Liberty National Jives in the Birthplace of Jazz

Liberty National Jives in the Birthplace of Jazz

While you’re livin’ it up in New Orleans during Liberty National Convention 2014 you’ll be introduced to distinctive musical harmonies, authentic Cajun food, and unique culture.

Jazz music represents the celebratory atmosphere of New Orleans, acting as a soundtrack to daily life in the Big Easy. Even though melodies and styles have changed throughout history, the spirit of jazz music remains the same and plays a prominent role in the upbeat environment of Crescent City.

It’s a Party in the Birthplace of Jazz

Liberty National Grooves to the Beat

Liberty National Grooves to the Beat

When it comes to jazz there are different techniques and sounds musicians share with audiences. What doesn’t differ is the artistic expression transferred through lively brass notes and tones.

Instruments typically heard in jazz music are drums, guitar, piano, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, and trombone. Renowned jazz musicians with NOLA roots include Buddy Bolden, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Harry Connick Jr., Ellis Marsallis, and countless others.

While you’re out on the town, check out live jazz venues in the French Quarter like Bombay Club, The Famous Door, House of Blues, and Preservation Hall.

Liberty National Grooves to the Beat

Jump out of your seat, get on your feet, and put your dancing shoes on! Join us in celebration for #LNLConvention2014.Who are your favorite jazz musicians?