Click above to hear "The Jazz Fest is Best" a song written & performed by Carl Keith
Available on itunes and cdbaby.com.
This shot, below left, shows the edge of Jackson Square with the Saint Louis Cathedral and the Cabildo. You can walk the square and look at art from local artists, or have a forture teller read your future. Don't miss a chance to walk through the cathedral as this is one of the most beatiful cathedrals in North America. Visit www.stlouiscathedral.org for more information.
The Jazz Fest is Best!
The Jazz Fest happens here every year in late Spring and features two week-ends of live music. Click the link here for more information about the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. This year's poster is a painting by Tony Bennet of New Orleans' own Louis Prima. Visit www.nojazzfest.com for more information.
Perhaps the most famous artist from New Orleans is George Rodrigue who is known worldwide for his paintings featuring the Blue Dog! This gallery on Royal Street, shown to the right, is George's new gallery which is right across from his old Gallery on Royal Street. Click here for more information, www.georgerodrigue.com, or call 504-581-4244 and Ask for Lawrence Pugh or Rhonda Egan at the gallery to see some of George's best works.
Below is the entrance to Preservation Hall, where you can go to hear
traditional jazz most nights in the French Quarter. Visit www.preservationhall.com
or call 504-522-2841 for more information about dates and times for shows.
Below right is the famous Port of Call restaurant known for great burgers and the famous and potent fruit flavored drink called the Monsoon! Visit www.portofcallneworleans.com or call 504-523-0120 for more information. Above is the Fleur de Lis regarded as the symbol of New Orleans.
To the left is the photo I took in Mandeville, LA and used for the cover of my CD, "Carl Keith" which is now on itunes and cdbaby.com. To visit click here www.cdbaby.com/cd/carlkeith
Below is an original painting by local artist Al Federico. My mother and I purchased this painting from Al at Jackson Square over 20 years ago, and it is one of my favorite paintings by Al. Below right is a shot of me at my day job selling new and pre-owned Mercedes at Mercedes-Benz of New Orleans. Click here www.buymbcars.com for more information or call me at 504-250-9939.
To the left is Galatoire's Restaurant on Bourbon Street
which is one of the oldest restaurants in New Orleans. They have some of the best New Orleans dishes, steaks, and seafood
you will find anywhere. They are open for lunch and dinner. You can now make reservations for second floor dining,
but first floor dining is still first come, first served. Click here www.galatoires.com.or call 504-525-2021 for mor info.