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Each Thursday evening, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is pleased to present Ogden After Hours, featuring a live musical performance by Southern musicians and an interview by a Southern music historian. Ogden After Hours is an all ages event. There is a children’s activity table each week. Cash bars and food available.
Lynn Drury is one of New Orleans’ most prolific songwriters. She has released 6 collections of original music, each with a little different style and type of arrangement. Lynn’s reputation as a songwriter and performer has grown following the release of her latest recording “Come To My House” in 2014. The record reveals an edgy Rock N Roll side of her songwriting. Don’t miss a chance to hear Lynn in an intimate solo setting. Her video for “Come To My House” is pure fun. Watch it HERE.
Sounds Like: Sheryl Crow, Nora Jones, Carole King
Manager: Elton Foster
Bio: Lynn Drury has been performing, in one arena or another, her entire life. At the ripe old age of five she won a 4-H state competition in Mississippi in pole bending. If you don’t know what pole bending is, it’s a little like barrel racing, Lynn says. That’s horse talk. In a word, rodeos. Once you...See Full Bio
“..that first note got my attention...Not until that first line...a lyric that although I only heard it that one time, has stuck with me since. “I’d rather be messed up than pretty...just like this city”. .. Her voice was flawless. Just the perfect combination of grit and perfect pitch. Passion dripping from every word... By the time she wrapped up her set, Three Muses was packed. I felt as if I had stumbled into some private showcase I should not have been privy to. How could I have just experienced such a great musician that effortlessly? I guess it was my lucky day. Ladies and gents, let me introduce to you... Ms. Lynn Drury. http://www.lynndrury.com Her CD, “Sugar On The Floor” has a track that I listen to over and over again. Blue Streak. Track number 7. You can thank me later. Don’t take my word for it. Go and check her out yourself. Get a CD. Like her on Facebook. I am letting you in on my remarkable discovery!”