Tom Leggett Band

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Tom Leggett Band has emerged as one of the hardest working up-and-coming roots rock & blues acts in New Orleans. Led by guitarist, singer & songwriter Tom Leggett, the group presents a cast of some of New Orleans’ finest musicians to headline clubs in the Crescent City, the Southeast and beyond. In 2013, after nearly two decades of performances as a New Orleans artist, Leggett assembled his own band with the independent release of the band’s first recording, "Spinnin’ My Wheels." The self-produced album features 10 original songs with influences from roots rock, blues, reggae and outlaw.

In May 2017, the band released "Jewel In My Crown," a sophomore effort with a more polished and fully realized sound, featuring 10 new original songs performed by an all-star band including Terrence Houston, Michael "Mikey B3" Burkart, Tom Worrell, Rik Fletcher, Pete Bradish, Scott Jackson, Leon "Kid Chocolate" Brown, James Martin, Terrance Tapin, Jimmy Sweetwater, Jerome Harris, and Derek Eidson.


Details

  • 9PM–Thursday, September 06
  • Doors at 9PM
  • Free with RSVP

Tom Leggett Band has emerged as one of the hardest working up-and-coming roots rock & blues acts in New Orleans. Led by guitarist, singer & songwriter Tom Leggett, the group presents a cast of some of New Orleans’ finest musicians to headline clubs in the Crescent City, the Southeast and beyond. In 2013, after nearly two decades of performances as a New Orleans artist, Leggett assembled his own band with the independent release of the band’s first recording, "Spinnin’ My Wheels." The self-produced album features 10 original songs with influences from roots rock, blues, reggae and outlaw.

In May 2017, the band released "Jewel In My Crown," a sophomore effort with a more polished and fully realized sound, featuring 10 new original songs performed by an all-star band including Terrence Houston, Michael "Mikey B3" Burkart, Tom Worrell, Rik Fletcher, Pete Bradish, Scott Jackson, Leon "Kid Chocolate" Brown, James Martin, Terrance Tapin, Jimmy Sweetwater, Jerome Harris, and Derek Eidson.

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