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Audio: Trombone Shorty, “Dirty Water”

To my fellow believers in the unwavering powers of love, the dexterous Trombone Shorty has released a special gift for us all. His new song, “Dirty Water” is a single taken from his upcoming project Parking Lot Symphony, an album he’s claimed as “a life record about prevailing no matter what type of roadblock is in front of you.” Inserting a…

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Trombone Shorty Announces New Album and Tour Dates with “Here Come The Girls” Single Release

Prepare to dive right into brassy bliss oblivion because Trombone Shorty has announced his Blue Note Records debut album. Parking Lot Symphony is set for an April 28th release and is available for preorder now. The 12-track “tour de force” was produced by Chris Seefried and contains ten original new jams and two covers. News…

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Janelle Monáe, Trombone Shorty & DJ Soul Sister to Speak at Saint Heron’s Artist Talk Series At Jazz Fest

Saint Heron is officially taking on New Orleans’ Jazz Fest in an entirely new fashion with two weekends of nonstop vibes, including our “Roll Back, Say That” artist talks and “PROCLOMATION!” series. This weekend we will hold artist talks with Wondaland Records CEO and the incredibly talented Janelle Monáe on Friday April 22nd and New…

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D∆WN Dazzles in Black-and-White Visual for “LA”

D∆WN is captivating in her latest visual for “LA,” which explores her relationship with both Los Angeles and her hometown of Louisiana. Always one to serve artistic slayage, the black-and-white clips finds D∆WN in her element. Dancing and performing through out the City of Dreams, she hits major landmarks like the Walt Disney Concert Hall to the…

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Saint Heron’s Greatest Moments of 2016

It was another outstanding year for Saint Heron from dancing our woes away with fellow PROCLAMATION! attendees to our phenomenal artist talks to many special events. So as 2016 comes to a close, we wanted to share some of our favorite moments from the year with the people who helped make it all possible: you,…

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D∆WN’s Redemption LP Is A Bold, High Energy Liberation Soundtrack

After the deeply personal “Vines” explained D∆WN‘s yearning to be freed from the ideas that kept her boxed in, we’ve finally been graced with the remainder of her Redemption LP that travels the same road. While the album maintains D∆WN’s flawless ability to intermix R&B with spacey electronica production, she further exposes her own challenges…

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D∆WN Announces ‘Redemption’ Album With “Renegades” Release

Just four months ago, “Serpentine Fire” gave us all the house-inspired intoxication we could ask for. Now, it’s time to get your dancing shoes back on as D∆WN returns with “Renegades.” The electo-pop goddess dropped the high-energy cut along with the news that her third studio album Redemption is on its way. The album is…

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The Obamas To Host International Jazz Day At The White House

In partnership with the Thelonius Monk Institute, our favorite first couple President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host International Jazz Day at the White House on April 29th. The concert, which will be televised on ABC on April 30th, will feature performances from some of music’s most talented, including Herbie Hancock, Sting,…

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New Orleans Street Art Exhibit Closes

A transformative energy permeated throughout New Orleans’ Algiers community this Martin Luther King Day as spectators soaked in the final day of ExhibitBE, a community-centered art project at the abandoned De Gaulle Apartment Complex. Brandon “B Mike” Odom is the brainchild behind the exhibit, which first welcomed visitors in November. With the help of artists…

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