Monday’s Hors D’Oeuvres: Nevilles in NOLA

If the 9AM phone calls I received from my friends down in New Orleans are any indication, this year’s Jazz Fest took things to a whole new level. Yesterday, the Neville Brothers made their first post-Katrina appearance in the Crescent City to perform a scorching set that closed things out at the Fairgrounds.

For more from Jazz Fest be sure to check out the NY Times’ ArtsBeat blog.

HT Contributor Randy Ray recently spoke with Chris Kuroda about life after Phish and doing lights for the likes of R. Kelly, Aerosmith and the Black Crowes. CK5 also mentions that Trey Anastasio contacted him recently to work on a new project. It’s nice to see that just like us, Kuroda clearly misses the Phish experience.

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  1. I saw Mike, Page, and Marco hang out at the Trombone Shorty show on Thurs, but alas no one sat in, (including rumored Stevie Wonder or Ludacris as rumored). Although Ludacris did sit in with the Roots at the fairgrounds on Saturday.

    I think Mike sat in with Dumpstaphunk as well on Sunday night.

    Also Govt Mule was shooting a dvd at their two shows this weekend with a ton of sit ins including Mike Gordon, Grace Potter, Eric Krasno, & Bela Fleck.

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