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New Orleans, La (February 28, 2018) - Indie, gypsy alternative band, Bon Bon Vivant will headline the New Orleans Jazz Museum’s Tricentennial After Party for the organizations Minting NOLA Music Symposium.

The event is free to the public and will be held, Saturday, March 10 beginning at 6pm. The program also features performances by The Trombone Shorty Academy Band, the Arrowhead Jazz Band and a lecture on The Baby Dolls, who broke race and gender barriers by being some of the first women to appear in Mardi Gras parades.

Bon Bon Vivant is known for blending indie alternative rock with gypsy influenced jazz shadings. Their current single, “Jazz Axe Man of New Orleans,” was released on Gallatin Street Records on January 12. They appear regularly at Bamboula’s, d.b.a. and the 21st Amendment Bar at La Louisiane.

The band is Abigail Cosio on lead vocals and guitar, Jeremy Kelly on saxophone and vocals, Ry D’Antonio on drums, Mike Robins on bass, Ryan Brown on accordion and keys and Gloria Cosio on background vocals.

The Minting NOLA Museum Symposium is part of the City of New Orleans 2018 Commission’s Cultural and Historical Committee Tricentennial celebrations. 

The New Orleans Jazz Museum is located at 400 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70116.

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