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 7051 Bullard Avenue , New Orleans, LA, US, 70128

  • Phone: (504) 244-1414
  • Fax: (504) 240-1414
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Supports Green Practices

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4.5 out of 5 (132 reviews)
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Big Easy Blues Festival: Mel Waiters Sir Charles Jones Pokey Bear Tucka Lenny Williams & Clarence Carter
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The jazz/swing band performs live each Friday night.
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The Headhunters Feat. Mike Clark, Bill Summers & Donald Harrison Jr.
Snug Harbor Jazz BistroFebruary 27, 2015 8:00 PM
626 Frenchmen Street
New Orleans, LA 70116
From the instant funk classic Chameleon" to the rare-groove sound of "God Make Me Funky," the Headhunters have redefined modern funk, world music, and jazz as one of the most innovative groups in history. Following the release of the groundbreaking Head Hunters (1973) the first album to garner gold status in jazz history, the band toured and recorded for several years with legendary pianist Herbie Hancock, releasing the masterpieces Thrust (1974), Flood (1975), and Manchild (1975). In 1976 the Headhunters ventured out on their own recording the classic Survival Of The Fittest (1976), followed by Straight to the Gate (1978), and Return of the Headhunters (1998). In 2004, with original members Mike Clark and Bill Summers with the addition of saxophonist Donald Harrison Jr, the Headhunters maintain the same vitality, creativity, and incredible musical synergy which brought them world fame in the 70s.
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The Headhunters Feat. Mike Clark, Bill Summers & Donald Harrison Jr.
Snug Harbor Jazz BistroFebruary 27, 2015 10:00 PM
626 Frenchmen Street
New Orleans, LA 70116
From the instant funk classic Chameleon" to the rare-groove sound of "God Make Me Funky," the Headhunters have redefined modern funk, world music, and jazz as one of the most innovative groups in history. Following the release of the groundbreaking Head Hunters (1973) the first album to garner gold status in jazz history, the band toured and recorded for several years with legendary pianist Herbie Hancock, releasing the masterpieces Thrust (1974), Flood (1975), and Manchild (1975). In 1976 the Headhunters ventured out on their own recording the classic Survival Of The Fittest (1976), followed by Straight to the Gate (1978), and Return of the Headhunters (1998). In 2004, with original members Mike Clark and Bill Summers with the addition of saxophonist Donald Harrison Jr, the Headhunters maintain the same vitality, creativity, and incredible musical synergy which brought them world fame in the 70s.
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