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October 2018

Ever More Nest with Kelcy Mae at Ogden After Hours

/// October 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Ever More Nest is a new project from New Orleans-based songwriter, Kelcy Mae. A band with an unmistakable Americana tilt, Ever More Nest pairs Kelcy’s signature poetic lyricism with a musical style that can set you simultaneously on a rural dirt road and a gritty, big-city street. The name ‘Ever More Nest’ was drawn from a line in a poem by Mary Ann Samyn, which Kelcy found striking in its ability to evoke both a nostalgia for and a sinking displeasure…

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November 2018

Blato Zlato at Ogden After Hours

/// November 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Based in Louisiana, yet rooted in Balkan traditions, New Orleans’ Blato Zlato features dreamy three-part vocal harmonies over hard-hitting instrumentals inspired by both the ancient traditions of their heritage and the musical influences of their lives today. With many band members raised in Eastern Europe and having ancestry there, the band’s music aims to explore and preserve the traditional elements of Balkan music that make it so unique – the rhythm, melody, harmony and storytelling – but musically translate these songs with…

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Kyle Roussel at Ogden After Hours

/// November 8 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Kyle Roussel is a dynamic example of a modern New Orleans musician forging his own path while collaborating with a variety of musical masters. A graduate of the famed New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and the University of New Orleans began playing the piano at age nine; studying classical music before moving on to perform in church and explore jazz in his teenage years.  These days, Kyle is equally adept in the worlds of jazz, classical, funk, gospel, rhythm…

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Shawn Williams at Ogden After Hours

/// November 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

New Orleans pioneering voice in “alt-rocka-countrybilly-serial-killer-blues,” Shawn Williams sounds like the result of a dirtier-minded Elvis deciding to get it on in the back of some roadhouse saloon with one of those sad-eyed cowboy types that would rather be drinking alone. Her debut album Shadow (2017) is a skillfully-mastered collection of originals that moves seamlessly from old-school R&B-inflected rockers to softer, wistful numbers that evoke the broken-hearted melancholia of the desert. Idiosyncratic, catchy, and rich with local talent, the tracks…

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December 2018

Dayna Kurtz with Robert Mache at Ogden After Hours

/// December 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Over the past decade, the New Jersey born, now dividing time between New Orleans and the mountains of Vermont, vocalist/writer/musician/producer has been bestowed with many awards and praises, including being named the Female Songwriter of the Year by the National Academy of Songwriters.  Norah Jones and Bonnie Raitt have raved about her in interviews, and she's performed on such high-profile radio shows as "World Cafe," "Mountain Stage" and NPR's "Morning Edition."  She's toured and opened for Elvis Costello, Richard Thompson, Mavis Staples, Rufus…

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Roman Street at Ogden After Hours

/// December 13 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Brothers Noah and Josh Thompson put their guitars together to form Roman Street. Since the college years, this brotherly jam session has developed into a Billboard/iTunes charting band who many have dubbed 'the next generation' of Jazz Fusion. Roman Street, named for an old roman street in the Alps, is an internationally trained instrumental band specializing in improvisational fusion of Classical, Gypsy and Contemporary Jazz, Latin, and Nuevo Flamenco. A departure from the over-produced music that is out there today, they…

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Walter Wolfman Washington’s 75th Birthday Celebration at Ogden After Hours

/// December 20 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Walter “Wolfman” Washington has been a mainstay in the New Orleans music scene since the early 1960s. He cut his teeth backing up some of the best singers and performers in New Orleans history, including Lee Dorsey, Johnny Adams and Irma Thomas before putting together his long time band The Roadmasters, who have been burning down and burning up local and national stages since their first gigs in the 1980s. Washington’s new album My Future is My Past,  produced by…

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