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Television Appearances - August 2003

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Friday - August 1, 2003
9:05 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes original documentary takes a poignant look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 3:45 pm and 12:35 am)
10:00 am Starz! Great Balls of Fire! (1989) bio of rock & roller Jerry Lee Lewis stars Dennis Quaid as "The Killer"; cast also includes Tav Falco, John Doe, Mojo Nixon and Jimmie Vaughan
3:00 pm BET Rap City: Tha Bassment Cash Money Records rap duo Boo & Gotti
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Theresa Andersson, Soul Remedy, New Orleans Jazz Vipers and Misty Moon (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
8:00 pm WLAE 32 Louisiana Legends Gus Weill interviews Cajun musician and composer Zachary Richard (rerun)

Saturday - August 2, 2003
11:00 am WGN Soul Train with guests Dru Hill, Lil' Romeo, and Needa-S (rerun from 02/15/03; check local listings)
6:00 pm A&E City Confidential - "Baton Rouge: Scandal on the Bayou" when an escort service owner went on trial on prostitution charges, she hoped that her well-connected clients would pull strings to keep her out of prison; but when she was convicted, there were fears that she would finally blow the whistle on the high and mighty and turn over her client list; then, she was found dead in her jail cell; though officially ruled a suicide, many thought it was murder; includes interviews with chef John Folse, blues man Tabby Thomas, and others (rerun)
8:35 pm SHO Crossroads (2002) pop music idol Britney Spears makes her acting debut as shy, smart class valedictorian Lucy, who reunites after high school graduation with her childhood best friends Kit (Zoe Saldana) and Mimi (Taryn Manning) to unearth a long-buried time capsule

Tuesday - August 5, 2003
5:00 am Bravo Popular Song: Soundtrack of the Century (Part 1 of 8) Part 1 looks at the early years of the American musical theatre, tracing the process by which music rooted in Jewish and African-American traditions melded into the soundtrack that guided Americans through the Great Depression; w/ comments from Wynton Marsalis and others (repeats at 4:00 am Wednesday morning)
7:05 am Starz! Great Balls of Fire! (1989) bio of rock & roller Jerry Lee Lewis stars Dennis Quaid as "The Killer"; cast also includes Tav Falco, John Doe, Mojo Nixon and Jimmie Vaughan
11:00 am BET Jazz Satchmo (1990) bio of jazz legend Louis Armstrong w/ many rare performance clips; includes interviews with Wynton Marsalis, Dexter Gordon, Dave Brubeck, Doc Cheatham and more (repeats at 7:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
7:00 pm BET Hot Boyz (1999) crime drama from No Limit Films stars Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Snoop Dogg, Mystikal, Mia X and Mac; written and directed by Master P
8:00 pm SHO Crossroads (2002) pop music idol Britney Spears makes her acting debut as shy, smart class valedictorian Lucy, who reunites after high school graduation with her childhood best friends Kit (Zoe Saldana) and Mimi (Taryn Manning) to unearth a long-buried time capsule

Wednesday - August 6, 2003
12:30 pm VH1 The Fabulous Life: Britney Spears series on the lifestyles of the rich and famous; episode features pop star Britney Spears (rerun)

Thursday - August 7, 2003
10:20 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes original documentary takes a poignant look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 5:30 pm and 12:00 am)
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "#3: All Jazz is Modern" spotlights performances by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in Manila, and offers insight into the present day relevance of jazz music; Wynton Marsalis explains why all jazz is indeed modern while deeply rooted in tradition; LCJO performers include Herlin Riley and Victor Goines (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
11:30 pm WYES 12 Steppin' Out: Spotlight On New Orleans Music (#104) features jazz notables Paul and Joe Mares; trumpeter Paul played for the New Orleans Rhythm Kings; Joseph Mare's Southland Record label showcased many New Orleans jazz musicians

