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LBJ has been broadcasting in New Orleans for over 30 years. He’s co-host of News With a Twist on WGNO, and hosts New Orleans Music Playlist on NOLA 38. LBJ is also a longtime radio personality in New Orleans. His range of humor, practicality, our city’s musical history, and local charm serves us well. LBJ is also and avid fisherman; husband to Greta, and dad to Satchel, Connor, and Legend.


Recent Articles
  • NORDC new face of NOLA recreation

    "We are responsible for the mental and physical and social well-being of our entire population, and that is the new NORDC," proclaims Victor N. Richards III, CEO of the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission.

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    Pop’s first horn highlights new Satchmo exhibit

    The very first and last instruments Louis Armstrong blew are but a few of the treasures at Satchmo: His Life in New Orleans, opening at the Old U. S. Mint, just in time for the the Satchmo Summer Festival.

  • New Orleans homegoing for Charbonnet

    Dignitaries, friends, and family gathered at St. Raymond/St. Leo the Great Church to wrap up a real New Orleans sendoff for Armand Charbonnet of the Charbonnet Funeral Home family.

  • Kids swing with the pros at Satchmo Summer Jazz Camp

    The camp was designed to pick up some of the slack from the disappearing music programs in schools in the 90's, and this year's artist-in-residence is the great pianist and composer Patrice Rushen.

  • Gospel stars show up big at Bishop Morton’s final recording

    The stars of the gospel music world descended on New Orleans East last night in what was billed as the final music recording of Bishop Paul S. Morton.

  • Essential Essence

    Essence Communications President Michelle Ebanks opened one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling experiences of The Essence Festival at the Earnest N. Morial Convention Center.

  • NOLA’s stars to shine at Essence Festival

    News With a Twist caught up with Ivan Neville, Tonya Boyd-Cannon, and Dee-1 to find out what they've got in store for this weekend's Essence Festival presented by Coca-Cola.

  • 9th ward family almost home after 10 years

    As we approach the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we're telling the story of people's journeys as they go forward. Imagine if that journey involved a 10-year struggle to get in your home? That's what we found with the Joseph family in the Lower 9th Ward.

  • James Rivers master of jazz and bagpipes

    When you start playing in school with some of the biggest names in music, one would say you can't help but be great.

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    Queen of Bounce has new book and a busy schedule

    NOLA's own Big Freedia the Queen Diva stopped by News With a Twist to tell us about her new book, God Save The Queen and tour.

  • Behind the wheel or the handlebars, NOLA’s roads are for all

    In the past 10 years, New Orleans has become one of the greenest cities in America, and one of the best places to cycle. Whether taking a tour or commuting, the city has grown the cycling footprint to include over 100 miles of bike paths and a more cycle-friendly metro, but there are still challenges.

  • Pierce and Co. tackle gentrification in ‘Brothers’

    New Orleans-born actor Wendell Pierce is starring in a new play that he co-produced. It's about the big question of what our city's neighborhoods would be like after Katrina.