If there’s one thing that NCIS: New Orleans season 4 is keeping the tradition alive for from past few seasons, it’s having musical guests on the show. This is really not something that the majority of scripted primetime shows can pull off, but there’s something a little different about one set in the Big Easy. Music is a huge part of the city’s DNA, and given some of Pride’s own connections to music (not to mention the bar), there are constantly opportunities to feature bands and artists on this show.
You’re going to see a little bit more of this on the November 21 episode, which is the last one of the series before the Thanksgiving holiday. X Ambassadors are going to be stopping by, and to go along with that, they will be performing two songs! Check out more in the synopsis CarterMatt has for you below:
“Hard Knock Life” – Pride second-guesses evidence suggesting homeless kids are the suspects in the murder of a petty officer, on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, Nov. 21 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. The band X Ambassadors performs “Ahead of Myself” and “The Devil You Know” at the New Orleans Tricentennial Festival.
For those of you who are actually interested in some more information on this subject, New Orleans is going to be celebrating its Tricentennial in 2018, and what that means is they’ll be having some huge celebrations like no other! This is a city that is older than the United States of America and there’s so much history and culture that is there to commemorate. Hopefully, the band’s performance will fulfill the party atmosphere and celebration that we’d hope to see.
As for the remainder of the episode, there’s also going to be a part of New Orleans city life prominent in the story as well: The homeless community. It’s obviously not something that many people out there want to talk about, but it remains a huge problem in almost every city. We just hope that 1) these kids aren’t actually the guilty party in the story and 2) the show offers up some hope for homeless people and also shows how others can help with the problem. It’s about raising awareness and finding solutions rather than just judging them or assuming the worst about them all of the time.
Hopefully, this episode will give us plenty to feel thankful about as we get closer to the Thanksgiving holiday. Once there is some more news about it, we’ll have it for you here (more than likely, it’ll be coming in the week before the installment airs.)
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