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2014 Big Easy Music Awards 

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Q93 DJ Wild Wayne hosted the Big Easy Music Awards.
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Best Country/Folk and Best Male Performer nominee Luke Winslow-King with WWNO’s Music Inside Out host Gwen Thompkins.
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Walter “Wolfman” Washington & The Roadmasters won Best Rhythm & Blues.
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Jim Boa and Karen Brandt of Harrah’s New Orleans with Gambit Publisher Margo DuBos and Editor Clancy DuBos.
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Kelli Jones-Savoy and Philippe Billeaudeaux of Best Cajun winner Feufollet.
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Singer/songwriter Kristin Diable and Best DJ/Electronica winner Quickie Mart presented awards.
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Multi-instrumentalist and composer James Rivers was honored with the Music Heritage Award.
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Anais St. John sang “Cheek to Cheek.”
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Sweet Crude won Best Emerging Artist.
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WWOZ DJ Action Jackson presented the Lifetime Achievement Award, which Bo Dollis Jr. and Rita Dollis accepted for Theodore Emile “Bo” Dollis, big chief of the Wild Magnolias.
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Myles Weeks, Andrew Duhon and Maxwell Zemanovic won the award for Best Country/Folk.
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Best Zydeco winner, Lil Nathan, and his father, Nathan Williams Sr., joined Best Emerging Artist winners Sweet Crude on stage for a performance.
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Joe Lastie and Rickie Monie of Preservation Hall Jazz Band which won awards for Best Traditional Jazz and Best Album.
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Best Country/Folk and Best Male Performer nominee Luke Winslow-King with WWNO’s Music Inside Out host Gwen Thompkins.
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