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first_imgNew Orleans Jazz Fest has a little something for everyone, but scoping out the late night scene can become overwhelming, with hundreds of shows around town at a music lover’s disposal. With so many shows to choose from, we decided to make the decision making process a bit easier by selecting our favorite shows to check out during the 10-day extravaganza. Here are L4LM’s top picks for Jazz Fest late nights 2016.***For the complete list of Jazz Fest late night shows, head over here***Thursday, April 21stNigel Hall Experience @ The Howlin’ WolfDerwin “Big D” Perkins, Donnie Sundal, Eric Vogel, Jamison Ross, Weedie Braimah, Brad Walker, and Eric “Benny” Bloom w/ special guests Terence Higgins, Nick Daniels, and Lenesha Randolph plus very special guests TBADoors at 9 // Show at 10 // Tickets—————————————————-Friday, April 22ndGalactic + Turkuaz @ Tipitina’s8 PM // TicketsMichael Franti & Spearhead @ RepublicPlus Chali 2naDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // Tickets—————————————————-Saturday, April 23rdFoundation of Funk @ House of BluesZigaboo Modeliste, George Porter Jr, Ivan Neville, Tony Hall2 AM // TicketsDead Feat @ Howlin’ WolfAnders Osborne, Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett of Little Feat, Jackie Greene, Brady BladeW/ Papa Mali & FriendsDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // TicketsLondon Souls Revue @ RepublicFt. Eric Krasno, Cyril Neville, Ian Neville performing the music of Allen Toussaint, The Beatles & moreW/ Marc Broussard, Samantha Fish, and Jarekus SinglettDoors at 9 // Show at 1 AM // TicketsThe Revivalists + Vulfpeck @ The OrpheumW/ The Soul RebelsDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // Tickets—————————————————-Sunday, April 24thLettuce + Vulfpeck @ Tipitina’s8 PM // TicketsWorship My Organ @ One Eyed JacksMarco Benevento, Skerik, Robert Walter, Simon Lott, DJ Logic & moreDoors at 8:30 // Show at 9 // TicketsDead Feat @ Howlin’ WolfAnders Osborne, Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett of Little Feat, Jackie Greene, Brady BladeDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // TicketsGeorge Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic @ RepublicW/ New Breed Brass BandDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // Tickets—————————————————-Monday, April 25thNOLA Crawfish Festival @ NOLA Brewing Tap RoomNeville Jacobs (Ivan Neville, Cris Jacobs, Tony Hall & Brady Blade) + Honey Island Swamp Band + Mike Zito & The Wheel + Colin Lake + Johnny Sansone and more3-10 PM // Tickets—————————————————-Tuesday, April 26thNOLA Crawfish Festival @ NOLA Brewing Tap RoomJohn “Papa” Gros Band + Papa Mali & Friends + Billy Iuso & Restless Natives + George Porter Jr. Trio ft. June Yamagishi and more 3-10 PM // TicketsThankful for Amy: An All-Star Tribute to Amy Winehouse / Jazz Is Phish / Turkuaz Tribute to The Band @ Howlin’ WolfAmy Winehouse Tribute: Elise Testone, Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman, Chris Bullock, Cris Jacobs, Raymond Weber, Chris Severin & Nicole ZuraitasTurkuaz Tribute to The BandJazz is Phish: Michael Ray, Chris Bullock, Kevin Moehringer, Anthony Wellington, Josh Thomas, Adam Chase & Matthew ChaseJoe Marcinek Band, Holly Bowling in the denDoors at 10 // Show at 10:30 // Tickets—————————————————-Wednesday, April 27thNOLA Crawfish Festival @ NOLA Brewing Tap RoomThe Crawfish All-Stars (George Porter Jr., Terence Higgins, Dave Malone, Billy Iuso, Anders Osborne) + MVP (Jon Cleary, Nigel Hall, Tony Hall, Raymond Weber, Derwin “Big D” Perkins) and more 3-10 PM // TicketsThe Suwannee Family Affair @ One Eyed JacksThe Return Of Chapter 2 (Eric Krasno, Adam Deitch, Oteil Burbridge & Nigel Hall)W/ The London Souls, DJ Soul Sister 11 PM // TicketsMegalomaniacs Ball 2016 @ Howlin’ WolfDean Ween Group, Mike Dillon’s New Orleans Punk Rock Percussion Consortium, Stanton Moore Trio (ft. Dave Torkanowsky, James Singleton), and The Illuminasti Trio (ft. Mike Dillon, Brian Haas, & James Singleton) Doors at 8 // Show at 9 // TicketsThe James Brown Dance Party @ RepublicFt. members of James Brown Band, Trey Anastasio Band, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Kool & the Gang & moreDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // Tickets—————————————————-Thursday, April 