Music Calendar

The Maison features live music every day. Live bands start at 4PM every day and 1pm on Saturday. We feature traditional Jazz music daily during dinner until 10PM. At night, local brass and funk bands and top national touring acts rock the dance floor from 2 stages. ALL SHOWS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED!

Feb
23
Thu
Miss Kitty Fräulein Frances’s Sleazeball Orchestra
Feb 23 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Feb 23 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Feb
24
Fri
Kala Bazaar Swing Society
Feb 24 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Feb 24 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Feb
25
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Feb 25 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Leah Rucker
Feb 25 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Feb
26
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Feb 26 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Kristina Morales
Feb 26 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Luneta Jazz Band
Feb 26 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Brad Walker
Feb 26 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Feb
27
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Feb 27 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
1
Wed
Slick Skillet Serenaders
Mar 1 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 1 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
2
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 2 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
3
Fri
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 3 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
4
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 4 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
5
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 5 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Hokum High Rollers
Mar 5 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Nickel-A-Dance featuring Wendell Brunious
Mar 5 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Meghan Stewart
Mar 5 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
6
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 6 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
7
Tue
Sam Winterheimer Quartet
Mar 7 @ 4:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 7 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.

Mar
8
Wed
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 8 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
9
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 9 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
10
Fri
Claire and The Company
Mar 10 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 10 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
11
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 11 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
12
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 12 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Loose Marbles
Mar 12 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Nickel-A-Dance featuring Kerry Lewis
Mar 12 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Leah Rucker
Mar 12 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
13
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 13 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
14
Tue
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 14 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.

Mar
15
Wed
Claire and The Company
Mar 15 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 15 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
16
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 16 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
17
Fri
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 17 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
18
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
19
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 19 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Leah Rucker
Mar 19 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Royal Street Winding Boy
Mar 19 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
20
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 20 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
21
Tue
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 21 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.

Mar
22
Wed
Loose Marbles
Mar 22 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 22 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
23
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 23 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
24
Fri
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 24 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
25
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 25 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
26
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 26 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Eight Dice Cloth
Mar 26 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Brad Walker
Mar 26 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
27
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 27 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
28
Tue
Slick Skillet Serenaders
Mar 28 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 28 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.

Feb
23
Thu
Miss Kitty Fräulein Frances’s Sleazeball Orchestra
Feb 23 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Feb 23 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Feb
24
Fri
Kala Bazaar Swing Society
Feb 24 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Feb 24 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Feb
25
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Feb 25 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Leah Rucker
Feb 25 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Feb
26
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Feb 26 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Kristina Morales
Feb 26 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Luneta Jazz Band
Feb 26 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Brad Walker
Feb 26 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Feb
27
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Feb 27 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
1
Wed
Slick Skillet Serenaders
Mar 1 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 1 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
2
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 2 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
3
Fri
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 3 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
4
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 4 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
5
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 5 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Hokum High Rollers
Mar 5 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Nickel-A-Dance featuring Wendell Brunious
Mar 5 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Meghan Stewart
Mar 5 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
6
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 6 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
7
Tue
Sam Winterheimer Quartet
Mar 7 @ 4:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 7 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.

Mar
8
Wed
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 8 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
9
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 9 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
10
Fri
Claire and The Company
Mar 10 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 10 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
11
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 11 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
12
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 12 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Loose Marbles
Mar 12 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Nickel-A-Dance featuring Kerry Lewis
Mar 12 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Leah Rucker
Mar 12 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
13
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 13 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
14
Tue
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 14 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.

Mar
15
Wed
Claire and The Company
Mar 15 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 15 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
16
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 16 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
17
Fri
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 17 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
18
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
19
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 19 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Leah Rucker
Mar 19 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Royal Street Winding Boy
Mar 19 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
20
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 20 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
21
Tue
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 21 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.

