Gregg Stafford TrumpetGregg StaffordTrumpetJohn Boutte John BoutteOn Sundays, John Boutte was awakened by the sounds of his New Orleans neighborhood. Past the front yard, second-line parades rolled by, matching the madness of Carnival season and the transcendent joy of the jazz funeral. This roux of influences created John Boutte, and serves him to this day.Charmaine Neville Charmaine NevilleAs the daughter of one of the highly acclaimed Neville Brothers, Charmaine is heir to a rich New Orleans musical legacy but is busy putting her own stamp on this musical heritage. Neville and her band dish out a spicy mix of the best of New Orleans music, from the nastiest of blues to some V-8-driven R & B. Add a funky rhythm and some jazzy ballads, and you've got yourself one helluva Crescent City gumbo! Dr. Michael White clarinetDr. Michael WhiteclarinetDr. Michael White is a jazz clarinetist, bandleader, composer, jazz historian and musical educator. Scott Yanow, a jazz critic, said in a review that White "displays the feel and spirit of the best New Orleans clarinetists." Mark Brooks Mark BrooksRoger Dickerson Roger DickersonCatherine Russell Catherine RussellDee Dee Bridgewater Dee Dee BridgewaterLeyla McCalla Leyla McCallaMelissa Weber Melissa WeberFred Johnson Fred JohnsonDetroit Brooks BanjoDetroit BrooksBanjoDetroit Brooks, famed session and touring guitarist of the New Orleans music scene, has the most recognizable face in the city. Don Vappie BanjoDon VappieBanjoDon Vappie is a world renown jazz musician and presenter from New Orleans. He leads the Creole Jazz Serenaders, a classic New Orleans jazz orchestra, as well as his various jazz and R&B combos.