Your Favorite Music Fron N'Awlins?

So much variety that responses should be interesting. To start:

Brass Bands - Dirty Dozen, Rebirth
Blues Piano - Profesor Longhair, James Booker
Funk/Pop - Nevilles/Meters, Allen Toussaint, Dr. John, Fats Domino
Dixieland Jazz- The Dukes, Preservation Hall
Jazz- The family Marsalis, Al Hirt, Bix, and, of course, Louis Armstrong!

Fishhead music by the Radiators.
Buckwheat Zydeco, of course! Pete Fountain, of course! And Dr. John, as already mentioned (of course!).

For Jazz Dr. Michael White, a fantastic clarinet player. For blues, John Mooney.
John Gros - Papa Grows Funk
Steve Masakowski (7 string jazz guitar - incredible player)
All the above

I live in Metairie, a Western suburb of New Orleans that escaped most flood damage. It will take awhile for the music scene here to recover. Many musicians are still scattered, and some won't return. There are few clubs open.

The music culture here is very unique and fragile - I hope Katrina hasn't mortally wounded it.
subdudes and dr. john
Beausoleis w/ Michael Ducet.
For live shows, I've never seen anything, anywhere that can top the sheer energy and fun of Rebirth or Cowboy Mouth. Neither seem nearly as successful at recording, unfortunately....
Henry Butler defies categorization.
Radiators for fun. Anders Osbourne for soul and Sonny Landreth for slide guitar.