In case you missed the story on Trombone Shorty on Thursday’s “All Things Considered” on NPR, here’s a link to the audio story:
And below is the promo for the next episode of PBS’ “Religion and Ethics Newsweekly,” which will feature Louisiana author James Lee Burke. I have Dish Network, so the program airs on Channel 22, WQEC, at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday. Airings will vary by markets.
For those wanting a taste of NOLA: Trombone Shorty will be featured in a story on NPR’s “All Things Considered” tonight, while author James Lee Burke will be featured on PBS’ “Religion and Ethics Newsweekly” over the weekend (air times will vary by markets).
On Wednesday, Trombone Shorty tweeted a link to his new song and video. The song and video can be found on Youtube at:
James Lee Burke splits his time between New Iberia, La., and Missoula, Mont., but many of his books feature the Crescent City.
One of Burke’s most-beloved protagonists is Dave Robicheaux, who is a NOPD detective in the first installment of the now 20-book series. That first book is “Neon Rain,” while the most recent in the series is “Light of the World.” My recap of that novel can be found here.