Dig into the musical history of New Orleans with this 2-hour music and heritage tour. Listen to songs and the stories behind them as you learn more about the immortals of blues, jazz, gospel, and rock n'roll that have been a part of this city. Hear about Louis Armstrong, James Booker, Fats Domino, The Meters, Allen Toussaint, Professor Longhair, Buddy Bolden, Mahalia Jackson, and many others who are part of 300 years of musical heritage.
Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions Vol. 3Zeitreise durch die Geschichte von Gospel, R&B, Blues, Jazz, Soul und FunkQuartett um New Yorker Sängerin Michelle David überzeugt mit mitreißendemneuem Album ? erstmals live in Deutschland zu erleben!Auf seiner Reise durch die Entstehungsgeschichte musikalischer Genres wie Gospel,Rhythm & Blues, Soul hat das Quartett um Wahnsinns-Stimme Michelle David bereits mit ?Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions Vol. 1 & 2? zwei vielbeachtete Alben veröffentlicht, die die Zuhörer*innen auf eine musikalische Zeitreise mitnehmen ? und auf die Reise einer Band, die mittels ihrer Inspirationen zumnehmend zu einer eigenen Stimme findet.Auf ihrem dritten Werk ?Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions Vol. 3? präsentieren Michelle David und ihre Mitstreiter sich als ausgreifte Einheit, die ihren mitreißenden und urwüchsigen Sound gekonnt um die Elemente Funk, Jazz und Afrobeat erweitert.
Es ist schlichtweg unmöglich die Neville Brothers in eine Stil-Schublade zu stecken. Die legendären Brüder Aaron, Arthur, Charles und Cyril verfügen über ein Repertoire von Gospel, Blues und Jazz...
A two-hour guided walking tour through the French Quarter, across Rampart Street and into Louis Armstrong Jazz Park to a place called Congo Square where American music was born. With every story your music tour guide will play a snippet of music related to the story, mostly original recordings.The Music Gumbo tour tells a surprising 300-year history of New Orleans’ birthing of jazz, nurturing of rhythm ‘n’ blues and the hits from America first rock ‘n’ roll recording studio. The music that made that Gumbo reaches back a century and a half earlier to 1750s French colonists granting slaves freedom on Sundays. 18th, 19th and 20th – opera, gospel and songs sung by bawdy sailors in saloons near the Mississippi River docks. The most amazing story is that it all happened in the French Quarter and surrounding neighborhoods.
Sit in comfort while being transported back in time to Harlem's multicultural history on the way to historical Harlem sites. Immerse yourself in a gospel choir concert to feel the true Harlem experience.Long known for its intimate jazz clubs, soul food institutions and African-American heritage, Harlem draws a diverse crowd of locals and visitors. Trendy eateries, stylish clubs and hip bars make for an energetic nightlife scene. The area features a mix of 19th-century brownstones and modern high-rises. Its main artery, 125th Street, is home to the iconic Apollo Theater, as well as chain stores and restaurants.✔ Sit in comfort while learning about the multicultural history of Harlem.✔ Visit famous landmarks such as the Apollo Theatre, Schomburg Center, and the oldest mansions in NYC.✔ Revel in the uplifting spirit of the ARC Gospel Choir at their mid-week concert.✔ Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts.
Our two-hour musical comedy productions will have you laughing, singing, and tapping your toes to the melodies of well-known songs from the past as well as current hits. A variety of styles are included from pop and rock and roll to Broadway, Jazz, Gospel. We have year-round entertainment for all ages at the Savannah Theatre. Having opened its doors on December 4, 1818, this theatre is one of the oldest in America still operating on its original site. Located in the heart of Savannah's historic district, it has been restored in the classic 1940's Art Deco style providing an intimate and comfortable experience.