Friday - August 8, 2003
6:30 pm BET Mo' Better Blues (1990) Spike Lee's backstage look at a self-centered jazz trumpeter who manages to keep everyone at arm's length; stars Wesley Snipes, Denzel Washington, John Turturro, Samuel L. Jackson; w/cameos by Ruben Blades, Flavor Flav, Abbey Lincoln, Jeff "Tain" Watts and Branford Marsalis, who also performs on the soundtrack
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Dingo 8, Kelly's Love Jones and New Orleans Nightcrawlers (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - August 9, 2003
6:20 am TMC Great Balls of Fire! (1989) bio of rock & roller Jerry Lee Lewis stars Dennis Quaid as "The Killer"; cast also includes Tav Falco, John Doe, Mojo Nixon and Jimmie Vaughan (repeats at 4:00 pm)
2:00 pm BIO Biography: Tim McGraw tuneful profile of country star Tim McGraw; includes interviews with McGraw, Faith Hill, Jo Dee Messina, Kenny Chesney, The Dancehall Doctors, Tug McGraw, and Tim's mother and sisters (rerun)
8:30 pm BET How I'm Living BET hangs out with rappers E-40 and C-Murder (rerun)
10:40 pm Encore Copycat (1995) suspense/thriller stars Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Dermot Mulroney and Harry Connick, Jr.

Sunday - August 10, 2003
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "#3: All Jazz is Modern" spotlights performances by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in Manila, and offers insight into the present day relevance of jazz music; Wynton Marsalis explains why all jazz is indeed modern while deeply rooted in tradition; LCJO performers include Herlin Riley and Victor Goines (repeats at 8:00 pm and 4:00 am)
11:00 am VH1 Driven: Tim McGraw profile of Tim McGraw tells the story of a boy who thought he was Tim Smith, son of a rough-tempered truck driver, but discovered at age 11 that his true father was his baseball hero, Tug McGraw. After struggling for years to get acknowledgement from his father, Tim would gamble on a career in Nashville and nearly be run out of town before discovering a hit song, launching an amazing career and winning the hand of country music diva Faith Hill (repeats at 9:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
5:00 pm VH1 Blues Brothers 2000 (1998) musical comedy stars Dan Aykroyd, John Goodman, B.B. King and Erykah Badu; features cameos by Dr. John, Lonnie Brooks, and dozens of other blues greats
7:25 pm SHO Crossroads (2002) pop music idol Britney Spears makes her acting debut as shy, smart class valedictorian Lucy, who reunites after high school graduation with her childhood best friends Kit (Zoe Saldana) and Mimi (Taryn Manning) to unearth a long-buried time capsule

Monday - August 11, 2003
11:00 am TCM High Society (1956) Remake of the 1940 film "The Philadelphia Story" features nine top-notch numbers from Cole Porter; cast includes Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Celeste Holm and Louis Armstrong; tunes include the Armstrong/Crosby duet "Now You Has Jazz" and "High Society" (Armstrong); backing up Satchmo are Billy Kyle, Barrett Deems, Edmond Hall, Arvell Shaw and Trummy Young
12:00 pm VH1 Blues Brothers 2000 (1998) musical comedy stars Dan Aykroyd, John Goodman, B.B. King and Erykah Badu; features cameos by Dr. John, Lonnie Brooks, and dozens of other blues greats
9:00 pm CMT Elvis Lives tribute to Elvis Presley with comments by Bruce Springsteen, Bono, Tom Petty, Sheryl Crow Britney Spears, Cher, President Bill Clinton, Chuck D and Steven Tyler, and performances by No Doubt, Dave Matthews, Norah Jones and Chris Isaak with LeAnn Rimes (rerun)
12:15 am IFC Rhyme & Reason (1997) backstage pass to the history of rap and hip hop, with Puff Daddy, Dr. Dre, Notorious B.I.G., Master P, Fugees, and dozens more

