On March 13th, we spoke at SXSW on a panel moderated by Alex Rawls, editor of Oxford American‘s Louisiana music issue and of MySpiltMilk.com. “At Home He’s a Tourist: Louisiana Folklife in the Social Media Era” arose from the dialogue surrounding the funeral of Uncle Lionel Batiste, and featured Alison Fensterstock of Nola.com, photographer Erika Goldring, Louis Michot of Lost Bayou Ramblers, and PSP’s Brian Boyles.
We love panels and this was a good one. The first words (“keys to the Camaro”) come from Rawls. Take a listen.