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Celebrating the Americana Music Triangle

Feature image: Ladies of Unity by Leslie Parr

April 22, 2016 – May 1, 2016

“Make voyages. Attempt them. There’s nothing else.”
– Tennessee Williams (Camino Real)

Sitting in an windowless office in New York City I feel as far as one can be from the uniqueness and diversity of the Americana Music Triangle – but in viewing the submissions, I was often brought right down the Gold Record Road. That’s important. What I hope for those viewing the exhibit, is to feel the historical impact of the people, culture and music of the Triangle, and to go on the same journey I did.

~ Juror, Sacha Lecca

The exhibition will be on view at The Grandstand during the 2016 Jazz and Heritage Festival beginning April 22 and running through May 1, 2016

Jarell and Shamarr Allen Backstage at Tipitinas 2015 by Will Brown
Steppin at the Fest by Judy Cooper
Faubourg Treme 3 by Robert Dutruch
Jacob Jones in the Window by Eliot Kamenitz
Mr Sipp’s 4th July Blues by Donald Maginnis
Wolf by Michael Mastrogiovanni
Thomas, Boss Halls by Robbie McClaran
False-Front Store, Mississippi by Don Norris
HighSteppers by Betty Press
Delta Blues Alley Cafe by Tod Smith
Goldman Thibodeaux, Lawtell, LA by Zack Smith
Robert Belfor by Tyler Vance
Who Dat by Sandra Chen Weinstein
Wade Walton by David Rae Morris
The Pinettes by Owen Murphy
Mound, MS, December 24 by Brandon Thibedoux.
LC Ulmer Greenville, 2013 by Ray Mikell
Dave Rawlings Machine by Frank Hamrick
A traditional jazz funeral in the Treme neighborhood by Joseph Crachiola
Richland, Mississipp by Ashley Gates
Jack Owens in Window by Eyd Kazery
Second Chief Joseph Golden Eagle Mardi Gras Indians by Jerry Moran
Ladies of Unity by Leslie Parr
Old Country Store, Lorman Mississippi, 2009 by David Rodrigue
Screaming Female by Mitchell Soileau