Steven Scaffidi and Rockin' Dopsie, Jr.
Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Louisiana Music Hall of Fame Director Mike Shepherd, Rockin' Dopsie, Jr.
Jam Session at Republic New Orleans
Rockin' Dopsie, Jr. jams with the crowd.
Lynn Drury and Rockin' Dopsie, Jr.
Rockin' Dopsie, Jr., Mike Shepherd, Reed Alleman
Brett Weller
Mike Shepherd (Director - Louisiana Music Hall of Fame), Steven Scaffidi (Ghost Rider Pictures), Brad Bohannan (Music Producer/Publisher)
Mike Shepherd inducts Rockin' Dopsie, Jr. and his legendary father into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame
Artist Varion Laurent
Artist Varion Laurent
Ana Scaffidi, Varion Laurent, Wendy
Lynn Drury
Rockin' Dopsie, Jr., Vince Vance, Mike Shepherd
Vince Vance
Steve Blaze leads the way on the show closing jam "American Pie"
Scott Lee Tully and Lynn Drury
Varion Laurent and Deacon John
Varion Laurent, Deacon John, Steven Scaffidi
Liz and Ainslie (Team Gleason) with Deacon John
Ana Scaffidi and Deacon John
Rosanna and David with Deacon John
Deacon John, Eric Eigher, Skip Seeber
Vince Vance, Mike Shepherd, Deacon John
Mike Hughes, Sydney Beaumont, Lynn Drury, Deacon John, Rockin' Dopsie, Jr., Scott Lee Tully
Louisiana Music Hall of Famer Steve Blaze
Rockin' Dopsie, Jr. and his legendary father Rockin' Dopsie, Sr., were both inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame during the show by Mike Shepherd
Christian Serpas
Aaron Lopez-Barrantes
Eli Seals
Vince Vance
Christian Serpas, Steve Blaze and Vince Vance
Audience members collaborated with the songwriters during the show and wrote the song "Easy Breezy" in less than 10 minutes!
Steve Grisaffe
Rockin' Dopsie Jr. hangs out with the fans after the show
Steve Blaze
Steve Blaze, Lynn Drury, Steven Scaffidi
Rockin Dopsie, Jr., and Ana Scaffidi
Rockin' Dopsie, Jr., Ana Scaffidi, Tina Rubin
15 of Louisiana's best songwriter/musicians on one stage in one night!
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Children's Hospital Auditorium
Producer Brad Bohannan, Rockin' Dopsie Jr, Steve Blaze, Scott Lee Tully and Lynn Drury work with the audience to write "Easy Breezy".
Steve Blaze and a young fan at Children's Hospital.
The audience and songwriters work on "Easy Breezy" with producers Brad Bohannan, John Autin and Mark Carson.
Lynn Drury and Scott Lee Tully
Lynn Drury in front of Mark Carson and Scott Lee Tully
The Jam Session was a big hit with the audience.
Music royalties from "Easy Breezy" will go to Team Gleason and Children's Hospital.
Debbie Pennington, the fan who came up with the story line "Breezy in the Easy" is interviewed by Hit Me America Creator and  Executive Producer Steven Scaffidi.
Rockin' Dopsie Jr, takes center stage on "Easy Breezy".
Children's Hospital and Team Gleason are the official charity partners for Hit Me America.
Lynn Drury, Mark Carson and Scott Lee Tully rehearse "Easy Breezy" before the final performance.
Steve Blaze enjoys the moment with a young fan from Children's Hospital.
Guitar wizard Steve Blaze rocks on "Easy Breezy".
Children's Hospital was a unique and inspirational setting for the "Easy Breezy" Jam Session.
The kids played a big part of the songwriting process.
Executive Producer Steven Scaffidi
Lead Producer Brad Bohannan
Writer/Producer Mark Carson
Producer John Autin
Gritty New Orleans blues singer/songwriter Lynn Drury has fun with the audience.
Scott Lee Tully brings his country roots to the Jam Session.
The audience played a big part in writing a great song with top Louisiana songwriters.
Debbie Pennington jams with Rockin' Dopsie Jr and Scott Lee Tully.
The songwriters perform "Easy Breezy" after the one hour songwriting session.
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Covington Performing Arts Center
Recording the "chant" at the Covington Performing Arts Center
Shooting the video of the "Easy Breezy" chant
Front: Robert Sturcken, John Autin, Steven Scaffidi  -  Back: Eli Seals, Rockin' Dopsie Jr, Mark Carson, Steve Blaze, Debbie Pennington, Scott Lee Tully, Reed Alleman
Rockin Dopsie Jr and a few of the kids who sang their hearts out in the "Easy Breezy" chant
Rockin' Dopsie Jr and the gang
Scott Lee Tully and a Who Dat Fan
Thanks to all who made it happen!
It was a great recording session in Covington, LA!
Rockin' Dopsie Jr leads the way!
Recording "Easy Breezy" with the kids and fans!
"Easy Breezy"
The kids had the time of their lives recording with some great Louisiana artists and producers
Shooting the video
Rockin' Dopsie Jr and a young fan
A huge turnout showed up to record "Easy Breezy"
Dopsie and some fans
Steve Blaze added his famous guitar licks to the track. He's also a big favorite with the fans!
Rockin' Dopsie Jr and another big fan
Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon
A big crowd showed up a Bobby Hebert's for for "Easy Breezy"
Rockin' Dopsie Jr jams with the crowd
Former Saints' quarterback Bobby Hebert "the Cajun Cannon" had a great time with the fans
Hit Me America songwriter Scott Lee Tully jams with the crowd
It was a great party!
Rockin' Dopsie Jr was a big hit with the crowd
Rockin Dopsie Jr jams with "Easy Breezy"
Everyone had a great time
Hit Me America songwriters Brett Weller (far left) and Scott Lee Tully (far right) join Rockin Dopsie Jr in a photo with a music fan
Scott Lee Tully signs a souvenir for a fan
A huge crowd showed up for "Easy Breezy"
It was a memorable night of music and fun
Shooting for TV and YouTube
Josh Sharrard, Todd Adams, TJ Zino
TJ is trying to get the lyrics down for "Rebound Road Trip" before the 1 hour time limit runs out.
Producers Steven Scaffidi and Elton Jones
Elton Jones (top) and Ronnie LeBoeuf
Steven Scaffidi with the mascot of Spirits on Bourbon
Shooting on Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras week
Scaffidi with the bouncer from Spirits
TJ, Scott and Josh arrive at the club in the Spirits hearse on Bourbon Street
The Spirits Hearse
Elton Jones sets up a shot
Steve with his wife Ana
The shot girl gives a customer a ride on the Spirits Barber Chair
The Spirits Barber Chair
Nothing like Mardi Gras on Bourbon Street
Steve Scaffidi toasts with the very first Hit Me Highball created by Spirits bartender Dan Sullivan
Everyone raises a toast with the Hit Me Highball just before TJ, Todd and Josh perform their new song "Rebound Road Trip" live for the very first time in front of their audience/co-writers
"Rebound Road Trip" was a big hit with the crowd
The New Orleans French Quarter during Mardi Gras week
People's Health New Orleans Jazz Market
New Orleans Mission
The Sheik and Sturgis, South Dakota with Eli Seals