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A staple of New Orleans music and culture since 1977 & one of the country's premier music venues
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Founded as a clubhouse for Professor Longhair, Tip's has played host to NOLA music legends since opening its doors in 1977. Dr. John, the Neville Brothers and "Trombone Shorty" have all graced the stage at this excellent, standing-room-only venue.
Tipitina's is a local music venue owned by members of the band Galactic. Bring your earplugs!
Be ready to stand up and hear amazing music. Can't pronounce that street name? ChopUhToolUs. That's about as close as we can get.
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“ Music starts late, Tuesday nights Rebirth Brass Band play. The world famous Maple Leaf Bar is a music performance venue and bar on Oak Street in the Carrolton neighborhood of Uptown New Orleans. Opened on Feb 24th 1974, it is one of the longest continuing operation of New Orleans’ music clubs with live performances seven nights a week. On that first night Andrew Hall’s Society Jazz Band played and were there every Saturday for 7 years. Many of the old time musicians were featured including numerous members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The Society Jazz Band left in the summer of 1981 but have played there several times since including the 30th birthday party in 2004. Musical styles represented include blues, funk, R&B, rock, zydeco, jazz, jam bands and any combination thereof, and beyond, hosting both local performers and touring national acts. Currently home to 2018 Grammy Lifetime Achievement winner George Porter Jr. and his trio every Monday night, and the longtime Tuesday night home to the Grammy Award winning Rebirth Brass Band, frequent performers at the Maple Leaf have included local legends James Booker, the Rebirth Brass Band, Papa Grows Funk, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, “Money Mike” Armstrong, The Radiators and Henry Butler. Unannounced sit-ins are not uncommon; Bruce Springsteen once dropped in to jam with The Iguanas. Jon Cleary’s band was once joined by his frequent employer, Bonnie Raitt. The Leaf, as it is sometimes referred, has also been an important incubator for the city’s many up-and-coming bands formed from the ranks of local musicians and music students at Tulane University, Loyola University and the University of New Orleans.”
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“(6 min by car, 32 min by streetcar, 33 min walking) Audubon Park, stretching for over a square mile from St. Charles Avenue to the Mississippi River, is Uptown's big green lung. Easily accessible by streetcar, it's popular with everyone from families and children, joggers and sports fans, to birdwatchers and golfers. Towards the river end of the Park is the almost entirely outdoor Audubon Zoo. Named for the naturalist and city son John James Audubon, the park's landscaped lagoons and labeled collection of plants and trees are a great place to find peace and rest in the Big Easy.”
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“This is a big favorite for us. There's live music in the back, with its own bar and dance floor. Then there's booths, pool tables, TVs, and music playing up front at the main bar. Great local spot right along magazine street. Always good locals here having a drink.”
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“Great french bakery/patisserie in the Uptown neighborhood of New Orleans (3.6 miles)”
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