Ernie K-Doe’s Mother-in-Law Lounge owner decides to try and keep it open, after all

This just in – the Stomp’s Alison Fensterstock with the latest on the future of Ernie K-Doe’s Mother-in-Law Lounge.

Just about a week after deciding that she would close the landmark tavern she took over after her mother’s death last year, Betty Fox has announced that she will try to keep the Mother-In-Law Lounge open after all. The outpouring of support that came after her announcement on June 20 prompted a change of heart, she said.

Read more on NOLA.com, including the details on the upcoming July 5th benefit….

Ernie Kdoe and Friends
On March 25, 2000, four young New Orleans acts played with K-Doe at the Mother-in-Law Lounge as a tribute to one of their most important mentors. K-Doe loved to teach his children and they loved to learn from their favorite teacher. The bands that night were The Rubber Maids, Egg Yolk Jubilee, The McGillicuddys, Fireball Rockett and Mr. Quintron. (the blurry face underneath Martin Luther King is the Stomp's D Lefty Parker) Photo by Scott Saltzmann

When I think about the Mother-In-Law lounge, I always picture K-Doe singing this song in his club: “Come on Home.”

Ernie K-Doe, Come on Home

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