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|Louisiana Music Artist Directory: N'Awlins Johnnys to Michael Juan Nunez|
N'Awlins Johnnys NOLA 4-piece band draws inspiration from many aspects of the cultural landscape of Louisiana music|
The Naked Orchestra avant-garde jazz ensemble founded by Jonathan Freilich
Kevin Naquin award winning accordionist and vocalist from Scott, LA
Nathan & the Zydeco Cha-Chas zydeco group led by accordionist Nathan Williams; Nathan's son leads Li'l Nathan and the Zydeco Big Timers
Jackie Neal talented vocalist from the Neal family (Kenny's sis; daughter of the late Raful Neal); Jackie was tragically murdered in Baton Rouse in March, 2005
Kenny Neal noted Baton Rouge bluesman is the son of late blues great Raful Neal.
Raful Neal noted Baton Rouge bluesman and patriarch of the Neal blues clan; also check out the Hoodoo Kings, which features Raful Neal with Eddie Bo and Tabby Thomas; Raful passed away in 2004 at age 68
Neslort jazz fusion group led by trombonist Rick Trolsen
The Neville Brothers New Orleans "First Family of Funk"
Aaron Neville soulful vocalist has won Grammy's with The Neville Brothers, Linda Ronstadt and Trisha Yearwood; also won an NAACP Image Award for his Gospel single, "Mary Don't You Weep"; gained national fame in 1966 with his #1 R&B hit, "Tell It Like It Is".
Art Neville keyboardist w/ the Neville Brothers was a founding member of The Meters; Art was with The Hawkettes on their 1954 Carnival classic, "Mardi Gras Mambo"
Charles Neville sax playing brother's side projects have included Charles Neville & Diversity.
Charmaine Neville noted R&B / jazz vocalist is the daughter of Charles Neville.
Cyril Neville youngest of the Neville Brothers; side projects include The Uptown All-Stars (founded by the late Gerald Tillman); Cyril relocated to Austin, TX after Katrina, where he formed new band Tribe 13
Ivan Neville Aaron's son, solo artist, and in-demand session player has toured and recorded with Keith Richards, Bonnie Raitt, and many others; when he's not in the studio, Ivan tours with the Neville Brothers and leads his own retro NOLA funk band, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk (which also features Ian Neville - Art's son - on guitar); Ivan is featured on the 2006 New Orleans Social Club release, "Sing Me Back Home".
New Birth Brass Band new wave New Orleans brass band led by Tanio Hingle.
New Leviathan Oriental Foxtrot Orchestra popular ragtime / revival ensemble.
New Orleans Jazz Orchestra jazz emsemble led by trumpeter Irvin Mayfield won a Grammy in 2010 for their album "Book One"
New Orleans Jazz Vipers award-winning swing band's repertoire includes the classics plus obscure treasures
New Orleans Klezmer Allstars
New Orleans Nightcrawlers funkified New Orleans brass band
New Orleans Owls early New Orleans jazz band of the 1920's; members included Nappy Lamare, Pinky Vidacovich and Frank Netto
New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra trad jazz group founded by Lars Edegren has featured Lionel Ferbos, Frank Fields, Richard Payne, John Robichaux, and others
New Orleans Rhythm Kings trad jazz group first recorded in 1922; band included Paul Mares, George Brunies, Chink Martin and Leon Ropollo
New Orleans Social Club collective of displaced New Orleans music legends got together in Austin, TX after Hurricane Katrina to record "Sing Me Back Home", 13 new tracks featuring members of The Meters and Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Irma Thomas, Marcia Ball, Monk Boudreaux, Willie Tee, The Subdudes, John Boutte and Trombone Shorty
Albert Nicholas famed New Orleans-born clarinetist (1900-1973) worked with Buddy Petit, King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong and many others
Leo Nocentelli funky guitarist was a founding member of The Meters
Jimmie Noone (1895-1944) legenary clarinetist worked with Kid Ory, Freddie Keppard and King Oliver before forming his own band
Alecia Nugent acclaimed bluegrass vocalist from Hickory Grove, LA released her self-titled debut album in 2004; 2nd release issued in 2006
Michael Juan Nunez noted Lafayette, LA guitarist (with The Riverbabys and others)