Music Of Treme News Roundup – May 20, 2010

The significant other and I headed over to Cafe Reconcile today for lunch. If you are ever in the New Orleans area you need to do lunch, it is great food and helps a worthy cause. I had the White Beans and Shrimp, Mary had the Smothered Chicken, shared Blueberry Cobbler.  Meant to take pics but I was…uhhh…. hungry.

  • More on writer Tom Piazza and his work (Watching Treme)
  • Dr. John coming out with a new album in August, called Tribal (MVRemix Rock) with help from Allen Toussaint, Derek Trucks, Donald Harrison and the late Bobby Charles
  • “Is Rock and Roll Becoming Jazz?” (DJTrudeau )
  • If you live in NOLA, they are showing “Faubourg Treme: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans” on Sunday at the Museum of Art (NOLA.com)
  • From our neighbors to the North (Vancouver Voice)
  • Treme-Jazz has stories on the soundtrack, Khandi Alexander and how Gambit redid a cover for the show.
  • HBO’s TREME presents…Open for One Night Only: “FRANK’S PLACE” (Eventbrite) Might have to put this on my agenda.
  • Back of Town got the attention of Eric Overmyer and I guess he reads my blog also… Sweet.

I ran across this a couple of nights ago and though it is not New Orleans music, Etta James and Dr. John with “I’d Rather Go Blind”.