This October 20th, one of the great blues players in Louisiana will team up with the legendary bluesman Henry Gray at the Dew Drop Jazz & Social Hall located at 430 Lamarque St. In Mandeville. Showtime is 6:30 but get there early to make sure you get a seat.  There is no reserved seating. Bring seat cushions.  The Dew Drop is an historically important Music Hall  that continues to present top performers in an old time venue.  Don’t forget about the church ladies who serve up killer soul food during the show! A memorable experience.Essentially a barn with shuttered windows that open to pure air, it has bench seats, a small dance floor, and a raised stage.

images  The hall has been in continuous use, and is unchanged, since being built in 1895.  Situated under live oaks, a small church sits next door, and its function room, out back, is where “The Church Ladies” serve up down home cookin’.  Fried catfish, rice & beans, jambalaya, and desert cakes that will put a smile on your face. Watch for the schedule on line, and take a trip to the Dew Drop that will take you back in time.  A beautiful, innocent, and highly rewarding experience.

 

 

 

Mary Margaret Kean, Realtor

504-330-0374

mmknola@gmail.com

 

Middleton O’Malley, Realtor

504-579-4717

SRES (55+ Specialist), GREEN (Sustainable Building Practices),

ABR (Accredited Buyers Rep), GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute)

middleton@amnola.com

 

Coldwell Banker, TEC Realtors

​​504-899-4040

4500 Magazine St., Suite 2

New Orleans, LA  70115 USA

Re/Max Jaret & Cohn

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Rockland, ME 04841 USA

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