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The Spirit Remains, Coco Robicheaux Street Art Tribute, Chatres Street, Bywater, New Orleans, June 26, 2014

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Coco Robiecheaux Tribute Issue of Entrepot Magazine Now Available w/ Contributions by John Sinclair and Louis Maistros

Friends, Some of you had expressed interest in this, so i am giving you the official heads up. The issue of Entrepot Litarary Magazine that features my tribute piece to Coco is now out and available. The issue also includes … Continue reading

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The Blues Revolution Will Not Be Televised, Louie’s Juke Joint, Lower Decatur Street, New Orleans, May 1, 2000

“The Blues Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” May 1st, 2000. Louie’s Juke Joint, formerly at 1128 Decatur Street, French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana. Poster design and drawing of Blind Willie McTell by Louis Maistros, printing by Gary Rouzan. Signed by … Continue reading

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Second Line for Coco Robicheaux, Part Three, Frenchmen Street to Washington Square Park, New Orleans, 12-12-2011

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Second Line for Coco Robicheaux, Part Two, Frenchmen Street to Washington Square Park, New Orleans, 12-12-2011

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Second Line for Coco Robicheaux, Part One, Frenchmen Street to Washington Square Park, New Orleans, 12-12-2011

The second line for Coco was the biggest i have ever attended. There was so much love in the streets of the French Quarter and Marigny, really an amazing thing to be a part of. December 12 was a good … Continue reading

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Street Party for Coco Robicheaux (The Second Line That Wasn’t), Marie’s Bar, Burgundy Street, New Orleans, December 3, 2011

Normally this blog is all about pictures — only one at a time and very few words attached if any — but last night’s strange attempt at a second line in Coco’s honor was so charming in its drunk-ass good-natured … Continue reading

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Shrine for Coco Robicheaux, Apple Barrel, Frenchmen Street, New Orleans, November 28, 2011

I really felt his presence here today — and it felt good. I think he is going to be alright.

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Coco Robicheaux on his wedding day, Rosie’s, New Orleans, May 12, 2001

Photo by Ric Francis for the New Orleans Times-Picayune.  That’s me and Elly standing behind Coco. It was a great night, a great celebration. I’m really going to miss him. Farewell, old friend. See you in the Spiritland.  

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