Tuesday - August 12, 2003
5:00 am Bravo Popular Song: Soundtrack of the Century (Part 2 of 8) Part 2 delves deep into America's Jazz Age; includes contributions from Tony Bennett, Harry Connick Jr., Artie Shaw, Johnny Mathis, Burt Bacharach, Elvis Costello and Willie Nelson; also archival footage of Hoagy Charmichael talking about the origins of "Stardust" and Paul McCartney describes the writing of "Yesterday"; performances include Al Jolson, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby duet on "Did You Evah?", and Louis Armstrong performing "Heebie Jeebies"
12:00 pm VH1 Driven: Tim McGraw profile of Tim McGraw; see August 10, 2003 for full description (rerun)
7:00 pm WYES 12 Soul Come Home tribute to Stax Records includes performances by Eddie Floyd, Jean Knight (performing her #1 hit "Mr. Big Stuff"), Booker T. & the MGs, Percy Sledge, Isaac Hayes, Carla Thomas, Michael McDonald, Al Green, Solomon Burke, "Sir" Mack Rice, and Mavis Staples; also appearing are William Bell, Little Milton, Jimmie Vaughan and Rance Allen (repeats at 10:30 pm & 2:00 am)

Wednesday - August 13, 2003
1:00 pm VH1 Driven: Notorious B.I.G. profile of slain rapper Notorious B.I.G. (nee Christopher Wallace) features rare video, audio and photos, plus interviews with his mother Voletta Wallace; Catholic school buddies Michael Bynum and Hubert Davis (his first rapping partners); Donald Harrison, in the first-ever interview with the jazz musician who mentored and filmed a teenage Chris Wallace; long-time friend Lil' Cease (of Junior M.A.F.I.A.), and others (rerun)
8:00 pm WYES 12 The French Quarter That Was documentary on the French Quarter features everything from the heyday of Bourbon St. nightlife to the history of the muffuletta; Pete Fountain, Dr. John, Al Belletto, Clarence "Frogman" Henry and others reminisce about entertainment in the Quarter in the 1950's; Angelo Brocato III, whose family still runs New Orleans' favorite ice cream parlor, remembers the burgeoning Italian community; French Market hot spots like Morning Call and Cafe du Monde are remembered in rare archival footage; broadcast personalities Terry Flettrich Rohe, along with Bob and Jan Carr, discuss raising a family in the French Quarter; also featured are the personalities - like Bourbon Street entertainer "Evangeline the Oyster Girl", Ruthie the Duck Girl and restaurateur "Diamond Jim" Moran (repeats at 11:30 pm and 2:30 am)

Thursday - August 14, 2003
6:00 pm VH1 100 Most Shocking Moments in Rock & Roll History hour 5 features entries #20 - #1; listed at No. 13 is Jerry Lee Lewis's marriage to his 13 year old second cousin Myra (rerun)
8:00 pm BET Turnstyle Cash Money Records CEO and rap star Brian "Baby" Williams gives BET an in-depth look at his rise to success within the rap game; Baby takes viewers on a personal journey, revealing the obstacles and pressures he experienced growing up in the "Dirty South" (rerun)
8:00 pm NBC Will & Grace ("Marry Me a Little") after Grace impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo (Harry Connick, Jr.), there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding (one hour episode; rerun from 11/21/02)

Friday - August 15, 2003
6:45 am SHO Crossroads (2002) pop music idol Britney Spears makes her acting debut as shy, smart class valedictorian Lucy, who reunites after high school graduation with her childhood best friends Kit (Zoe Saldana) and Mimi (Taryn Manning) to unearth a long-buried time capsule (repeats at 5:25 pm)
7:00 am NBC Today country music duo Brooks & Dunn perform live on the Plaza as part of the 2003 "Today" Summer Concert Series
7:00 pm ABC Family Hope Floats (1998) romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr.
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Hot Club of New Orleans, Judith Owen, Anders Osborne & Monk Boudreaux and Beth Patterson & Kalafka (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
12:30 am NICK Cheers Harry Connick, Jr. plays Woody's piano-playing cousin, who wears his heart on his sleeve when it comes to his crush on Rebecca (originally aired on 02/06/92)
3:00 am A&E City Confidential - "Baton Rouge: Scandal on the Bayou" when an escort service owner went on trial on prostitution charges, she hoped that her well-connected clients would pull strings to keep her out of prison; but when she was convicted, there were fears that she would finally blow the whistle on the high and mighty and turn over her client list; then, she was found dead in her jail cell; though officially ruled a suicide, many thought it was murder; includes interviews with chef John Folse, blues man Tabby Thomas, and others (rerun)

