Marc Stone presents:

Sunday Blues & Boogie feat. J & The Causeways wsg Kelley Dixson

j&causeways

Nominated New Orleans’ “Best Blues Artist” in the 2018 Best of the Beat Awards, slide guitarist, singer, producer and WWOZ-fm “Soul Serenade” host Marc Stone gathers all of the roots and branches to forge a smoldering, funky style all his own. Whether putting his originals front and center with the Marc Stone Band, exploring the deepest Delta roots with Son House protege John Mooney or celebrating the Creole Funk and Soul legacy with New Orleans’ vocal legend Marilyn Barbarin in the New Soul Finders!, Stone’s distinctive voice and touch set him apart from the pack.

J & The Causeways formed on a hot night at the Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans, La. Jordan Anderson, a New Orleans Singer/Songwriter and Piano player approached Guitarist Evan Hall and Bassist Gavin Murray with an idea of creating a festival sound around the songs he had written. As well as joining forces with Kevin McMann (Sax) and Harry Morter Jr. (Trumpet), the group finally discovered the missing piece in Ezel Smith Jr. (Drums) and began sculpting festival style sound filled with powerhouse lead vocals, stunning guitar/organ/horn melodies, and a wonderfully energetic rhythm section!


Details

  • 8PM–Sunday, September 09
  • Doors at 8PM
  • Free and Open to the Public

Nominated New Orleans’ “Best Blues Artist” in the 2018 Best of the Beat Awards, slide guitarist, singer, producer and WWOZ-fm “Soul Serenade” host Marc Stone gathers all of the roots and branches to forge a smoldering, funky style all his own. Whether putting his originals front and center with the Marc Stone Band, exploring the deepest Delta roots with Son House protege John Mooney or celebrating the Creole Funk and Soul legacy with New Orleans’ vocal legend Marilyn Barbarin in the New Soul Finders!, Stone’s distinctive voice and touch set him apart from the pack.

J & The Causeways formed on a hot night at the Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans, La. Jordan Anderson, a New Orleans Singer/Songwriter and Piano player approached Guitarist Evan Hall and Bassist Gavin Murray with an idea of creating a festival sound around the songs he had written. As well as joining forces with Kevin McMann (Sax) and Harry Morter Jr. (Trumpet), the group finally discovered the missing piece in Ezel Smith Jr. (Drums) and began sculpting festival style sound filled with powerhouse lead vocals, stunning guitar/organ/horn melodies, and a wonderfully energetic rhythm section!

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