The Chicago Tribune calls Ben Sandmel’s Ernie K-Doe a “triumph.”
Nick Spitzer explored the careers of both New Orleans’s Emperor and the Professor on the December 26th American Routes.
NPR airs yet another segment, this time focused solely on the magnanimous K-Doe and his life, career, and those he influenced. Listen in for interviews with legendary pianist and songwriter Allen Toussaint, guitarist Ernie Vincent, WWOZ station general manager David Freedman, K-Doe back-up singer Eva Perry, and even clips from K-Doe’s infamous ‘OZ hosting gigs.
NPR’s Morning Edition features K-Doe as part of their “Dead Stop” series about unusual cemeteries.
“Ambitious…and eye-poppingly gorgeous” says the Austin Chronicle.
Check out Rolling Stone’s June 21 print issue for a 4-star review of K-Doe!
Publishers Weekly calls Ernie K-Doe “essential reading” for fans of New Orleans and its culture!
Living Blues fans the flame of K-Doe’s legacy in their June issue.
K-Doe crashes USA Today!
Lynell George waxes poetic about K-Doe’s indomitable spirit in the Los Angeles Times.
The book received a starred review in Kirkus Reviews!
The Associated Press‘s story on Ernie K-Doe was picked up by more than 75 outlets across the country!
You can watch author Ben Sandmel talk about K-Doe on WWL‘s and on FOX 8‘s morning shows, accompanied by some classic K-Doe video, or listen to K-Doe hits and clips from his infamous WWOZ radio show on Fool’s Paradise with Rex on WMFU in New Jersey.