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New Orleans’ Newest Old
Band Tavasco 504 
has Some Advice for us all:
“BE YOURSELF”
Back when compact disc technology was emerging and customized personal playlists were still produced on cassette mix tapes, “Smooth” James Harris, Nick Daniels III and Earl Smith, Jr. - all graduates of Walter Cohen Senior High class of ’73 - just knew they were going to make a record together one day.
By Frances Madeson
Russell Batiste:
Playing the Music and Lovin’
Every Beat!
By Dean M. Shapiro
The scion of one of New Orleans’ preeminent musical families, David Russell Batiste Jr. – more widely known by his middle name – is not only one of the city’s top drummers, he’s also a multi-instrumentalist, lyricist, composer, arranger and bandleader. Musically there isn’t much he can’t do or hasn’t already done.
FROM POTS AND PANS
 TO BRASS BANDS
The musical journey of 
Herman Williams IV

Movers and shakers are the people who are constantly in pursuit of knowledge. Herman Williams IV has taken his love of  learning and acquired skills and is making things happen in New Orleans. His love for his hometown is apparent, and although he could pursue a career anywhere in the world with his talent and education, he chooses to stay in New Orleans and says, “I cannot imagine living anywhere else.”
By Anita Oubre