If you missed their set at Jazz Fest, check out his hour-and-ten minute performance by Hurray For The Riff Raff in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse on April 3, 2014, part of Lincoln Center's American Songbook.
With her band the Reclines, here's k.d. lang in a vinatage 1980s appearance on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, doing two songs: "Down To My Last Cigarette" and "Tears Don't Care Who Cries Them." These are cuts from the 1988 album Shadowland; produced by Owen Bradley, it's lang's homage to the classic Nashville sound.
New Orleans jazz traditionalists The Smoking Time Jazz Club will be celebrating the release of their new studio album, "Everything Is Righteous," on Sunday, February 1 from 9pm-11:30pm at the Allways Lounge. This is a fun and rare opportunity to catch this band outside of their usual French Quarter/Frenchmen Street haunts.
In this television appearance, Louis Prima, a former student at Warren Easton and Jesuit Highs, rips through a medley of four songs in just three-and-a-half minutes: "When You're Smiling," "C'è La Luna," "Zooma Zooma," and "Oh Marie Awesome." He's performing with Keely Smith, Sam Butera and the Witnesses.