Our inaugural episode featuring two veterans of the New Orleans scene: Alex McMurray (Tin Men, Valparaiso Men’s Chorus, Royal Fingerbowl) and MC Truth Universal, on the business of music.
Legendary artist Bunny Matthews (Vic N’ Natly, Nint’wardica) and the future-legendary Ayo Scott (NOYO Designs), on making art and making money.
Andrew Vaught (Cripple Creek Theatre Co.) and John O’Neal (Junebug Productions), on the business of the stage.
Independent filmmakers Glen Pitre (Cote Blanche Productions) and Brandan Odums (2-Cent TV) on the Hollywood of the Dirty South.
Two queens of New Orleans Burlesque, Trixie Minx (artistic director of the Fleur de Tease) & Wild Cherry, discuss the grind of the bump and grind.
PSP and the New Orleans Film Fest present Preservation Hall‘s Ben Jaffe (Producer, 2011 NOFF selection Live at Preservation Hall: Louisiana Fairytale) and Gabriel Velasco (Composer, 2011 NOFF selection La Hora Cero).
Local author Anne Gisleson (co-founder, the Press Street Collective, Antenna Gallery) and Vera Warren-Williams (founder, The Community Book Center) discuss words and the business of community space.
George Porter, Jr.
New Orleans veteran George Porter, Jr. (Funky Meters, The Runnin’ Pardners) and break-out Hip Hop artist Dee-1 round out the Fall 2011 line-up with a conversation on the hardest way to make an easy living.
In October 2012, we partnered again with the New Orleans Film Festival for a conversation featuring singer/songwriter Meschiya Lake and Lost Bayou Ramblers frontman/fiddler Louis Michot.