Tipitina’s unveils new ‘Tipitina’s Record Club’

Over the course of its decades-long existence, thousands of shows have been performed at Tipitina’s and many of them have been recorded. The club’s latest effort to develop innovative ways of dealing with the severe downturn in business because of the coronavirus pandemic is a new record club featuring exclusive vinyl albums.

Two of the releases already scheduled are live recordings by James Booker and the Radiators. The first release is already out and it’s a killer set by Professor Longhair, the patron saint of the venue, which was recorded at his home back in 1973. It is a limited edition, custom-colored 33 RPM, 180-gram vinyl record exclusive to Tipitina’s record club members.

Future releases will include the aforementioned live sets plus the 25th anniversary deluxe edition of Galactic’s debut album, Coolin’ Off. New albums come out every two months and a yearly subscription features a nearly fifteen percent discount over the bi-monthly price. All details can be found here.

This is another great way to support one of the icons of the New Orleans music scene, an incubator of local talent and a favorite venue for hundreds of touring musicians and many thousands of music lovers.

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