Kermit Ruffins posted on social media that he is recording a video for a brand new Saints track at his Mom In Regulation Lounge, 1500 N. Claiborne Ave. in Treme at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 23. You will be in it.

“Please put on your Saints gear and are available be part of this video,” he posted on Twitter.

By no means been to the Mom In Regulation? The bar first established itself within the mid-’90s as a house base for Ernie Ok-Doe, the native R&B singer who had a No. 1 hit within the early ’60s with the traditional “Mom-in-Regulation,” however fell on onerous instances within the years that adopted. His spouse Antoinette managed each the bar and her husband’s re-emergence on the music scene till his dying in July of 2001. After his passing, Antoinette grew to become a neighborhood celeb and steward of the tavern till she herself died, abruptly, of a coronary heart assault behind the Mom-in-Regulation bar within the early hours of Mardi Gras 2009. 

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Ruffins reopened the venue in 2014.

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