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“Joseph and the…

Apr 18 - 19, 2015
This family musical classic from Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber chronicles… more

2015 Earth Day…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
The 2015 Earth Day Festival will be hosting Louisiana's first Solar Derby. The… more

Adler’s Jewelry Tea…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
In an afternoon of elegant indulgence, an exclusive trunk show of stunning,… more

Backbeat Jazzfest…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Come join us and listen to live music by Free Agents Brass Band. more

Big Chief Monk…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Come join us for Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & the Golden Eagles plus Special… more

Big Easy Rollergirls…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Come see your Big Easy Rollergirls Allstars take on the Detroit Derby Girls… more

Critter Cinema,…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Join us for  Critter Cinema, sponsored by the Louisiana SPCA.  Great… more

Edgar Degas: The…

Apr 18 - May 24, 2015
Featuring drawings, prints, sculpture, and photographs, all from a single… more

EN MAS’: Carnival and…

Apr 18 - Jun 7, 2015
Curated by Claire Tancons, Krista Thompson, EN MAS': Carnival and Performance… more

ETCHYNPÜFE Group Show…

Apr 18 - May 31, 2015
The Foundation Gallery is excited to host ETCHYNPÜFE, a group show… more

FOUR VOICES at the…

Apr 18 - May 24, 2015
The Garden District Gallery is pleased to present FOUR VOICES featuring… more

Glass Art Exhibit…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
The Tulane/Newcomb College Glass Art exhibition at Longue Vue incorporates a… more

Jim Roche: Cultural…

Apr 18 - Jul 12, 2015
Born in 1943, Jim Roche received a BA from Florida State University (1961)… more

JPAS Presents The…

Apr 18 - 19, 2015
For decades, renowned advice columnist Ann Landers answered countless letters… more

Louisiana Music…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Come and listen to music by Jon Roniger. more

Louisiana Music…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Come and listen to music by Alexander Scott. more

Louisiana Music…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Come and listen to music by Caesar Brothers. more

Louisiana Music…

Apr 18 - 18, 2015
Come and listen to music by Tank & the Bangas. more

M.S. Rau Antiques…

Apr 18 - May 4, 2015
Long established and leading art, antiques and jewelry specialist M.S. Rau… more

Mark Steinmetz: South

Apr 18 - May 10, 2015
Mark Steinmetz lives and works in Athens, Georgia. His work transcends the… more

“Joseph and the…

Apr 18 - 19, 2015
This family musical classic from Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber chronicles… more

WWOZ 90.7 FM Celebrates 31 Years of Broadcasting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact:

Crystal Gross
WWOZ 90.7 FM New Orleans
504-568-1239
http://www.wwoz.org/

WWOZ 90.7 FM CELEBRATES 31 YEARS OF BROADCASTING
Join WWOZ for a Second Line and Birthday Bash featuring Live Local Music!

New Orleans, LA, November 28, 2011 - WWOZ 90.7 FM wwoz.org, New Orleans' own listener supported Jazz & Heritage radio station celebrates 31 years of bringing New Orleans music to the universe on December 3, 2011. WWOZ (‘OZ) invites you to join in a Second Line and Birthday Bash.

On Saturday, December 3, come parade with the ‘OZ family. We'll gather at 11:30am in the neutral ground at Elysian Fields and Decatur in the Faubourg Marigny, kicking off at noon. The procession will be led by the Treme Brass Band, and will also include the Free Agents Brass Band. Grand Marshall is Dancing Man 504.

On the evening of December 3, ‘OZ will throw a Birthday Bash concert at Tipitina's Uptown, where the station got its start in 1980. This year we're throwing down with longtime friend and supporter of 'OZ - Big Sam's Funky Nation. The Stooges Brass Band will kick things off at 10PM. Big Sam hits the stage at 11pm. Tickets are $12 in advance or $14 at the door and are on sale now at Tipitinas.com.

WWOZ's mission is to be the worldwide voice, archive and flag-bearer of New Orleans culture. With nearly 50% of OZ's members residing outside of Louisiana, this little miracle of a radio station is spreading around the globe like wildfire. Whether you listen to 'OZ on air, on our Facebook app, on wwoz.org, on your smartphone, or on your Internet radio device, you know you'll hear the essence of New Orleans.

As much as ‘OZ has grown, the heart and soul of the station remains the same. Volunteer show hosts bring their passion and knowledge of music to the airwaves without commercial interests, allowing for the ultimate New Orleans music experience. WWOZ thanks its volunteers, DJs, members, staff, Board of Directors and all other Guardians of the Groove for another great year of live, local music!

 

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