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Patsy Vidalia and Dew Drop Inn

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October 10th, 2001 • SEGMENT

From The Show: Robbie Robertson / Johnny Otis / Dew Drop Inn

From the 1940s through the 1970s, the Dew Drop Inn was the top night club in the New Orleans black community. The singing, dancing, female impersonator Patsy Vidalia served many years there as mistress of ceremonies. His performances remain legendary, and are recalled here by drummer Earl Palmer, singer Deacon John, local musician and poet Eluard Burt, and bartender Jerri Hall.

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May 15th, 2002 • SEGMENT

From The Show: Robbie Robertson / Johnny Otis / Dew Drop Inn

From the show "Robbie Robertson / Johnny Otis / Dew Drop Inn" originally aired on May 15th, 2002

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