28thEarth Wind & Power: The Nth Power Plays The Music of Earth, Wind & Fire @ One Eyed JacksOteil Burbridge, Kofi Burbridge, Skerik, Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman, James Casey, and Farnell Newton2 AM // TicketsGroundUP All-Stars @ RepublicW/ Michael League, Bob Lanzetti, Nate Werth, Chris Bullock & more TBADoors at 9 // Show at 10 // Tickets—————————————————-Friday, April 29thYoga With Oteil & Kofi Burbridge @ Higher Power2-4 PM // TicketsThe New Mastersounds @ The Joy TheaterPerforming the Music of Allen Toussaint w/ Eric Krasno, Ivan Neville, Jon Cleary, Marc Broussard, & The West Coast Horns2 AM // TicketsThe Last Waltz @ Saenger TheatreWarren Haynes, John Medeski, Don Was, George Porter Jr., Jamey Johnson, Dave Malone, Mark Mullins & Special Guests9 PM // TicketsLos Lobos + Tab Benoit @ RepublicDoors at 8 // Show at 9 // Tickets—————————————————-Saturday, April 30thThe New Mastersounds @ The Joy TheaterPerforming the Music of Allen Toussaint w/ Eric Krasno, Ivan Neville, Jon Cleary, Marc Broussard, & The West Coast Horns2 AM // TicketsVoodoo Dead II @ RepublicSteve Kimock, Jackie Greene, Jeff Chimenti, George Porter Jr., John Morgan Kimock w/ special guest Papa MaliDoors at 1:30 AM // Show at 2 AM // TicketsLil Baby Jesus Peasant Party @ Maple LeafErick “Jesus” Coomes + moreDoors at 2 AM // Show at 3 AM // TicketsBig Freedia (Live Band) + Soul Rebels @ RepublicDoors at 8 // Show at 9 // Tickets—————————————————-Sunday, May 1stMichael Jackson vs. Stevie Wonder @ Howlin’ WolfNigel Hall, Eric “Benny” Bloom, Adam Deitch, Cory Henry, Wil Blades, and Adam Smirnoff18th Annual Zigaboo’s Funk Revue w/ Zigaboo ModelisteSophistafunkDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // TicketsVoodoo Dead II @ RepublicSteve Kimock, Jackie Greene, Jeff Chimenti, George Porter Jr., John Morgan Kimock, Papa Mali, and Cyril NevilleDoors at 9 // Show at 10 // TicketsNOLA Crawfish King’s Jazz Fest Crawfish BashNigel Hall Band + Sonic Bloom7-10 PM // Tickets[Cover photo by Jeffrey Dupuis]last_img read more

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first_imgFemi Solaja in CairoSuper Eagles winger, Samuel Chukwueze, who was voted Man of the Match in the 2-1 win against South Africa last night has said that he is delighted that Nigeria won the match and progressed into the semi final.The FC Villarreal of Spain dashing winger was in Coach Gernot Rohr’s starting line up and scored the opening goal for Nigeria in the 27th minute off an Alex Iwobi pass from the left flank. “I’m delighted to have won with my team (Nigeria). It is great most especially coming at my debut on the big stage for the national team. It doesn’t matter whether I scored or played well, most important thing is winning with the Super Eagles.“We are looking forward to the next match which I know will not be easy for a take,” gushed the Villarreal player at the post match conference inside the Cairo International Stadium last night.Chukwueze has been fans’ favourite here in Egypt based on his exploits in the Spanish Laliga last season but was not considered in Coach Gernot Rohr’s starting line up in previous matches.After the match against Cameroon, the coach said that he refused to be tempted to use Chukwueze because he needed a backup for Ola Aina to counter Cameroon’s Christian Bassogog.However, with result at 1-2 against Nigeria at interval, the coach introduced Chukwueze in the second half and his moves resulted in two quick goals that gave Nigeria a massive 3-2 win to progress to last night’s quarter final clash with the South Africans.But Chukwueze dismissed insinuations that he was not happy not starting in the previous games.“It is not my duty to complain about the coach’s match plan whether I start the game or from the bench what is important is that Nigeria is the biggest winner and that is what our team stands for as we continue to take our matches one after the other.He said he was happy opting to play for the senior national team instead of the Under-20 Flying Eagles.“It was a good decision that I opted out of the FIFA U-20 finals few months ago to take a big shot at the AFCON. I am happy that I took the right decision and moving forward from here is to ensure that I don’t lose focus,” he explained.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Samuel Chukwuezelast_img read more