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News: Festival

Jacksonville Jazz Festival Line-up

The City of Jacksonville is proud to announce an exciting lineup of performances for the 2011 Jacksonville Jazz Festival scheduled for Thursday, May 26 through Sunday, May 29. All festival performances and elements are free and open to the public unless otherwise listed. This year's festival will continue the tradition of jazz in Jacksonville with a ...

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News: Recording

Garage A Trois Announce New Album & Tour Dates

On April 12, Garage A Trois will release Always Be Happy, But Stay Evil via Royal Potato Family. Aptly described by photographer John Margaretten as “a transformative, punkalectic, pornographic seizure of sight and sound," the modern day post rock/freak jazz supergroup will support the album with west and east coast tour dates in April and May. ...

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Life Is A Carnival

Label: Metro Blue
Released: 1999
Track listing: Pock-A-Nae; Coochie Molly; Who Knows; Life Is A Carnival; Party; Old Time Indian; All On A Mardi Gras Day; Shanda Handa; Cowboys & Indians; Black Hawk; Pocket Change; Herc-Jolly-John; Battlefield; Hang Tough; Tootie Ma; Peacepipe.Collective

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Article: Album Review

The Wild Magnolias: Life Is A Carnival

Read "Life Is A Carnival" reviewed by Jim Santella


Mardi Gras is party time for New Orleans. The Wild Magnolias sing a popular form of rock music with ties to jazz and blues. Dr. John guests on four tracks to lend solid piano accompaniment for lead singer Big Chief Bo Dollis. Although the Mardi Gras “Indians" don ornate Native American costumes, they’re not Native American ...


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