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Topic - Stacey Erdmann
On the final day of this year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, fans camped out early Sunday to get a great spot to hear the closing day set of The Radiators _ one of the city's funkiest blues rock bands _ who have been closing the fest along with the Neville Brothers for years.
"There's some sadness," said Erdmann, "but I wish them all the luck in the world."
"I love their energy and songwriting and their relationship with their fans," said Stacey Erdmann, of San Francisco. "I raised my daughter on this music."