I’ll be in Baton Rouge this evening, then heading to New Orleans tomorrow:
Meetup in Baton Rouge, LA
Meetup is set for Saturday, April 1st at 6:00pm
The Chimes
3357 Highland Road, Baton Rouge (north end of the LSU campus, next to the Varsity Theatre)
(225) 383-1754
Meetup in New Orleans, LA
Meetup is set for Monday, April 3rd at 8:00pm
Carrollton Station
8140 Willow Street, New Orleans
(504) 865-9190
Biloxi & Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Biloxi, April 4th
Hattiesburg, April 5th
If you have suggestions for must-sees and must-dos in either town, please drop us a comment.
Thanks. Tim


  1. Beth Ackerman
    October 01, 2006 at 10:28pm
    I'd like to create a station on more general terms than "group" or "song". I'd like to choose a genre like "classic rock" or "contemporary Christian" because I like many different styles within a genre not just a style similar to one artist. OR it would be cool to blend two or more stations that I create.
  2. Tim Trant
    October 27, 2006 at 7:03am
    Hey ya'll When you go to Louisiana be sure to go to Lafayette - there is a fabulous music scene there - check out Grant Street Dance Hall - plus plenty of smaller clubs with very hot zydeco - blues - cajun - TT
  3. Alyson Haymark
    November 17, 2006 at 8:20am
    You cannot go to Baton Rouge and New Orleans without stopping (and staying for a bit)in Lafayette. You would be so sorry! The music scene, the food and the people are all wonderful. Check out www.bluemoonpresents.com. This is my favorite neighborhood bar and a great place for music and a whole lotta dancin'. It's also a hostel. There are a zillion things you need to see here and you have to get a taste of our local music!!! Love Pandora! Great job.
  4. Cynthia
    May 22, 2008 at 6:31pm
    Tim~ Just found our about Pandora and am having so much fun creating my own stations. I was wondering if you were still on your Roadtrip. I noticed you had been to Lafayette LA last time you were in the area. If not please consider this your official invitation to come meet great people, eat incredible food and hear fantastic music. The area is known for several festivals which would give a great opportunity to hear some local musicians. I hope you'll consider coming in the fall of '08 for the Festival L'Cadiane, which showcases cajun and zideco music. I lived in Dallas for 25 years and when I came home my trip was not complete unless I went to the Blue Moon, which is a bar and hostel with consistantly has the best music in town. Grant Street is another good venue. The people, food and music will live up to their legendary status. It will make you want to move Pandora to Lafayette so you and your staff can enjoy the region year round! Thanks for the great music! Cynthia
  5. mike
    March 12, 2009 at 10:07pm
    come to oxford, check out proud larry's,Fat Possum Recording Studio,head west on hwy 315 to the jxn of hwy's49/&hwy61 That area has some stories.While there go visit a local blues venue in clarksdale,ms. Look for the history-don't expect it to come to you. Enjoy - I Have!
  6. Dillon
    April 18, 2009 at 12:41am
    If you pass through Denham Springs, check out the Antique Village. After your done checking out the old theater and antiques, stop by the restaurant Sharp's Cafe. They have out of this world Louisiana cooking and a great atmosphere.
  7. Dillon
    April 18, 2009 at 12:43am
    P.S. This website is genius!
  8. Janice
    December 28, 2009 at 7:03pm
    Hey Tim, will you check out this website? My husband is Randy, and he is the featured artist with the "2 X-Treme Band" here in Jackson, MS. He is also a veteran disc jockey. He has an upcoming show with Vic Allen & Robert "The Duke" Tillman, at a local club called: COUPLES, on January 15, 2010......they would be honored if you could check them out! Respectfully Submitted...THANKS TIM!!!! GREAT SITE......

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