Shreveport’s Booker T. Washington High School Band marches in the Grambling Homecoming Parade, 10/20/12
The Huntington High School band from Shreveport, Louisiana marches in the Grambling Homecoming Parade on 10/20/12
Shreveport rap veteran KP, also known as K-Pistol, first came to prominence in early 2000 with the pioneering rap group N.H.C., who had gained a following with songs like “Lifeguard” and “Parking Lot Pimpin” from their debut album “Respect The Game.” The group eventually broke up, but KP has continued to record and occasionally release new material, more recently putting out Louisiana hits like “Put Your Hands On Me, Then” and “Ratchet Girl.” You can listen to some of KP’s music at http://www.reverbnation.com/kpakakpistol.
Shreveport’s Red River shoreline is dominated by casinos, 10/19/12
A Shreveport aquarelle (at Louisiana Boardwalk)