Saturday - August 16, 2003
9:35 am Starz! Great Balls of Fire! (1989) bio of rock & roller Jerry Lee Lewis stars Dennis Quaid as "The Killer"; cast also includes Tav Falco, John Doe, Mojo Nixon and Jimmie Vaughan
11:00 am WGN Soul Train performances by Floetry, Mr. Cheeks, and Choppa featuring Master P (originally aired on 03/15/03)
11:30 am WYES 12 Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop host Frankie Valli and more than 200 early R&R legends reunite for a once-in-a-lifetime concert; live performances from Little Anthony & The Imperials, Little Richard, Jay & The Americans, Fred Paris and the Five Satins, Jerry Butler, Lloyd Price ("Stagger Lee"), Frankie Ford, The Duprees and many others bring to life the spirit of early rock-and-roll and doo wop (rerun)
2:00 pm ABC Family Hope Floats (1998) romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr.
3:00 pm VH1 Driven: Tim McGraw profile of Tim McGraw; see August 10, 2003 for full description (rerun)
11:00 pm TCM The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Steve McQueen is a Depression-Era cardsharp who challenges the New Orleans stud poker king (Edward G. Robinson) to the game of the century in this winner-take-all classic; Ann-Margret and Cab Calloway also star; features several local jazz scenes, e.g. Eureka Brass Band (opening sequence, w/ Emanuel Paul and others), Olympia Brass Band, Preservation Hall, Sweet Emma Barrett, George Lewis, Punch Miller, etc.
12:00 am WNOL Soul Train performances by Floetry, Mr. Cheeks, and Choppa featuring Master P (originally aired on 03/15/03)

Sunday - August 17, 2003
4:00 pm FOOD Roadie Chefs II The Food Network hits the road to learn the backstage secrets surrounding rock stars and what they eat in order to perform at their peak; from the NSync tour, to Willie Nelson, Barenaked Ladies and Arlo Guthrie performing at Farm Aid, to husband and wife team Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, to Tina Turner -- they're all a part of Roadie Chefs II. What does it take to feed a picky rock star? Does the crew get the same kind of treatment? And what's it really like to cook on the road as part of a cross-country tour member? Hosted by k.d. lang. (rerun)

Tuesday - August 19, 2003
5:00 am Bravo Popular Song: Soundtrack of the Century (Part 3 of 8) Part 3 traces the roots of Rock 'n' Roll by starting with a look at a young Elvis Presley and backtracking 50 years to the Deep South where Rock 'n' Roll's most basic components - Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Country and Hillbilly music began to mix and meld into a form that 50 years later would be deemed the fad that was "here to stay"; interviews & performances include Bessie Smith, Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter, Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Louis Jordan, BB King, Hank Williams and Big Joe Turner

Wednesday - August 20, 2003
7:00 pm TNT Above The Law (1988) crime thriller stars Steven Seagal, Pam Grier, Sharon Stone and Ronnie Barron (repeats at 9:00 pm)
10:35 pm NBC The Tonight Show with Jay Leno guests include actor Jim Carrey, actress Amanda Bynes, and music by Tim McGraw; McGraw performs "That's Why God Made Mexico" (rerun of 05/15/03)

