On March 10, the elegant Garden District home and garden of Edmund and Anne Redd was packed with revelers there to support a good cause, the Legacy Donor Foundation, and to have a spirited time, as the “Soul Revival” gathers those who like their music loud and fast and their food finger-licking good. The music included the soulful sounds of Tyronne Foster and the Arc Singers, Hot Rod Lincoln and Luv Sexy. If guests weren’t dancing, then they were dining on down-home cuisine, courtesy of the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel. Thea Pagel Productions was key in helping coordinate the night’s festivities. But with all this fun, there is a serious side, because the money raised at this event helps the Legacy Donor Foundation bring awareness to the critical need for organ and tissue donation.

A Harmonic ConvergenceEvent co-chairs Corinne and Darryl Berger Jr.

A Harmonic ConvergenceRichelle and David Voelker with Anne Redd

A Harmonic ConvergenceJoey Marcotte, Doug Slakey and Legacy Donor Foundation executive director Jeanette Slakey

A Harmonic ConvergenceEvent co-chair Bob Brown, Celeste Eustis and Bill Oliver

A Harmonic ConvergenceSheryl and Clinton Smith

A Harmonic ConvergenceEdmund Redd, Nora Kuhlmann, and Cleland and Kay Powell