Joe Marcinek Band, Holly Bowling Added To Amy Winehouse, The Band, Phish Tribute

first_imgOn April 26th, between Jazz Fest weekends in New Orleans, three back to back tribute shows will be taking over the Howlin Wolf for one stacked night of incredible music. First up, Elise Testone will be bringing her all-star Amy Winehouse tribute, Thankful For Amy, along with Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), Chris Bullock (Snarky Puppy), Cris Jacobs (The Bridge), Chris Severin (Allen Toussaint), Raymond Weber, and Nicole Zuraitas. Then, funk army Turkuaz will take the stage to perform a tribute to The Band. Finally, it’ll all wrap up with the NOLA debut of Jazz Is Phish featuring Chris Bullock (Snarky Puppy), Michael Ray (Sun Ra/Kool & The Gang), Anthony Wellington (Victor Wooten Band), Derrick Johnson (Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band), Josh Thomas (With Lions), Adam Chase (Chase Brothers) and Matthew Chase (Chase Brothers).The latest additions to the lineup have been revealed. Joe Marcinek Band and Holly Bowling will perform in The Den, adjacent to the main venue. This edition of Marcinek’s rotating lineup will feature Marty Sammon (Buddy Guy) and Rick King. Previous renditions of JMB have featured members of String Cheese Incident, Snarky Puppy, The Motet, Yonder Mountain String Band, and Lettuce, to name a few. The band plans to jam through songs from the Grateful Dead, Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers, Professor Longhair, Paul Simon, Phish, and more.Bowling never ceases to amaze an audience with her intricate renditions of Phish and other jamband tunes for classical piano. Best known for her recreation of the epic 35 minute-long “Tahoe Tweezer”, she has since branched out to tackle songs from the Disco Biscuits, Grateful Dead and more, even playing with members of Umphrey’s McGee and the Biscuits on Jam Cruise. For her first time playing in NOLA, you can bet she’ll be pulling out all the stops.SHOW INFO:Thankful For Amy: An All-Star Tribute to Amy WinehouseTurkuaz Plays The BandJazz Is PhishIn The Den:Joe Marcinek BandHolly BowlingThe Howlin Wolf4/26/16Doors at 10, Show at 10:30**Tickets**last_img read more

NFL Draft 2019 rumors: Patriots, Packers, Bills all exploring moving up

first_img NFL Draft 2019 rumors: Kyler Murray ‘would be shocked’ if he wasn’t picked No. 1 The Patriots could use a pass rusher and if someone like Montez Sweat falls, he could be their guy.The Packers have two first-round picks including the No. 12 selection. The draft is also full of talented offensive lineman so if a lot go off the board early, the Packers could move up to get the likes of Andre Dillard or even Dalton Risner.Update: The Packers moved up from No. 30 to No. 21 and took defensive back Darnell Savage. Just because the 2019 NFL Draft doesn’t start until 8 p.m. ET doesn’t mean teams aren’t already trying to move around.The Bills, Packers and Patriots have all discussed the possibility of moving up in the draft, according to a report from NFL Network. Who wants to move? Sources say the #Bills have explored possibly moving up in the draft — maybe for a top defensive lineman. Meanwhile, the #Patriots and #Packers (at 30) are teams who could move up in the latter part of the draft for the right player.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 25, 2019Buffalo in particular has a desire to move up as NFL Media has reported the team is trying to get into the top five.​The Bills are hoping to pick up one of the high-quality defensive linemen in this class. If they were to move up into a top five selection, they could bolster its line with talent in Alabama’s Quinnen Williams or pass rushers Nick Bosa and Devin White. Related Newscenter_img As for the Packers and Patriots, it’s unclear who they would want to get with a high selection. NFL Draft 2019: Tom Brady sends future players inspirational messagelast_img read more