The Frontline- Blogging the Postmodern South

The Frontline began as a blog about
Southern hip-hop. It grew out of a
magazine column into a blog and has
since grown and changed into something
far bigger than any one genre of music.
Enjoy my journey down a mental Highway
61 into landscapes of the blues, soul, jazz,
funk and yes- hip-hop as well. In short, a
journey through the post-modern South.
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Perhaps my favorite breakfast spot in New Orleans (at Who Dat Coffee Cafe)

My homeboy Danny Peterson on drums with Mel Waiters at the Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival in Lafayette Square (at Lafayette Square)

Men of Class second-line

Men of Class second-line (at Who Dat Coffee Cafe)

America’s Spelling Crisis. Evidently they rap AND fix cars! (at Uptown 3rd Ward)

Getting ready for the second-line (at Chocolate Bar)

Before the second-line on Gravier Street (at Club Teede)

Dinner after the game (at Portico Bar & Grill)

Block Party at Tiger Plaza #GramblingHomecoming2014 (at Grambling State University)

The Workd-Famed Grambling Tiger Marching Band (at Eddie Robinson Stadium)