A Free B Bqustic Paul Sanchez (Cowboy Mouth) & Golden Novak

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New World Brewery is proud to present one of New Orleans' (and America’s) greatest singer/songwriters, Paul Sanchez. A man who has hewn perfect storytelling for all-night revelers and sad bastards alike; Paul sings and tells too-true tales about Mardi Gras debauchery, great storms, life as a troubadour, rebuilding a home, famous friends and unknown heroes, and the great city of New Orleans. He has played songs to audiences in every type of venue imaginable: arenas to theaters to juke joints to Creole coffee shops. New World is the perfect setting to witness a master at his craft.

Paul Sanchez was a founding member of the rock band Cowboy Mouth. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina (in which he lost his home), Paul went solo and found his new identity in the heartbreak and bliss of the Crescent City. Since then, he has become known for his role in the HBO series TREME where he played himself; and as the creative force behind the musical NINE LIVES, a musical adaptation of the New York Times Best Seller. NINE LIVES follows the lives of nine people in New Orleans from 1965 (the year Hurricane Betsy ravaged the city) through 2005 (the year of Hurricane Katrina) and beyond.

He has been awarded multiple awards (notably, Off Beat Magazine songwriter of the year 2014), and has penned hits for a slew of artists including Darius Rucker, The Eli Young Band, and the Soul Queen of New Orleans: Irma Thomas.

Paul’s incredible life experiences create a unique perspective to take us all on an unforgettable journey to the Big Easy through stories and songs.


We start the show with a duo that blew us away last spring, Golden Novack.

There have been many perfect pairs in the past, but the vocal combination of Jess Novak and Brian Golden can only be described as an ultimate unity of spirit in song...This pair of 'modern minstrels' have played and paid their dues.

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By: New World Brewery