Amanda Shaw and Crysti Cali at a lunch to support Festigals, a non-profit organization made to empower women.

Amanda Shaw and Crysti Cali at a lunch to support Festigals, a non-profit organization made to empower women.



On September 19, 2019,  musician and singer Amanda Shaw, celebrates the one-year anniversary of the Amanda Shaw Foundation, a nonprofit created to address the importance of helping others orchestrate dreams. Shaw is honoring her vision for the foundation – to build, sustain and empower Louisiana families – by expanding strategic partnerships with businesses and organizations.

The foundation has plans to expand its outreach to include alliances with business leaders like entrepreneur and jewelry designer, Cristy Cali of Cristy Cali Fine Jewelry. Shaw and Cali are collaborating for an exclusive jewelry design created with the mission of the foundation in mind. Cali, who is known for her thoughtful pieces and spiritually conscious designs, has committed to working with the Amanda Shaw Foundation for jewelry that will benefit the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana (HCCL). The collaboration will support the HCCL’s initiative to empower Latin women and young adults by providing them with the skills needed to be successful in the workforce.

Stay tuned for more information on this new and exciting collaboration. 


Shaw Grand Marshall for Krewe of Thoth

Krewe of Thoth announces Amanda Shaw as the first female Grand Marshal in the history of the parade

Fiddler and singer Amanda Shaw is adding another exciting chapter to the history books this Mardi Gras as she serves as the first female grand marshal for the Krewe of Thoth. The 2019 parade theme is “Thoth Salutes the Greats," which will include a parade featuring float titles like "The Great and Powerful Wizard of Oz," "The Greatest Show on Earth," "The Great Gatsby," and "Great Britain." Amanda will not only roll with the Krewe of Thoth, but the renowned artist will also perform during the parade. Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler! 


Shaw Announces Joie D'Louisiane

For the first Time since Katrina, Miss Shaw brings back her popular sunday brunches at the historical Ye Olde College Inn.

Amanda Shaw and the Cute Guys showcase Cajun culture with a traditional Cajun set during La Joie de Louisiane, the Joy of Louisiana. The Sunday Brunch show is open to the public for a $15 admission. Guests attending will enjoy an intimate and authentic Cajun session with a little storytelling and a delicious brunch. Sunday morning spirits will be available at the bar. The exclusive series will launch Sunday, March 24, and will run the following Sundays during lent. Special guests will make appearances on April 14 and Easter Sunday.


Call 504.866.3683 for more info and reservations