Thursday - August 21, 2003
6:25 pm SHO Crossroads (2002) pop music idol Britney Spears makes her acting debut as shy, smart class valedictorian Lucy, who reunites after high school graduation with her childhood best friends Kit (Zoe Saldana) and Mimi (Taryn Manning) to unearth a long-buried time capsule
8:35 pm Encore Copycat (1995) suspense/thriller stars Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Dermot Mulroney and Harry Connick, Jr.
9:00 pm PBS /
WYES
Soundstage this episode features Trace Adkins a performer with exceptional range, depth and power; this 6'6" "macho man" of country music will perform songs such as "I'm Tryin'," "Chrome," and his recent single "(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing"; Travis Tritt also performs (repeats at 4:00 am)

Friday - August 22, 2003
2:30 pm MTV MTV Cribs MTV visits the cribs of Stephan Jenkins (Third Eye Blind), Brian "Baby" Williams (Cash Money Records) and TJ Lavin (X Games)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Cyril Neville & the Uptown All-Stars, Alexandra Scott, Lil Stooges Brass Band and Woodenhead (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
8:00 pm CMT Inside Fame: Brooks & Dunn Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn speak candidly about the highs and lows of their career, what brought the unlikely pair together and what the future holds; interviews include Willie Nelson, Tanya Tucker, Jo Dee Messina, Lee Ann Womack, and Ricky Skaggs

Saturday - August 23, 2003
2:00 pm BIO Biography - "Dizzy: The Life and Music of John Birks Gillespie" profile of jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie includes rare interview and performance clips, including Gillespie with Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson and Louis Armstrong; features comments from Wynton Marsalis, Benny Carter, Lionel Hampton, Jon Faddis, and others (2 hours; rerun)
7:00 pm CMT Grand Ole Opry Live Trace Adkins becomes a member of the Grand Ole Opry; other guests include Lorrie Morgan, Ronnie Milsap and Del McCoury Band (repeats at 10:00 pm)
8:30 pm BET How I'm Living (Car Show) BET takes viewers behind-the-scenes with guest host Brian "Baby" Williams during this "baller-style" special showcasing celebrities and their prize rides (rerun)

Sunday - August 24, 2003
10:00 am CMT Grand Ole Opry Live Trace Adkins becomes a member of the Grand Ole Opry; other guests include Lorrie Morgan, Ronnie Milsap and Del McCoury Band (rerun)
6:00 pm FUSE Voodoo Music Experience 2002 MuchMusic USA joins the 2002 Voodoo Music Festival in New Orleans; featured bands include No Doubt, Garbage, Sum 41, Macy Gray, Nappy Roots and Counting Crows (rerun; repeats at 11:00 pm)
7:00 pm BIO Biography: Tim McGraw tuneful profile of country star Tim McGraw; includes interviews with McGraw, Faith Hill, Jo Dee Messina, Kenny Chesney, The Dancehall Doctors, Tug McGraw, and Tim's mother and sisters (rerun; repeats at 11:00 pm)
8:00 pm CMT CMT Crossroads series teams up country music stars with music stars from other genres to play together, swap stories, and share their common love of music; this episode features Brooks & Dunn and ZZ Top (rerun)

Monday - August 25, 2003
11:00 am BIO Biography: Tim McGraw tuneful profile of country star Tim McGraw; includes interviews with McGraw, Faith Hill, Jo Dee Messina, Kenny Chesney, The Dancehall Doctors, Tug McGraw, and Tim's mother and sisters (rerun; repeats at 5:00 pm)
6:00 pm Hallmark Touched By An Angel episode "Amazing Grace, Part 1" features guest appearances by Al Jarreau and Charmaine Neville (rerun; originally aired on 02/23/97)
11:00 pm VH1 The Fabulous Life: Britney Spears series on the lifestyles of the rich and famous; episode features pop star Britney Spears (rerun)
12:00 am MTV Cribs Cribs visits with Lil' Romeo, Travis (Blink 182), and Kerr Smith (Dawson's Creek)
1:30 am BET 106 & Park with guest hosts Mystikal and Ashanti (rerun; originally aired on 05/30/02)

