In the year following Katrina, as we all continued the struggle to rebuild our
lives, homes and city, it was particularly gratifying to participate in the
come-back of some of the landmark venues in the city, honored to be
playing as the "house band" for these events (which also served as fund
raisers for the Musicians' Clinic).  The musicians and crowd were electrified
with the joy and energy of recapturing a bit of life and culture as we knew it
before the storm, forgetting for an evening that we still had an incredible
amount of work to do...

SOME OF OUR POST-KATRINA GIGS IN 2006 WERE SO MUCH FUN, WE
CAN'T BELIEVE WE WERE PAID TO PLAY...
ERNIE K-DOE JAM SESSION AND
FUND RAISER AT PARKWAY
BAKERY - JULY 2006
Cullen Landry and Guitar Slim Jr in background
with Antoinette K-Doe , Tee Eva, Geannie, Jay Nix
groovin' to the music.
THE RE-OPENING OF ERNIE K-DOES MOTHER-IN-LAW
LOUNGE ("BURY KATRINA" PARTY) IN AUGUST 2006.
JAY NIX AND CULLEN
ERNIE WAS THERE TOO
FORMER K-DOE BAND MEMBERS SIT IN
FREDDY STAEHLE
CYRIL NEVILLE  AND CULLEN LANDRY
CRANSTON CLEMENTS
GUITAR SLIM JR AND
ANTOINETTE K-DOE
ERNIE K-DOE WAS THERE
FOR THE PARTY
GUITAR SLIM JR
HENRY HITT
On the deck at Southport - Poker Run
Benefit - Summer 2006
Al Poche and Barney Smith
Nat Montalbano
Phat 2's Day, Henry Hitt, Cullen Landry, Harry Ravain
Freddy Staehle
Henry Hitt, Joe Lovechio, Cullen Landry, Earl Stanley, Nat Montalbano
Joe Lovechio, Freddy Staehle & Cyril Neville