Jamie Dell’Apa

Crescent City Blues on WWOZ

by barry November 21, 2010

Last night Jamie Dell’Apa, a DJ at New Orleans’ WWOZ (and a great friend now), invited me to the studio for a broadcast of Crescent City Blues, the second hour of our series. Jamie knew I was in town working on a series of articles for the online edition of OnEarth Magazine about the Louisiana […]

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“Today’s ‘the invisible men'”

by barry August 5, 2010

We were touched by WWOZ DJ Jamie Dell’Apa’s kind words about Still Singing the Blues, which aired Tuesday night on New Orleans’ community radio station. In his blog, Dell’Apa described listening to the show while driving home from Baltimore. Describing the musicians profiled in the documentary—Carol Fran, Harvey Knox and Little Freddie King—he wrote: Outside […]

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Eskimo boogie in New Orleans

by admin January 17, 2010

If you missed our interview on WWOZ 90.7 FM early this morning, imagine this: Richard’s evocative description of the New Orleans neighborhood bar The Place to Be and Barry’s discussion of honey-voiced R&B musician Tommy Singleton—interspersed with Eskimo Boogie, scenes from Casablanca, a set of Little Freddie King tunes, and host Jamie Dell’Apa‘s gorgeous audio […]

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Our interview with WWOZ

by admin January 14, 2010

On Saturday, we are heading back down to New Orleans and South Louisiana for another round of interviews with blues and R&B musicians. We’ll keep you posted throughout our trip. Also, we will appear live this coming Saturday night/Sunday morning on WWOZ 90.7 FM, New Orleans’ iconic community radio station. We will be discussing our […]

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