Topic: music

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Curator of Jazz

Melissa A. Weber, also known as DJ Soul Sister, has been named curator of the Hogan Jazz Archive.

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Authentic New Orleans

Matt Sakakeeny, associate professor of music at Tulane, is co-editor of Remaking New Orleans: Beyond Exceptionalism and Authenticity (Duke University Press, 2019). In an opinion piece Sakakeeny co-authored in The Advocate, he writes about the book stating, “… in celebrating the vibrancy of our traditions, we fail to understand that they’re a tremendous driver of profit for those who can capitalize on them.”https://tulane.it/authentic-new-orleans

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Grammy Museum Grant

The Hogan Jazz Archive of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library has received a grant from the Grammy Museum to digitize and preserve unique recordings from Vernon Winslow (G ’69), the first African American disc jockey in New Orleans. Winslow (1911-1993) is best remembered for his pioneering work as “Dr. Daddy-O” on WWEZ radio. Once digitized, the recordings will be accessible to the public online.https://tulane.it/grammy-museum-grant

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Deep Dive In The Jazz Archive

New Orleans jazz is a living, breathing, evolving force, but its origins in the early 20th century require special preservation. That is the job of the Hogan Jazz Archive.