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New Orleans Suspects, Honey Island Swamp Band + Crawfish Boil



May 12
6:00 PM
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The Hook and Ladder Theater
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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Krewe of DADs, Fulton Brewing & Nobool Presents
~ A Firehouse PAC Fundraiser ~

New Orleans Suspects, Honey Island Swamp Band

with artist at large Camile Baudoin (of New Orleans Radiators)
+ Krewe of DADs Evening Crawfish Boil

Saturday, May 12
at The Hook and Ladder Theater
Doors 8pm :: Music 8:30pm :: 21+
$25 Advance / $30 Day of Show

Crawfish Boil

Boil 6-8pm – $45 Advance / $50 Day of Show (if available)
Includes Crawfish Boil & Concert Ticket
Limited amount of tickets. This event tends to sell out. Buy in advance!

Tickets On-Sale Friday March 30 at Noon


New Orleans Suspects
New Orleans Suspects began playing together in 2009 as a pick-up band at the Maple Leaf in New Orleans. Comprised of some of the most seasoned, highly respected players in NOLA, the group called themselves The Unusual Suspects. Their chemistry was undeniable and by the summer of 2011 they decided to tour full-time, renaming the band New Orleans Suspects. They quickly began attracting large crowds from San Francisco to New York. They’ve released four CDs and established themselves as one of New Orleans’ best supergroups.

Honey Island Swamp Band

Honey Island Swamp Band’s music has been described as “Bayou Americana”, with timeless songs from Wilkinson & Mulé, highlighted by Mulé’s searing guitar, Wilkinson’s sure-handed mandolin, and 4-part vocal harmonies, all anchored by the powerful groove of Price & Paul’s Louisiana stomp rhythm section. The addition of Trevor Brooks on Hammond B-3 organ to the HISB family in 2010 has rounded out the band’s sound, which draws from a variety of influences in the world of roots music, including artists such as Lowell George & Little Feat, The Band, Taj Mahal, Gram Parsons, Jerry Garcia, Johnny Cash, Jimmy Reed, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, and New Orleans’ own Earl King and Dr. John.