Posts Tagged ‘Jazz Fest 2012’
Photos from Saturday, May 5th at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival including Anders Osborne, Johnson Family Extension, Bombino of Niger and My Morning Jacket.
Photos by Marc Pagani from Lafayette, LA’s GIVERS performing at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage festival.
Had a great first day out there at the Fairgrounds for weekend 2. Photos and videos from Day 1 at Jazz Fest 2012 include Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Rosie Ledet, Silky Sol, Esperanza Spalding, George Porter Jr. and the Runnin’ Pardners and several obligatory stops into the Gospel Tent. Gospel Tent... more
The Beach Boys headlined the first day of Jazz Fest 2012, closing down the Acura Stage with a 90-minute trip down memory lane that included a guest appearance on guitar and drums by John “Uncle Jesse” Stamos on a couple tunes. Continue on below for a full gallery from the... more
Today I begin my journey home from Jazz Fest 2012 looking ahead at about 2,500 miles of driving and only four hours sleep. But that's the perfect start to work through my own memories of both amazing weekends of music that were consumed while the Live Music Blog team... more
It's been about six full days for me at this year's Jazz Fest and I've still got tons of updates coming from our team here, including reviews of the Megalomaniac's Ball on Wednesday night and some video highlights from last night's Johnny Vidacovich trio show last night that sold out... more
Photos by Jimmy Grotting || Words by Justin Ward After a full day at Jazz Fest on Saturday and catching Gravity A’s first set at Le Bon Temps Roule, we regrouped one last time at home and strolled our way over to Tipitina’s to catch The Greyboy Allstars doing their MJ... more
Thanks to YouTube user medolyns’ diligent video work, there’s already a good bit of fan-shot video to enjoy from yesterday’s marathon Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band set to close down 2nd weekend at Jazz Fest. Continue on below for five more videos from The Boss’ epic set. Also,... more
After a fantastic touch down here in New Orleans last Friday night, I was pretty amped up on adrenaline the next morning in anticipation of getting down to the Jazz Fest fairgrounds. So much of the amazing music of the city gets celebrated every year and the way this... more
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuZkidPqeAE Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers closed down the main Acura Stage on Day 2 at Jazz Fest 2012. Check out this video of Petty and Co. covering J.J. Cale’s “Travelin’ Light” and also check out “Learning To Fly” and a rendition of the classic Traveling Wilburys tune “Handle With Care”... more
In case you've been living under a rock or perhaps have missed all of our awesome coverage at LMB NOLA, Jazz Fest has officially begun and gone two days deep into the New Orleans swampy vibes. Today is one of those days that people will be talking about for... more
To kick off Nolafunk’s inaugural Jazzfest concert series, a group of big-time players descended on Republic New Orleans for a Dead-heavy superjam to get the Jazz Fest night scene in proper motion. In a reprise of last year’s highly-touted night show, Anders Osborne, Bill Kreutzmann (Grateful Dead), Paul Barrere &... more
Check out the 2012 Jazz Fest Cubes HERE This morning, the 2012 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival unveiled the schedule cubes at the annual “Month-Out” Press Party held at the Fairgrounds, signifying that Fest is only a month away. After a brief performance by the Preservation Hall Jazz Band in... more
Eddie Vedder just announced a set of spring tour dates with an appearance at Jazz Fest 2012 part of the highlights! He slayed it on the last Portlandia, too... Eddie Vedder Spring 2012 Tour Dates April 11: Las Vegas (The Pearl) April 13: Phoenix, Ariz. (Comerica Theater) April 16: Albuquerque, N.M.... more
The Voodoo Experience is now in the rearview and the relentless fall concert schedule is starting to slow down (although one could easily keep themselves busy on the live circuit until NYE) and therefore it’s time to start speculating about the 2012 Jazz Fest lineup. Hard to say who will... more