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Gasa Gasa (ガサガサ) is a Japanese word that describes a rustling sound in nature. Something you might hear before crossing paths with a tiger. It’s also used to describe someone unfocused and rough.
On May 2, 2014, Lost Bayou Ramblers played their first show at Gasa Gasa, an inspiring and intimate music venue on Freret St., New Orleans. They had an amazing night and were surprised to hear that the club had recorded the entire performance. The result is Gasa Gasa Live, an uncensored New Orleans throw-down, with a jumping energy and
fan-to-band symbiosis that only happens when the night is right. The 3rd of 4 shows for the Ramblers that day, the band was entering its first ever performance at Gasa Gasa, warmed up from an earlier set at New Orleans JazzFest. As soon as the first notes began flowing from the fiddle and accordion, fuzzy bass and drums joined in, and it was the beginning of one of those nights you never forget, where the music plays the band, and the beer flows like a fountain. Close your eyes, put yourself in the middle of a rowdy Gasa Gasa crowd, and c'mon!