Wesley grew up in coastal Georgia and is a former resident of the entertainment hotbeds of Nashville & Los Angeles. After 18 months out west, he returned to NOLA where he currently practices entertainment law, serves as music editor for NolaVie and contributes periodically to Live Music Blog, Relix magazine and Consequence of Sound. You can follow him on Instagram (instagram.com/marsbonfire), Twitter (twitter.com/brahbrahbrah) and in person at local music venues around town.
"I am really thrilled about this years holiday shows! Gracing the stage this weekend will be some of my all time favorite artists. Merry Christmas everyone! Please join us for another memorable holiday spectacular!" - Anders Osborne As ... Read More »
These days, Prince's festival appearances are few and far between. To say the least, The Purple One is notorious for marching to the beat of a different drummer as a showman, guitarist and business man and therefore it ... Read More »
WHO: Tryptophunk - George Porter Jr. (Meters, 7 Walkers, Runnin' Pardners, world ambassador of funk), John "Papa" Gros (Papa Grows Funk), Brian Stoltz (funky Meters), Mark Mullins (Bonerama), Terrence Houston (Runnin' Pardners), Craig Klein (Bonerama) and Special Guests ... Read More »
Widespread Panic renewed an old tradition Thursday night by returning to their old stomping grounds in New Orleans for yet another Halloween night show at UNO’s Lakefront Arena. The show featured eight songs the band had never played ... Read More »
With a new location within City Park and yet another unique lineup to boast (in keeping with the festival's always veritable and bizarro break-from-a-growing-monotony-of-major-festival-lineups), this year's Voodoo Experience once again diverges from the norm to bring together a ... Read More »
Legendary Americana roots rocker Steve Earle returned to New Orleans on Wednesday night for a lengthy set at the newly-reopened Civic Theatre - a welcome and impressive addition to the Big Easy's collection of new venue offerings (also ... Read More »
Summary The 44th Annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival drew sizeable crowds this year, despite the rain that kept less ardent fans away. Featuring music, food, crafts, and culture, Jazz Fest falls on the last weekend of ... Read More »