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Louisiana Music Artist Directory: 007 to 6 Pack Deep
007 New Orleans ska band featuring Alex McMurray, Jonathan Freilich, Joe Cabral and Jeffrey Clemens.

  • 007 web site at myspace
  • 007 CDs and audio clips (Louisiana Music Factory)

12 Stones rock band from Mandeville, LA; 12 Stones frontman Paul McCoy won a Grammy for his contribution to the Evanescence single, "Bring Me To Life".

101 Runners modern funk meets Mardi Gras Indian music; band features Monk Boudreaux, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts, "Mean" Willie Green, Kirk Joseph, and many more NOLA all-stars

3for5 defunct Lafayette, LA based blues & Southern rock band; singer Jason Joubert now based in Austin, TX

3 Now 4 jazz quartet featured Jim Singleton (bass), Dave Easley (pedal steel), Tim Green (sax), Johnny Vidacovich (drums) and Charlie Miller (trumpet).

  • 3 Now 4 CDs and audio clips (LA Music Factory)

3rd Echo New Orleans power pop trio reformed as a quartet after hiatus due to Hurricane Katrina

30 Seconds to Mars popular rock band (with more than 3.5 million albums sold) formed in Los Angeles in 1998 by Bossier City, LA natives & brothers Jared Leto and Shannon Leto.

4 Mag Nitrous metal / southern / hard rock band from the swamps of Louisiana

5th Ward Weebie rapper from New Orleans (real name Jerome Cosey)

504 Boyz "supergroup" from No Limit Records featured Master P and other No Limit souljas

  • 504 Boyz CDs, MP3s, audio clips (

54th Platoon New Orleans rap quartet comprised of J.S., Big Nut, T.L., and Nu Black

6 Pack Deep Baton Rouge band plays a horn-driven mix of rock, ska, punk, reggae, and rap welcomes submissions from the public. Please contact us if you have a resource or web site to add, a correction to an existing listing, or if you encounter a broken link. If you are adding a link, please provide the URL and a brief description of the resource or music artist. Send requests & comments to editor (at) Be sure to visit us at Myspace & Facebook.

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