NolaVie Presents : Music

A selection of content by New Orleans musicians, and other features by and about the New Orleans music community.

Virtual gallery: Jesse Marchant and Bishop Allen at The BEATnik

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Last Thursday, indie rock band Bishop Allen and folk rock singer Jesse Marchant delivered varied, yet mutually confident performances at the new and hip Central City music club, The BEATnik. Prior to Bishop Allen’s recent album release, Lights Out, the ... Read More »

Virtual gallery: Brewsiana

The Wooden Wings at Brewsiana

Last Saturday, The House of Blues hosted their Brewsiana festival, an evening of craft beer, gastro-pub food pairings from HOB restaurant Crossroads and live music. The beer selection included 21 rare and seasonal varieties from 8 local Breweries including ... Read More »


The BEATnik

This is the third in a series spotlighting some of the best places to hear live music around the city. Name: The BEATnik Location: Central City (1638 Clio St.) Genres: Indie rock, acoustic, alt-country, punk, blues Crowd: All ... Read More »

Cardinal Sons shout it from the mountain

Cardinal Sons

Over the last year, the trio of brothers that comprise Cardinal Sons have made a name for themselves in a city that sometimes feels overcrowded with great bands.  From packed shows at Gasa Gasa to a triumphant set ... Read More »

AUDIO: The Pick: Big History's music mixtape

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You love a band and you love their music, but don't you wish you could know the music the band loves? Hey, ya. "The Pick" is NolaVie's new guest music mixtape series, in which local bands and musicians share their ... Read More »

Stayin' classy and brassy in Las Vegas


It’s safe to say Las Vegas and New Orleans share a common propensity for booze-soaked debauchery. The sinful cities have all the prerequisites for the classic American lost weekend: drinks, gambling, great food, and strippers. But one area ... Read More »

White Light After Dark keeps the party going


You know you’ve been around for a long time when you remember when a grand and upscale annual fete was just a rowdy and upstart street festival. White Linen Night turns 20 this year – that’s right, two ... Read More »

VIDEO: “The New Americana Movement in New Orleans”

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In a city known worldwide for its Jazz, New Orleans also boasts roots in country music, which has become evident as the popularity for so-called Americana music, a country sub-genre, grows. “[Americana] is a new coined genre," explains ... Read More »

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