and talented daugter of David & Roselyn, recipient of the Dakota
Stattton Emerging Jazz Artist award.
We'll do our
best to keep you informed here at the Bluesnet of all the local,
regional & national talent playing around St Louis.
Jazz Festival: One of the top jazz festivals in the world.
We had a great time performing there!
WWOZ: The best radio station on earth! WWOZ plays New
Orleans and Louisiana music, and roots music from arounf the
world. Listen to them through the Internet! Their live broadcast
from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is an annual
event with listeners spanning the globe. WWOZ is a volunteer
- operated, community radio station.
Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival:
Another one of the best music festivals in the world - this one
can't be missed! We are regulars at the fest, so if you attend,
be sure and catch our performance. Or if you see us on the grounds
just enjoying all of the wonderful music, please stop and say
Eddie Bo: The website of one of the funkiest piano players
in the world, carrying the great tradition of the New Orleans
piano professors into the future. Eddie was a pioneer of funk,
and is an eternal classic; not to mention a lovely human being
Tama is a multi - disciplinary artist
exploring the effects of media on issues of cultural identity
and race relations in the US through performance art, bilingual
poetry, essays, and the visual arts. He is the recipient of a
1998-99 Theater Fellowship awarded to him by the Louisiana Division
of the Arts
Smithsonian Institute: "Established in 1846, the Smithsonian is the
"national museum" of the United States, holding some
140 million artifacts and specimens in its trust for the increase
and diffusion of knowledge. The Institution is also a center
for research dedicated to public education, national service,
and scholarship in the arts, sciences, and history. The Smithsonian
is composed of sixteen museums and galleries and the National
Zoo and numerous research facilities in the United States and
abroad." David and Roselyn were a subject of the Smithsonian's
of Song," seen on PBS.
PBS: "The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), is
home to more than 350 television show companion sites in addition
to Web-original sites. PBS Online hosts interactive content for
everyone - including kids, parents, educators, and the general
River of Song: This links
you to our page on the "River of Song" page on the
PBS site! Explore the whole site, it's really beautiful!
Jukebox: "Started in 1996, the
two-time CableACE winning "Louisiana Jukebox" was created
to showcase and promote one of our state's greatest natural resources
- its musicians. Viewers can tune in each week to catch live
performances by three different Louisiana artists - plus music
news, interviews and videos. All in just one hour." See video of David and Roselyn's performance
on Louisiana Jukebox here.
Zucchero: Italy's top-selling pop/blues artist saw David and
Roselyn playing on Royal St. in New Orleans, put themin his Spirito
d'Vino video, and invited them to tour Italy with him!
Show: David and Roselyn made an appearance
on the Gong show in 1977. They won of course!
Magazine: New Orleans and Louisiana
music's Rolling Stone. The most extensive and authoritative information
on New Orleans and Louisina music on the web.
Music Factory: Owned by Jerry Brock,
the founder of WWOZ radio (above) and a top authority on Louisiana
music, the factory boasts a rich inventory of New Orleans and
Louisiana CDs, books, vinyl, and t-shirts, both current and rare.
The best place to go to buy anything related to Louisiana music.