Neville on Mardi Gras Day 2007
|Birth name||Charmaine Neville|
|Born||March 31, 1956|
|Associated acts||The Neville Brothers|
Neville was in the news due to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, when the failure of the Federal levees swamped the city of New Orleans. Media reported her tale of witnessing cannibalism, alligator attacks, rape and eventual escape via a commandeered transit bus.
- (1992) It's About Time
- (1992) All the Way Live at Snug Harbor
- (1996) Up Up Up
- (1996) Live at Bourbon Street Music Club (aka Live in Brazil)
- (1998) Queen of the Mardi Gras
- (2007) Jazz Fest Live 2007
- (1981) The Neville Brothers "Fiyo On The Bayou"
- (1988) "New New Orleans Music: Jump Jazz" with Ramsay McLean and the Survivors
- (1992) The Reggie Houston - Amasa Miller Trio "The Gazebo Sessions"
- (1992) "Christmas In New Orleans - R&B, Jazz and Gospel"
- (1996) Andrei Codrescu "Valley of Christmas"
- (2000) "New Prohibition" compilation
- (2000) Marva Wright "Marva"
- (2001) Freddy Omar "Latin Party in New Orleans"
- (2006) Nils Lofgren and Joe Sample "Creole Love Call"
- (2006) Mitch Woods "Big Easy Boogie"
- (2007) James "12" Andrews and The Crescent City Allstars "People Get Ready Now"
- Burnett, John (December 21, 2005). "More Stories Emerge of Rapes in Post-Katrina Chaos". NPR.
- Mitchell, Greg (September 7, 2005). "Charmaine Neville's New Orleans Story: Horror and Heroism". Editor & Publisher.
- "Charmaine Neville". The New York Times.
- "Charmaine Neville Band performing at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival". axs.com. March 24, 2014. Archived from the original on October 27, 2016. Retrieved July 9, 2017.
- A Survivor's Story. Spike.com. September 7, 2005. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015.
- Britt, Donna. "Charmaine Neville Stands by Story of Rapes, Alligator Attacks during Katrina". 9 News Extra.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Charmaine Neville.|
- Official website
- A Survivor's Story: New Orleans resident and Jazz musician Charmaine Neville recalls the horror of surviving Hurricane Katrina
- Counterpunch: How We Survived the Flood
|This article about a jazz singer from the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|