Neville Brothers Bring Their Angelic But Underrated Sound To Hopkins
Geoffrey Himes, Evening Sun (Baltimore), The , 3 June 1988
MAY DAY WAS the last day of this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and the honorary slot of the last set was once again given to the Neville Brothers Band. As the sun set over the shotgun houses and palm trees to the west, the first family of New Orleans rhythm and blues reached back and revitalized such ancient Mardi Gras and funeral parade chants as 'Iko Iko' and 'Brothers John'.
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