Putumayo World Music Hour
Veteran actor (The Wire, Tremé) and New Orleans native Wendell Pierce brings outstanding performances each week from Jazz at Lincoln Center's House of Swing. Each week, Pierce brings the story of jazz through music and the players in their own words.
Features newer acts and a more modern take on music, with indie rock, hip hop, soul, and local artists.
Featuring:Blues with the Midnight Creeper, Saturday 12-5 amBlues in the Night with Jamie Dell'Apa, Sunday 12-3amBlues with Sam Cammarata, Sunday 3-6am
Blues and Rhythm & Blues, featuring:Gentilly Jr. on MondayMissy Bowen on Thursday
WWOZ’s honey-voiced deejay whose eclectic choices of music range from Nancy Wilson singing “Suzanne” to the incomparable Nina Simone wailing “Obeah Woman.”
Cajun and Zydeco with Charles Laborde or Jim Hobbs. Charles Laborde still yearns for Cajun traditions, a passion that leads to his love for Cajun music that's as much about folklore as melody. "The songs I play are the ones that tell a story, tell it...
Overnight jazz, featuring:The Dean's List with Dean Ellis, Monday 12-3am,Mockingbird, Tuesday 12-3amJohnny Ray, Wednesday 12-3amLate Night Jazz with Russell, Thursday 12-3am
The Kitchen Sink featuring:David Kunian on TuesdayA.J. Rodrigue and A.A. on WednesdayBrian McColgan on Thursday
Contemporary jazz, featuring:Joel "Heavy D" Dinerstein on MondayMark LaMaire on TuesdayK. Balewa on WednesdayScott Borne on ThursdayRaymond Kent on Friday
Sean O’Meara's passion for Celtic music can be heard on his show Music in the Glen every Saturday morning. He takes time to prepare a diverse program encompassing the Irish, Scottish, and Celtic traditions.
The internationally, syndicated radio program that comes out weekly, produced in New Orleans at WWOZ 90.7 by radio documentarian, George Ingmire. The program highlights the unique music, food, festivals, and culture of the Crescent City - and...