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Zigaboo Modeliste
ZIGABOO MODELISTE appearing in 9 shows and/or playlists

ZIGABOO MODELISTE

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH ZIGABOO MODELISTE

FROM THE SHOW: TIMEKEEPERS: THE ART OF DRUMMING WITH JM VAN EATON, ZIGABOO MODELISTE, TITO PUENTE, BEN RILEY AND SHANNON POWELL

From the show "Timekeepers: The Art of Drumming with JM Van Eaton, Zigaboo Modeliste, Tito Puente, Ben Riley and Shannon Powell " originally aired on September 26th, 2018

FROM THE SHOW: TIMEKEEPERS: THE ART OF DRUMMING WITH JM VAN EATON, ZIGGY MODELISTE, AND SHANNON POWELL

From the show "Timekeepers: The Art of Drumming with JM Van Eaton, Ziggy Modeliste, and Shannon Powell " originally aired on April 27th, 2016

TIMEKEEPERS: THE ART OF DRUMMING WITH JM VAN EATON, ZIGABOO MODELISTE, TITO PUENTE, BEN RILEY AND SHANNON POWELL

This week on American Routes, we're keeping the beat with drummers and rhythm makers across the genres: everyone from Sun Records' Rockabilly drummer JM Van Eaton, to jazz percussionist Ben Riley, who had to keep up with the unconventional rhythms of Thelonious Monk. In between, we listen live in-studio to New Orleans' King of Treme, Shannon Powell, whose music takes us from the church to the streets and beyond. The funky backbone of The Meters, Joseph "Ziggy" Modeliste tells us what it really means to hit a groove, and we'll play an encore presentation of our interview with New York City percussionist, Tito Puente, El Rey de los Timbales.

TIMEKEEPERS: THE ART OF DRUMMING WITH JM VAN EATON, ZIGABOO MODELISTE, TITO PUENTE, BEN RILEY AND SHANNON POWELL

This week on American Routes, we're keeping the beat with drummers and rhythm makers across the genres: everyone from Sun Records' Rockabilly drummer JM Van Eaton, to jazz percussionist Ben Riley, who had to keep up with the unconventional rhythms of Thelonious Monk. In between, we listen live in-studio to New Orleans' King of Treme, Shannon Powell, whose music takes us from the church to the streets and beyond. The funky backbone of The Meters, Joseph, "Ziggy" Modeliste tells us what it really means to hit a groove, and we'll play an encore presentation of our interview with New York City percussionist, Tito Puente, El Rey de los Timbales.

TIMEKEEPERS: THE ART OF DRUMMING WITH JM VAN EATON, ZIGABOO MODELISTE, TITO PUENTE, BEN RILEY AND SHANNON POWELL

This week on American Routes, we're keeping the beat with drummers and rhythm makers across the genres: everyone from Sun Records' Rockabilly drummer JM Van Eaton, to jazz percussionist Ben Riley, who had to keep up with the unconventional rhythms of Thelonious Monk. In between, we listen live in-studio to New Orleans' King of Treme, Shannon Powell, whose music takes us from the church to the streets and beyond. The funky backbone of The Meters, Joseph "Ziggy" Modeliste tells us what it really means to hit a groove, and we'll play an encore presentation of our interview with New York City percussionist, Tito Puente, El Rey de los Timbales.

AMERICAN ROUTES LIVE! THE METERS, DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS, AND BATON ROUGE BLUES FESTIVAL

Time for some "Fire on the Bayou" at a rare reunion of New Orleans' funk jam band and studio wizards, The Meters -- Art Neville, keyboards; Leo Nocentelli, guitar; Zigaboo Modeliste, drums; and George Porter Jr., bass -- on stage at the Howlin' Wolf club. Then Drive-By Truckers, fronted by songmen/guitarists Mike Cooley and Patterson Hood, bring their poetic and critical style of Southern rock a la Muscle Shoals, Alabama to New Orleans' historic Civic Theatre. Finally we roll 80 miles upriver to the Baton Rouge Blues Festival, featuring dapper Mississippian Little Freddie King; Louisiana swamp blues guitarist Lil Buck Sinegal; Creole zydeco accordionist Jeffery Broussard; and Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens from New York. Turn on, tune in and chill out!

MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

It's a two-hour walk through streets of the city as we dive into two great eras of New Orleans music. First, it's the 1940s and 50s R&B hit factory with studio man Cosimo Matassa, producer, arranger, trumpet player Dave Bartholomew, drummer Earl Palmer and more. There's also a chat with The Meters--Art Neville, George Porter, Leo Nocentelli and Zigaboo Modeliste--in which we get to the bottom of the bottom, find out what's in the pocket and get a definition of funk from the four men who continue to dish it out.

MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

&BIt's a two-hour walk through streets of the city as we dive into two great eras of New Orleans music. First, it's the 1940s and 50s R hit factory with studio man Cosimo Matassa; producer, arranger, trumpet player Dave Bartholomew; drummer Earl Palmer and more. There's also a chat with The Meters -- Art Neville, George Porter, Leo Nocentelli and Zigaboo Modeliste -- in which we get to the bottom of the bottom, find out what's in the pocket, and get a definition of funk from the four men who continue to dish it out.

MAKING NEW ORLEANS MUSIC

It's a two-hour walk through streets of the city as we dive into two great eras of New Orleans music. First, it's the 1940s and 50s R&B hit factory with studio man Cosimo Matassa; producer, arranger, trumpet player Dave Bartholomew; drummer Earl Palmer and more. There's also a chat with The Meters--Art Neville, George Porter, Leo Nocentelli and Zigaboo Modeliste--in which we get to the bottom of the bottom, find out what's in the pocket and get a definition of funk from the four men who continue to dish it out.