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Jay Mazza has been documenting the music scene in New Orleans for three decades. He was editor of Beat Street Magazine, "The National Geographic of New Orleans Music and Culture".
He's written for Downbeat, the Times-Picayune, Offbeat and Blues Access. He wrote the "Jazz City" column and covered culture for the Lousiana Weekly from 1992 to 2005.
He wrote 'I Got the Fish in the Head: A Radiators Retrospective', a cultural, first-hand documenting of New Orleans and its music scene centered on iconic band The Radiators. His opus is 'Up Front & Center: New Orleans Music at the End of the Twentieth Century'. His latest book is "Not Just Another Thursday Night: Kermit Ruffins and Vaughan's Lounge."
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