April O'Real Busy Month


Spring is in the air. Flowers and onions are blooming, animals are awakening from hibernation, and Vox and the Hound is coming out of hiding. 

After laying dormant for the winter, we have a very, VERY busy April (and May is shaping up to be no slouch either, but we can’t talk about those things quite yet, so just pretend you’re not reading this sentence that I probably shouldn’t be writing anyway).  First up, we are playing at Tulane’s Quad on April 11. While that is fine and good, it is a mere warm up for our other show on April 11 at Gasa Gasa with Brass Bed and Cardinal Sons. Show starts at 10 and we’re up first, so be sure to get out there early. (As always, Facebook event HERE).

But of course, the main reason we are so stoked for April: WE ARE PLAYING JAZZ FEST!!!!!(!!!!!)!!!!! We will be playing on Friday, April 25 at the Lagniappe Stage from 3:55-4:55. You can see us on the world-famous blocks HERE, and be sure to add us to your schedule HERE so you don’t forget (also, if you use the Jazz Fest app and add us, your phone will tell you where to go just like it always does). 

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So, join us for these shows as we make up for lost time in April. And be sure to stay tuned for some big May-related announcements.

We all sing,

We all bark,



About Us

New Orleans-based spaghetti western psychedelic indie-rock quintet Vox and the Hound was originally envisioned as a one-off performance to augment front man Leo DeJesus’s solo material for a local music festival in 2010. However, the group’s undeniable chemistry grew into a full-fledged band that, nearly four years later, still retains its original members in DeJesus on guitar and vocals, Andrew Jarman on bass and vocals, Daniel “D-Ray” Ray on keys, vocals, and trombone, Rory Callais on guitar, and Eric Rogers on drums. The band quickly recorded a batch of DeJesus’s songs for its 2011 EP Hermosa before collaborating to produce their eclectic and dense debut album Courage. Vox and the Hound has gone on to win Gambit Weekly’s Big Easy Music Awards “Best Emerging Artist 2012,” sell out House of Blues’ Parish Room for the Courage release show, and mount a Kickstarter campaign to release Courage on vinyl that doubled its initial goal. Not one to rest on its laurels, Vox and the Hound is currently writing new material in preparation of its next release while continuing to touch on “a panoply of styles, from spare, dreamy soundscapes to vivacious prog-pop and spooky Americana (Allison Fensterstock,


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