What to Stream, June 29–July 5

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Cha Wa performs at the Creole Tomato Fest on June 30.

(Photo: Courtesy of Cha Wa)

Happy Independence Week to all. Streaming highlights for the week feature Mardi Gras Indian band Cha Wa from the Creole Tomato Fest in New Orleans; Dee Dee Bridgewater from the Jazz & Heritage Center in New Orleans; a Mi Xiao-Fen album release performance from The Orange Peel in North Carolina, Percolateur’s gypsy jazz from The Sanctuary in Chicago; Bixler, Boccato, Cowherd & Sturm from The Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn and more. As always, a fee is associated with some of the material listed, and some items have been sourced from WBGO, WDCB and WWOZ. Please support jazz radio. DB

June 29: Peter Evans, Being & Becoming — Emanations (New York)

June 30: Min Xiao-Fen White Lotus album release performance from The Orange Peel (Asheville, North Carolina)

June 30: Joe Martin Quartet at Bar Bayeux (Brooklyn)

June 30: Joe Clark & Friends performing the music from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (Chicago)

June 30: Michael Harrison, Seven Sacred Names album release event

June 30: Cha Wa at the Creole Tomato Fest (New Orleans)

June 30: Tribal Gold at The Funky Uncle (New Orleans)

July 1: Mike Alfieri and Walsh Kunkel at An die Music Live! (Baltimore)

July 1: lePercolateur — Gypsy Jazz at The Sanctuary (Chicago)

July 1: Illville Vanguard at Fulton Street Collective (Chicago)

July 1: The Night Crawlers at the Creole Tomato Fest (New Orleans)

July 2: Bixler, Boccato, Cowherd and Sturm at the Soapbox Gallery (Brooklyn)

July 2: Cameron Dupruy at the Creole Tomato Fest (New Orleans)

July 2: Angelika “Jelly” Joseph at the Jazz & Heritage Center (New Orleans)

July 3: Jaime Branch: Fly or Die at Constellation (Chicago)

July 3: Dee Dee Bridgewater Live at the Jazz & Heritage Center (New Orleans)

July 3: TKQ —Ted Baker, Kris Funn, Quincy Phillips at An die Musik Live!

July 3: Jared Rabin at The Sanctuary (Chicago)

July 4: Anaïs St. John & Harry Mayronne at the Popup Porch Fest (New Orleans)



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