Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes w/ Special Guest Cr Gruver
Maple Leaf BarDecember 20, 2014 10:30 PM
8316 Oak Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
Get your tix early and save! Early Bird $8 price ends on Dec 13th. After Dec 13th, tickets will cost $10. Johnny Sketch & the Dirty Notes featuring Special Guest CR Gruver (of The New Orleans Suspects) on Keys! Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes rock the house all the time every time! This classically trained New Orleans-based band delivers a smorgasbord of musical genres every time they hit the stage. JSDN defy easy categorization, their irreverent funk is cut with rock riffs, a Gypsy/Klezmer flare, a Latin tinge courtesy of a hard hitting horn section, and a sense of humor. http://www.johnnysketch.com
Combining the street music of its native home of Russia, jug band instrumentation and nods to American pop, Debauche aims to create ramshackle singalongs in both Russian and English. Now based in New Orleans, band members Yegor Romantsov, Eve Kuffner, Jesse Stolzfus, Scott Potts and Vince Schmidt seem to have their tongues planted firmly in their cheeks with covers of songs like Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough." But the accordion, violin, makeshift percussion, polka beats and punky spirit found all over the group's original songs manage to evoke a certain amount of loose and ragged charm.
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New Orleans Bowl: Nevada Wolf Pack vs Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeDecember 20, 2014 10:00 AM
1500 Sugar Bowl Drive
New Orleans, LA 70112
The University of Nevada, Reno is a land grant university based in Reno, Nevada that was founded in 1874. The Wolf Pack are the sports teams that compete on behalf of the university in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I as part of the Mountain West Conference. The school's athletic teams wereoriginallydubbed the Sagebrushers (an ode to Nevada's official state flower), but in 1921 a local Reno sports writerreferredto the university's players as a "pack of wolves" and since then the athletic department has gone by the canine-charged moniker.