New Orleans as a Various Music Post

New Orleans as a Various Music Post

New Orleans is a large city in the U.S. and is a unique city. Famous for its culinary and architecture, but the tremendous one is its music. Right here you can hear the music played everywhere. From the street music, until the highest class at the hall.

Right here, the genre music of jazz started and developed. The origin of this music comes from African American community. They used to play jazz with the brass (the most of it is saxophone). This music always filled with improvisation. Further, it gets influences from blues, ragtime, and some kind of dance music with the set of four. Below are some tips about where you can hear the music well in New Orleans

Preservation Hall is a must. This old building has been set to be the jazz venue like forever. With its faded paint and some broken roof side, they still hold the tremendous quality of the music. If you decide to hear the play, remember to be there one hour before the show. The place often be overcrowded, so don't wear high heels just in case you have to stand during the show. New Orleans' Preservation Hall (in photo) was established in 1961 to honor one of America's truest art forms – Traditional New Orleans Jazz. Operating as a music venue, a touring band, and a non-profit organization, Preservation Hall continues its mission today as a cornerstone of New Orleans music and culture. Situated in the heart of the French Quarter on St. Peter Street, the Preservation Hall venue presents intimate, acoustic New Orleans Jazz concerts over 350 nights a year featuring ensembles from a current collective of 100+ local master practitioners. On any given night, audiences bear joyful witness to the evolution of this venerable and living tradition.

Snug Harbour always to be another option. Located on Frenchmen Street, serves live music by Charmand Neville Band. Right here you can fixate the stage clearly and comfortably from your seat, and their live music performance is one of the best. The foods are also good. Across the Snug Harbour, there's a Spotted Cat. No seat, no dinner, all you want to do is dancing at this place. The jazz lovers assemble here.

Buffa's Bar. Another venue of jazz music. You can be more relax over here, sitting and eating your brunch on Sunday. You should not wear dresses to visit this place, just get in there and enjoy the music.

Besides the jazz, there's also Brass music. It's a different type of jazz, with not too much improvisation and fitted more to dance with. Some band who play this genre still inspired by the traditional music played by marching band in the 19th century, while the others have to blend it with R&B and some modern jazz. Sometimes they just mix it up and played it jumpy. Watching Brass bands performance should be added to the list when visiting New Orleans.

Most of the brass bands have their home bars to play their music into. You can watch Rebirth on Tuesday while they're not on tour. They will be played at Maple Leaf. Or you can choose to watch The Soul Rebels, which fuse hip-hop on their music at Le Bon Temps Roule every Thursday. Or you can go to Club Soul where Treme Brass band has a live performance. They are one of the classic current brass. But if you want to hear the real music of brass genre, you should go on Sunday to Second Line. One thing to remember, they won't play on June until September.

Except those genres of music mentioned above, New Orleans also home for Punk and Metal genres. If you want to hear some, you can go to Siberia. This little venue plays all kind of music New Orleans have a good quality, too. St Claude Avenue is the same, located in FaubourgMarigny neighborhood. Or you may want to visit The AllWays Lounge to have different sight and different atmosphere there.