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List of holograms appearing in the Bourbon Street Bar holodeck program in 2364.

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Audience Edit

The audience were holodeck characters in Commander William T. Riker's holoprogram of a New Orleans jazz club. He deleted them immediately because the club was too crowded. (TNG: "11001001")


Bass player Edit

Bourbon Street Bar bass player

A bass player

The bass player was a holodeck character in William T. Riker's holoprogram of a New Orleans jazz club. He played the double bass. (TNG: "11001001")

He was part of Commander William T. Riker's memories while being infected by the predatory vine on the surface of Surata IV and treated in sickbay. (TNG: "Shades of Gray")

The bass player was portrayed by actor Abdul Salaam El Razzac.


Drummer Edit

Bourbon Street Bar drummer

A drummer

The drummer was a holodeck character in Riker's holoprogram of a New Orleans jazz club. The holodeck had been enhanced by the Bynars. He played the drums. (TNG: "11001001")

He was part of Commander Riker's memories while being infected by the predatory vine on the surface of Surata IV and treated in sickbay. (TNG: "Shades of Gray")

The drummer was played by actor Ron Brown.


Pianist Edit

Bourbon Street Bar pianist

A piano player

The pianist was one of three musicians that Riker created in the holodeck program of a jazz club in New Orleans. He played a Lexington piano. (TNG: "11001001")

The pianist was played by musician Jack Sheldon.


Staff Edit

Two waitresses and one bartender were working in the Bourbon Street Bar when Commander Riker activated the program in 2364. He immediately deleted all the characters except the musicians because the room was too crowded. (TNG: "11001001")


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