Marcia Ball

Airs Thursday, July 7, at 8 p.m. From the Shreveport House Concert series we present Renowned Louisiana songwriter and musician David Egan, who passed away this year from cancer.

Airs Friday, February 19, at 10 p.m. Still Singing the Blues features musicians in New Orleans and South Louisiana who continue to perform both traditional blues and rhythm-and-blues—often despite poverty, ill health, and the impacts of natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina. The hour-long, music-rich documentary burrows into the lives of three outstanding older performers: Carol Fran of Lafayette, Harvey Knox of Baton Rouge, and Little Freddie King of New Orleans.

Airs Monday, April 27, at 9 pm. Joins us for this final program celebrating Jazz from the New Orleans Jazz fest 2014 with a program recorded at WWOZ's Piano Nights concert. Rocking the 2014 Piano Night stages: Ellis Marsalis, Cyrus Chestnut, Jon Cleary, Davell Crawford, Marcia Ball, Joe Krown, Nigel Hall, David Todd Paquette, Marty Sammon, the Sanford Hinderlie, Paul Longstreth, David Torkanowsky.

Airs Friday, February 20, at 9 p.m. Still Singing the Blues features musicians in New Orleans and South Louisiana who continue to perform both traditional blues and rhythm-and-blues—often despite poverty, ill health, and the impacts of natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina. The hour-long, music-rich documentary burrows into the lives of three outstanding older performers: Carol Fran of Lafayette, Harvey Knox of Baton Rouge, and Little Freddie King of New Orleans.

Airs Friday, February 14 at 10 p.m.   Still Singing the Blues features musicians in New Orleans and South Louisiana who continue to perform both traditional blues and rhythm-and-blues—often despite poverty, ill health, and the impacts of natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina. The hour-long, music-rich documentary burrows into the lives of three outstanding older performers: Carol Fran of Lafayette, Harvey Knox of Baton Rouge, and Little Freddie King of New Orleans.

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