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May 06, 2010



We saw Aaron Neville here in a small venue last fall. Amazing.
You do neato things, Mr. Tamburello.


And another of the neato things I'd love to do is witness one of your plays...it's on my list!


Such enthusiasm! Needs to be on everyone's "bucket list". I'll bet many people would love to attend a future festival --- how about leading a field trip? Looking to sign up, Babs


Here's a good link to pick out a festival. Have bag, will travel!


Barbara, what a grand idea. Everyone gets a program guide, highlights the musicians he/she want to hear, and heads for the correct stage. Dancing optional but recommended. Late lunch back at the Pecan Catfish concession and meet at the Gentilly Gate at 7 pm or so and head for Snug Harbor in Faubourg Marigney on Frenchman Street, not far from the French Quarter.


The Threadheads have a name for everything NOLA-related, including that ear-to-ear grin you referred to that we all have while at JazzFest: it's called a Permagrin! Check out the message board under the Forum tab at the JazzFest website www.nojazzfest.com

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