Excelent opportunity to know the roots of New Orleans history and music explosion blues and jazz - with Keith orientation!
Take an audio-visual tour of New Orleans’ musical heritage, led by a local record man with decades of industry insight. Walk past renowned music venues and recording studios in the French Quarter, and visit the favorite haunts of jazz and blues legends such as James Booker, Fats Domino, and Louis Armstrong. Hear history come to life as you listen to original recordings via a portable Bluetooth speaker along the way.
Make your way to the heart of New Orleans’ music scene on Frenchmen Street, and meet your guide, a industry pro with more than 20 years of music-making experience. Starting at the Louisiana Music Factory, stroll through the French Quarter’s most musical haunts. Hear how Allen Toussaint and Lee Dorsey recorded some of their best vinyl at Cosimo’s Sound studio, and pass J&M Studios, known as the home of rock ‘n’ roll. See Danny Parker’s childhood home, and stroll through Louis Armstrong Park in Treme, one of the first African-American neighborhoods in the US.
Follow in the footsteps of countless fans as you stop at legendary music venues including the Royal Orleans Hotel, Place d’Armes, Preservation Jazz Hall, and Toulouse Theatre. Along the way, listen to clips from jazz, blues, and rock ’n' roll greats through a portable Bluetooth speaker and hear the stories behind the sound.
We loved our tour with Keith Abel, and feel so fortunate he was available the day before Thanksgiving to show us around! We took the Music and Heritage Tour and loved every moment. He covered 500 years of music history in just two hours. From...More
Thank you Keith & Hardy. Your musical walking tour was fantastic.To see the places where jazz had started was awe inspiring. To hear stories about the key people and the founders of blues jazz and rock ‘n’roll will get the hairs on the back of...More
We had a great time with Keith Abel! The tour is great. He is true. He feels what he tells you, and you get fully dipped into New Orleans music soul. I don't know him personally,, but Keith has to be a sort of music...More