While they aren't characters on The Dukes of Hazzard, Roscoe, Lee & Abadie might well represent the nineteenth-century kin of those incorrigible Duke boys. Roscoe, Lee & Abadie are a music trio that have performed together for years at venues across the country and have appeared on the History Channel and National Public Radio. Their repertoire includes popular music of the mid-nineteenth century, spirituals and hymns, Irish and Scottish songs, military and patriotic songs, and traditional New Orleans songs. The group will be performing at the Historic New Orleans Collection today and on February 15 in conjunction with the Collection's current exhibition, Occupy New Orleans! Voices from the Civil War. As additional incentive, consider that you may be the lucky recipient of a phrenology reading (the nineteenth-century technique of assessing one’s personality based on the shape of one’s skull), which the trio offers as part of their act. Make no bones about it, this will be an entertaining show. Free. Noon–4 pm. 533 Royal Street. (504) 523-4662 or visit hnoc.org.