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1995: Better Than Ezra: “Good”
1996: Johnny Sansone: “Crescent City Moon”
1997: Lenny McDaniel: “Tired Angels”
1998: Mac Rebennack: “Sweet Home New Orleans”
1999: Tab Benoit: “These Blues are all Mine”
2000: Cyril Neville & Allen Toussaint: “New Orleans Cookin’”
2001: Kermit Ruffins: “Drop me Off in New Orleans”
2002: Kermit Ruffins: “When I Die (You Better Second Line)”
2003: Iguanas: “Sugar Cane”
2004: Aaron, Art, Charles, Cyril & Ivan Neville, Milton Davis: “Brothers”
2005: (no award because of Katrina)
2006-2008: (no award given)
2009: John Boutte and Paul Sanchez: “Hey God”
2010: John Boutte: “Treme Song”
2011: Taylor Guarisco & Tiffany Lamson (The Givers): “Up Up Up”
2012: Anders Osborne: “Louisiana Gold”
2013: Troy Andrews, Michael Bgallard, Peter Murano, Alonzo “Novel” Stevenson, Taura Stinson: “Fire and Brimstone”
2014: Alynda Lee Segarra (Hurray for the Riff Raff): “The Body Electric”
2015: Jon Cleary and Johnny “Snakehips” Jonhson: “Boneyard”
2016: David Shaw and Zack Feinberg of the Revivalists “Wish I Knew You”

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This work is part of the City's Inner Loop Transformation Project. Work involves: significant utility work, the filling and abandonment of the Inner Loop from Monroe to Main; elimination of bridges at Monroe, Broad, and East; and reconstruction and realignment of Union St. from Howell to Main. Union St. will be converted to two way traffic upon project completion.   

A series of recurring cartoons in which various collections of objects such as shapes, cookies, fingers, and units of time are totaled, narrated by a child's hip-hop lyrics describing and rhyming the items at hand. These were produced by Al Jarnow and appeared as early as Season 20 .

When created by Tony Warren in 1960, the Coronation Street community was noted for being largely matriarchal, reflecting Warren's observations about its real-world counterparts in Manchester. As a result, particularly in its early years, Coronation Street featured many formidable female characters, who lorded it over their long-suffering husbands, or even the whole community. Many of the programme's most popular characters have been women of this type, including Hilda Ogden , Annie Walker, Vera Duckworth and Bet Gilroy .

They were soon joined by Everett Morton on drums and the legendary, already veteran Saxa on saxophone. “Everett worked in a kettle factory,” says Roger. “David Steele worked as a nurse, and he knew a Jamaican nurse who put him in touch with Everett, who put us in touch with Saxa. We realised we needed a bit of brass – we only met Saxa a few days before we laid down 'Tears Of A Clown'. He'd played in various bands around town, all backgrounds, from Irish to calypso. Basically, he was a jazz man. I was a bit wary of him at first. His dress sense was straight out of Shaft ! He seemed a bit noisy, a bit drunk. I thought, 'He's trouble.' But the way he played sax was like nothing I'd ever heard before. And we realised, all the time, he was teaching us. He'd say things like, “one hand wash the other”, and you only later got what he meant. Respect, he's retired now, he's nearly 90 but still with us. Maybe we can yet get him up on stage to play a couple of notes!”

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