Tag Archives: Dr. John

Dr. John’s Acoustic Concert Dusted Off For Airing

October 20, 2023

Mac Rebennack knew how to be flamboyant when he turned into Dr. John, The Night Tripper, and spread his feathers and his hoodoo around the world, with a full band to bolster such exuberance; yet the legendary artist felt as … Continue reading

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Dr. John’s Swiss Trips Get Rounded Up

May 28, 2023

It’s almost impossible to believe that four years have passed since Dr. John left this world just because Mac Rebennack seemed to be immortal, yet legacy lives on, and every time one hears “Iko Iko” – no matter who’s singing … Continue reading

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LEON REDBONE – Christmas Island

November 2, 2019

August 1988 / Moosicus 2019 Humorous crooner taps in the spirit of Yuletide, with the Night Tipper chipping in. Retro had always been Redbone’s schtick, since before Dylan’s remark brought the singer into public focus until his very last day … Continue reading

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Johnny Winter reported dead on the verge of his new release

July 17, 2014

Johnny Winter passed away yesterday, aged 70. One of the greatest blues guitarists, his influence is immense and a mere indication of that will be the veteran’s latest album, scheduled for release on September 2nd. “Step Back” sees Johnny revisiting classic … Continue reading

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Dr. John honors Satchmo – in good company

July 11, 2014

No matter how tripping Mac Rebennack was at any stage of his golden-splintered career, jazz has always laid in the heart of Dr. John‘s oeuvre, which is only logical for a New Orleans-born musician. The Big Easy is also Louis Armstrong‘s birthplace, and again, it’s not surprising that … Continue reading

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