Mar
22
Wed
Loose Marbles
Mar 22 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
Mar 22 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

In 2009, the original New Orleans Jazz Vipers morphed into two new bands, Joe Braun’s The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and the New Orleans Cottonmouth Kings featuring six former Jazz Vipers. You can hear both bands playing regularly on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, and both have released new CDs available at their websites.

The original New Orleans Jazz Vipers were a popular and active band in New Orleans for many years, pioneers of the Frenchmen Street scene, with a twice-weekly residency at the Spotted Cat 2003 to 2009. Noteable festival appearances included the Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Lincoln Center Midsummer Night Swing and the Monterey Jazz Festival (in September 2005). Part of the unique sound of the Jazz Vipers came from the fact that they rarely used any amplification. The sound of the band was at the same time retro, full of energy and unpretentious, with both up-tempo dance numbers and well-chosen ballads; it has been aptly described as neo-trad-jazz. The band received many awards in Louisiana including the Gambit’s “Big Easy” award in 2005 for “Best Traditional Jazz Band,” and Offbeat Magazine’s “Best of the Beat” award in 2004 for “Best Traditional Jazz Album” (for the album “Live on Frenchmen Street”). In 2001 and 2003 they won the “Best of the Beat” award for “Best Emerging Traditional Jazz Band.”

 

RESERVE A TABLE FOR THIS SHOW!
Mar
23
Thu
The Good For Nothin’ Band
Mar 23 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

The Good For Nothin’ Band is to the New Orleans music scene what Al Capone was to the Chicago Mafia, ” The Enforcer of Wow “ the hot bang club, original, defying cultures, tastes, genres, and decor, sacrilege in all its perfection, a feast for the soul of wayfaring pilgrims searching for the Un-Holy Grail of seedy salvation. This pack of rouge delinquents will decapitate your senses with songs and music crafted from utter mayhem and sheer debauchery. The lucky pilgrim who ventures into the room with these deplorable angels with leave molecularly scathed, never to be integrated into normalcy again, forever changed to roam the earth in the fog of delightful Whiggery. When in Nola, seek out these degenerate scallawags and drink in the groove shadows of this notorious city of wonder as they bombard you with their infamous musical tales of the city of dreams. The Good For Nothin Band , coming to your local sleaze palace and insane asylum.

 

good for nothin

Mar
24
Fri
New Orleans Swinging Gypsies
Mar 24 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
25
Sat
Chance Bushman & The Ibervillianaires
Mar 25 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Led by song and dance man Chance Bushman, the Ibervillianaires match tap and jazz dance with the party music of yesteryear. The band’s repertoire runs the gamut from classic New Orleans jazz to rock and roll, encompassing tight arrangements, blues-infused solos, and freewheeling collective improvisation. Consummate entertainers, the Ibervillianaires will have you singing along, bouncing out of your chair, and dancing in the street!.

Mar
26
Sun
Swingin’ Jazz Brunch with Chance Bushman & The NOLA Jitterbugs
Mar 26 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

NOLA Jitterbugs is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and (yes!) innovation of Traditional American Music and Dance.

Eight Dice Cloth
Mar 26 @ 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Brad Walker
Mar 26 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Mar
27
Mon
Chicken & Waffles
Mar 27 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Mar
28
Tue
Slick Skillet Serenaders
Mar 28 @ 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Gregory Agid Quartet
Mar 28 @ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Trad jazz clarinetist Greg Agid got his New Orleans start at the Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp, being mentored by luminaries like Alvin Batiste and Kidd Jordan. Infusing the rhythms and sounds of the musicians that have gone before him with his personal experiences and tastes, Agid sees himself as part of the great musical continuum that is New Orleans. His mission is to move the sound to its logical next step while delighting audiences throughout the city with his sprightly, effervescent clarinet performances. He takes the stage with his quartet every Tuesday at Maison on Frenchmen, plus appearing with Delfeayo Marsalis’s Uptown Jazz Orchestra at Snug Harbor on Wednesdays. He’s also a frequent guest at the Spotted Cat and Mimi’s in the Marigny.