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d.b.a. New Orleans GQ Magazine April 2016
In the April 2016 edition of GQ magazine, the top six party-cation destinations are listed and of course New Orleans is in the upper tier of that list at number two, followed by Miami at number 1, (2 totally different and unique experiences, perhaps there should be two number 1's). So where does GQ tell you to start for your festivities in New Orleans? d.b.a. on Frenchmen Street OF COURSE , which is so aptly described by writer Brett Anderson as "An anchor of the Frenchmen Street music scene. The clubs jazz and soul set start early and pair well with all the craft beers from around these parts". And as far as music if you're lucky you'll get to see Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and the Golden Eagle Mardi Gras Indians in one of my images above the article. No Worries though, if you miss Monk there's an endless string of the best local talent playing at the club nightly Including Walter Wolfman Washington, Glen David Andrews, George Porter Jr., Papa Mali, The Treme brass band, Luke Winslow King, Little Freddie King and many many more..... Happy Jazz Fest to all!!;-)
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