Artists in the French Quarter

Al "Carnival Time" Johnson
Alvin Johnson, Sr., best known for his famous song, "Carnival Time," has been a New Orleans Mardi Gras icon for over 40 years. A Rhythm & Blues...
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Alanna Royale
Alanna Royale combines the best elements of rock, pop, funk and soul, all executed by their fearless leader and sensual vocalist, Alanna...
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1032 Chartres St | New Orleans
Alex Harrell
Chef Alex Harrell brings a fresh, refined approach on Southern cuisine to the French Quarter. Inspired by Northern Mediterranean cuisines, Angeline...
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Alex McMurray
Alex McMurray has been writing songs, playing guitar and singing in New Orleans since the late Eighties. Along the way he has washed dishes, dug...
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Art Egg Studios, 1001 S Broad St | New Orleans
Alex Podesta
Alex Podesta was born in Central North Carolina and later moved to South Eastern Virginia. As a teenager he attended the Governor’s Magnet School...
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Alexis & the Samurai
Alexis & the Samurai, a 2-man trio. Alexis Marceaux - Vocals, Guitar, Aux Percussion Sam Craft - Violin, Percussion, Guitar, Keyboard,...
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Allen Toussaint
New Orleans musicians laid the cornerstone for a large swath of American music, and Allen Toussaint is among the city’s most gifted players. As a...
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Alliance Française de New Orleans1519 Jackson Ave. | New Orleans
Alliance Française de New Orleans
The mission of the Alliance Franaise is to increase understanding of the French language, literature, history and culture among people in the United...
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Alon Shaya
Shaya is an innovative restaurant with a warm and welcoming approach to the dining culture inspired by Chef Alon Shaya's Israeli upbringing. Chef...
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Amanda Shaw
At 24 years old, fiddle player and singer, Amanda Shaw is part of the new breed of young, roots-based musicians (i.e., Lumineers, Mumford, Ed Sharp,...
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