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August 2017

The Asylum Chorus at Ogden After Hours

/// August 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

With eight singers and a full backing band, The Asylum Chorus resonates with audiences in unique ways. Their complex vocal harmonies merge with modern arrangements, to drive the music to higher places. In every performance, The Asylum Chorus showcases their prodigious talents as vocalists, songwriters and instrumentalists, with songs that range from quiet acapella originals to funky, full-throttle burners. The Asylum Chorus mixes the laid back, street-funk, electric church mood of their New Orleans home with their musical talents into…

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Julie Odell at Ogden After Hours

/// August 17 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Jan Ramsey of Offbeat Magazine writes, "Julie Odell’s music is like a secret recipe or a great bar next to your house that you’ve only just discovered. Most everyone who hears her sing knows they’ve discovered something special and can’t imagine a time before they knew she existed." Photo Credit: Bryan Parker

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Member Appreciation Night at Ogden After Hours

/// August 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Stop by Ogden After Hours for Member Appreciation Night! Each current member will receive one complimentary drink ticket and enjoy 20% off all purchases in the Museum Store, all while listening to the great music of Sweet Olive String Band! Free to museum members; $13.50 general admission.

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Sweet Olive String Band at Ogden After Hours

/// August 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Sweet Olive String Band is a four-piece band out of new Orleans that stays true to the spirit of American rural string band music with high lonesome style harmonies, a healthy mix of old time fiddling, soulful slide guitar, bluesy mandolin, and guitar picking anchored by a steady pulse string bass.

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Paz Fest IV Preview: A Tribute to Joni Mitchell

/// August 31 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us Thursday, August 31st in the Patrick F. Taylor Library for a very special evening of music. Long time music producer and Ogden After Hours audio engineer Michael Paz will present a sneak preview of Paz Fest IV: A New Orleans Tribute to Joni Mitchell, which will take place at the Civic Auditorium on Sunday, September 3rd from 7:00pm to 11:00pm. This special preview show will feature performances by Chuck Mitchell / Paul Sanchez / Tonya Boyd-Cannon / Debbie…

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September 2017

Teacher Night at Ogden After Hours

/// September 7 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This FREE evening for area educators will include a guided tour and art activity, plus lesson plans, resources, and ideas to help incorporate works of art into your curriculum. Did you know...? The Ogden Museum is always FREE to Orleans and Jefferson Parish Public Schools and is FREE to Louisiana residents on Thursdays. Teacher Night is FREE, but registration is required. 

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Shake ‘Em Up Jazz Band at Ogden After Hours

/// September 7 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

In June of 2016, Shaye Cohn assembled an all-female cast of traditional jazz musicians to perform for Girls Rock New Orleans. These amazing women had a blast playing together and caused a stir from their first performance. Requests to play started pouring in, and the band agreed they’d love to continue working together. Although Shaye wouldn't be able to continue as a full-time member, Haruka Kikuchi joined up, bringing along her exciting Kid Ory-inspired trombone. Marla, Chloe, Haruka, Molly, Julie,…

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Kettle Black at Ogden After Hours

/// September 14 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Kettle Black is a quiet dance, a tiny explosion expanding exponentially; it is funky, heartfelt, and unmistakably New Orleans. The brainchild of singer-songwriter Keith Burnstein, the band is a double percussion discussion that fans out the African and Cuban influences found in New Orleans music to create a new American songbook. Image Credit: Painting by Lauren Marie Breaux

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Alexandra Scott & Her Magical Band at Ogden After Hours

/// September 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Alexandra Scott’s music has equal footing around a campfire or in a musical den on St. Claude Avenue. At her core, she’s a singer & urban songwriter with a country sense of the world that shows up in her songs. A native of the countryside of Virginia who lived all over, but never felt at home anywhere until she found her way to New Orleans in 2000, her folk-inflected songs resound with the movements of graceful galloping horses, with beats…

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