In The Den: Second Line Sundays Featuring Cha Wa (Early Show)

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The Howlin Wolf New Orleans says
New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian funk band Cha Wa will launch “Sunday Night Second Line” at the Howlin’ Wolf Den on Sunday night Oct. 11. The weekly residency will begin at 8pm each Sunday, preceding the Hot 8 Brass Band’s weekly shows at 10pm.

Described as “funk with feathers,” Cha Wa fuses traditional New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian music with funk and soul, creating a non-stop groove machine. The New Orleans Advocate says “Cha Wa is a New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian band on the rise.” The band features Mardi Gras Indians Irving “Honey” Banister and J’Wan Boudreaux on vocals. “Banister’s and Boudreaux’s roots stretch deeply into New Orleans music and Mardi Gras Indians history,” continues The Advocate, “Banister’s father, Irving Banister Sr., played guitar with classic New Orleans rhythm-and-blues artists Danny White, James “Sugar Boy” Crawford and EddieBo. Boudreaux’s grandfather, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, leads the Golden Eagles tribe and performs with the Wild Magnolias.”
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By: The Howlin Wolf New Orleans

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