Tuesday - August 26, 2003
6:00 pm Hallmark Touched By An Angel episode "Amazing Grace, Part 2" features a guest appearances by Charmaine Neville (rerun; originally aired on 02/25/97)

Wednesday - August 27, 2003
7:00 am BIO Biography Extra - Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll the untold story of the Sun Records founder Sam Phillips who discovered Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, Jerry Lee Lewis, and many others; despite his knack for spotting stars, Phillips lived on the edge of poverty and suffered two nervous breakdowns before making a fortune investing in Holiday Inn (rerun; repeats at 1:00 pm)
2:00 pm VH1 The Fabulous Life: Britney Spears series on the lifestyles of the rich and famous; episode features pop star Britney Spears (rerun)
5:25 pm SHO Crossroads (2002) pop music idol Britney Spears makes her acting debut as shy, smart class valedictorian Lucy, who reunites after high school graduation with her childhood best friends Kit (Zoe Saldana) and Mimi (Taryn Manning) to unearth a long-buried time capsule (repeats at 4:45 am)
11:30 pm VH1 The Fabulous Life: Hip Hop Superstars rap's biggest names and it's most experienced insiders invite you into hip hop's inner circle, from the private parties of South Beach to the luxury yachts of Saint-Tropez, to see what it's really like to live "The Fabulous Life of Hip Hop"; features P. Diddy, Jay-Z, Lil Kim, Ja Rule, Brian "Baby" Williams from Cash Money Millionaires, Nelly, Snoop Dogg, Master P, Ja Rule, Busta Rhymes, Eminem, Ice T, Ice Cube, Queen Latifah (rerun)

Thursday - August 28, 2003
10:00 pm VH1 Driven: Tim McGraw profile of Tim McGraw; see August 10, 2003 for full description (rerun)
11:35 pm NBC Late Night with Conan O' Brien Jerry Lewis; Harland Williams; musical guest Buddy Guy (rerun from 06/04/2003)

Friday - August 29, 2003
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from the Original Pin Stripe Brass Band, Shaka, Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen and the Red Stick Ramblers (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - August 30, 2003
12:30 pm MTV MTV Video Music Awards (2003) awards show taped on 08/28/03 features Britney Spears singing and smooching with Madonna, plus performances by Christina Aguilera, Coldplay, 50 Cent & Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Good Charlotte, Beyonce Knowles and Metallica (rerun; repeats at 8:30 pm)
4:00 pm Comedy Central Saturday Night Live musical guest Lucinda Williams performs "Can't Let Go" and "Too Cool To Be Forgotten" (originally aired on 02/20/99)
7:30 pm BET Turnstyle Cash Money Records CEO and rap star Brian "Baby" Williams gives BET an in-depth look at his rise to success within the rap game; Baby takes viewers on a personal journey, revealing the obstacles and pressures he experienced growing up in the "Dirty South" (rerun)

Sunday - August 31, 2003
10:00 am MTV MTV Video Music Awards (2003) awards show taped on 08/28/03 features Britney Spears singing and smooching with Madonna, plus performances by Christina Aguilera, Coldplay, 50 Cent & Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Good Charlotte, Beyonce Knowles and Metallica (rerun)


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"Louisiana Jukebox Live" airs each Friday night at 8:00 pm on Cox 10 in metro New Orleans. Replay times are Sundays at 10:30 pm, Tuesdays at 12:00 pm and 8:00 pm, and Thursdays at 12:00 pm and 10:30 pm.

"Louisiana Jukebox Live" is also rebroadcast weekly in Baton Rouge, LA; Opelousas, LA; Shreveport, LA; Memphis, TN; and Ft. Walton Beach, FL.

You can also catch the latest edition of "Louisiana Jukebox Live" via webcast (archived shows are also available!).

For additional information, call (504) 304-7345 ext. 1503, or visit the Louisiana Jukebox web site at LouisianaJukebox.com.


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