto the pop chart, Sex and Violence reached Number 42 (Number 20 R&B, 1992). Return of the Boom Bap, KRS-One’s solo debut (in reality BDP was increasingly a solo project), reached Number 37 (Number Five R&B, 1993), while the commercial success of KRS-One (Number 19 pop, Number Two R&B, 1995) and I Got Next (Number Three pop, Number Two R&B, 1997) bolstered his fan base.

By the late 1980s, Parker had begun doing college lecture tours wherein he would touch on a range of topics including Afrocentrism, religion, politics, violence, and his own revisionist views of American history. In 1991 he organized a group of artists including Chuck D, L.L. Cool J, Queen Latifah, British folkie Billy Bragg, and R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe for the consciousness-raising compilation H.E.A.L. (Human Education Against Lies): Civilization Vs. Technology. Toward the end of the 1990s KRS began erecting the Temple of Hiphop — an organization dedicated to the teaching of hip-hop history — and became a mentor/tutor at Harlem’s Riverside Church. He also took an A&R gig with Reprise Records in 1999, which he held for two years.

In 2000, KRS-One finished his contract with Jive by releasing A Retrospective; the following year, on Koch/In the Paint, he released The Sneak Attack, his first studio album in four years. In 2002, he shocked many fans by issuing Spiritual Minded. He continuing releasing new music through the decade, most notably with 2007′s Hip-Hop Lives, a collaboration with Marley Marl — the DJ-producer KRS had explicitly dissed on 1986′s “South Bronx” — thus bringing to an official end to hip-hop’s “Bridge Wars,” where Bronx MCs battled their Queens counterparts. In 2008 KRS-One released Maximum Strength which was something of a returned to form with “The Teacher” waxing poetically and skillfully on everything from politics to corporate malfeasance to ancient history.

 

Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/artists/krs-one/biography#ixzz3As4zPIV1
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Sep
29
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Sep 29 @ 5:00 PM – Sep 29 @ 7:00 PM
Aurora Nealand & The Royal Roses
Sep 29 @ 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

The Royal Roses, fronted by vocalist and saxophonist, Aurora Nealand, play traditional jazz every Monday from 7pm-9:30pm at The Maison during dinner.

The Royal Roses grew out of the rich resurgence that traditional jazz is seeing in New Orleans amongst the younger generation of musicians today. Saxophonist/vocalist Aurora Nealand has been playing in various groups in New Orleans since 2005, and the Royal Roses, founded in 2010, is her first venture as a bandleader. The Royal Roses draw their repertoire heavily from Sidney Bechet, Django Reinhart and traditional jazz of New Orleans. Comprised of some of the finest young players on the New Orleans music scene today, the Royal Roses are seeking to breath new energy, arrangements and compositions into this genre of music while exploring and learning from its rich history and tradition. They‘ve performed in New Orleans at the French Quarter Festival, Satchmo Festival and Preservation Hall, as well as in NYC at Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival. Their first album “A Tribute to Sydney Bechet: Live at Preservation Hall” was released in 2011 to national acclaim. Current members are: Aurora Nealand (vocals/saxophone), David Boswell (trumpet), Matt Bell (vocals/guitar), Bill Machow (piano), Josh Gouzy (bass), Nathan Lambertson (bass) and Paul Thibodeaux (drums).

The Musician’s Jam w/ Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers
Sep 29 @ 9:30 PM – Sep 30 @ 3:00 AM
Sep
30
Tue
Gregory Agid Quartet
Sep 30 @ 6:00 PM – Sep 30 @ 9:00 PM
The Swamp Donkeys
Sep 30 @ 9:00 PM – Oct 1 @ 12:00 AM
Oct
1
Wed
Higher Heights
Oct 1 @ 9:30 PM – Oct 2 @ 12:30 AM
Oct
2
Thu
Jon Roniger
Oct 2 @ 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Sweet Substitute Jazz Band
Oct 2 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Rue Fiya
Oct 2 @ 10:00 PM – Oct 3 @ 2:00 AM
Oct
3
Fri
Leah Rucker
Oct 3 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Billionaires
Oct 3 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Kumasi + Dysfunktional Bone
Oct 3 @ 10:00 PM – Oct 4 @ 2:00 AM

10 pm – Kumasi (afrobeat)

12 am – Dysfunktional Bone (brass)

Oct
4
Sat
The Dapper Dandies
Oct 4 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Swamp Donkeys
Oct 4 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Viceroy + DJ G
Oct 4 @ 7:00 PM – Oct 5 @ 3:00 AM
Oct
5
Sun
Nickel a Dance
Oct 5 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Organica
Oct 5 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers + 7inch Soul Party
Oct 5 @ 10:00 PM – Oct 6 @ 3:00 AM

10 pm – Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers (brass)

1am – 7inch Soul Party (DJs)

Oct
6
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Oct 6 @ 5:00 PM – Oct 6 @ 7:00 PM
Aurora Nealand & The Royal Roses
Oct 6 @ 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

The Royal Roses, fronted by vocalist and saxophonist, Aurora Nealand, play traditional jazz every Monday from 7pm-9:30pm at The Maison during dinner.

The Royal Roses grew out of the rich resurgence that traditional jazz is seeing in New Orleans amongst the younger generation of musicians today. Saxophonist/vocalist Aurora Nealand has been playing in various groups in New Orleans since 2005, and the Royal Roses, founded in 2010, is her first venture as a bandleader. The Royal Roses draw their repertoire heavily from Sidney Bechet, Django Reinhart and traditional jazz of New Orleans. Comprised of some of the finest young players on the New Orleans music scene today, the Royal Roses are seeking to breath new energy, arrangements and compositions into this genre of music while exploring and learning from its rich history and tradition. They‘ve performed in New Orleans at the French Quarter Festival, Satchmo Festival and Preservation Hall, as well as in NYC at Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival. Their first album “A Tribute to Sydney Bechet: Live at Preservation Hall” was released in 2011 to national acclaim. Current members are: Aurora Nealand (vocals/saxophone), David Boswell (trumpet), Matt Bell (vocals/guitar), Bill Machow (piano), Josh Gouzy (bass), Nathan Lambertson (bass) and Paul Thibodeaux (drums).

The Musician’s Jam w/ Ashton Hines and the Big Easy Brawlers
Oct 6 @ 9:30 PM – Oct 7 @ 3:00 AM
Oct
7
Tue
Gregory Agid Quartet
Oct 7 @ 6:00 PM – Oct 7 @ 9:00 PM
James Jordan Band
Oct 7 @ 9:00 PM – Oct 8 @ 12:00 AM
Oct
8
Wed
Jazz Vipers
Oct 8 @ 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Smoke N Bones
Oct 8 @ 9:30 PM – Oct 9 @ 12:30 AM
Oct
9
Thu
Jon Roniger
Oct 9 @ 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Shotgun Jazz Band
Oct 9 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Dysfunktional Bone
Oct 9 @ 10:00 PM – Oct 10 @ 2:00 AM
Oct
10
Fri
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Oct 10 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

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