Just two days shy of the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, singer Jamie Foxx brought some music and laughter to New Orleans with his "Blame It" tour.
Foxx is no stranger to New Orleans. He spent several months here in 2003 for the making of " Ray," the film in which he won an Academy Award for his portrayal of singer-pianist Ray Charles.The actor-comedian said a little fun and laughter is just what New Orleans needs as the fourth anniversary of Katrina approaches.
The storm, which struck Aug. 29, 2005, flooded 80 percent of New Orleans.Foxx said he thinks the people of New Orleans deserve attention
as they continue rebuilding. While parts of the city have recovered well, recovery has been spotty and some neighborhoods are still in ruins.
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