Sunday, December 13, 5-6 P.M.

Blue LLama & GLPAA Present Blues, Boogie Woogie & French Quarter Cuisine

Featuring Mr. B, Mark Lincoln Braun

This special event features dinner and a show to enjoy at home with carry-out and exclusive live stream access.

Note: This is a past event. For upcoming events, click here.

Carryout ticket includes live stream access and dinner. Pick-up dinner from 4-4:45pm

Featured French Quarter Menu for No Contact Carryout

Gougères - Gruyere Cheese Puffs

Bistro Salad - Parisian Ham, Egg, French Feta

Red Beans and Ricely Cakes-Bacon, Bourbon, Smoked Tomato Aioli

Crispy Escargot Confit - Roasted Garlic Aioli

Beef Bourguignon - Smashed Yukon Potato, Pearl Onion

Charred Organic Carrots - French Feta, Toasted Pistachios

Jambalaya - chorizo, prawns and crawfish

Beignets - Orange Blossom, Raspberry Jam

Add Foncalieu Reserve Saint Marc Syrah Rose for $47/btl. (tax included, Carry-out only)

Blues and boogie-woogie pianist Mark Lincoln Braun has become one of the premiere purveyors of a vanishing art. Having learned his craft first-hand from the early masters, he is a rare living link to the first generation of blues and boogie pianists. Steeped in the rich legacy of this tremendously exciting music, Mr. B learned directly from blues and boogie legends like Little Brother Montgomery, Boogie Woogie Red, and Blind John Davis.

Today he further promotes his art and breaks down stylistic barriers by frequently collaborating with such world renowned mainstream jazz pianists as Monty Alexander, Henry Butler, Benny Green, Ray Bryant, Sir Charles Thompson, and Junior Mance. He has appeared on numerous National Public Radio broadcasts, including “Mountain Stage,” “Good Evening,” “Our Front Porch,” “The Flea Market,” “At the Bride,” “All Things Considered and in 2015 “Here and Now.”
Today there are not many devoted to playing boogie and blues piano. Fortunately, Mr. Bʼs passion for showcasing and extending the tradition makes him a major exponent of an essential form of American music. As noted by Jazz News International, “the future of blues piano is in good hands with Mr. B.”

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