If you listen to WWOZ's Morning Set , you crave good music in the morning. Oak
Street cafe used to be one of the only places in town serving live music
with breakfast. It has recently been taken over by former staff
members, and is now the Live Oak Cafe. Charles Farmer, longtime house
Check out New Orleanian Alois Maxwell "Al" Hirt (1922-1999), playing his horn during a December 16, 1970 episode of Johnny Cash's musical variety show. The pace here is brisk: Hirt does 3 songs in 4min, 21sec. First, there's a quick "I Walk the Line" with Cash, followed by two songs by Hirt and his band.
Banu Gibson & the New Orleans Hot Jazz Orchestra with a 1986 cover of Jellyroll Morton's "Milenberg Joys". The occasion was the Saint Louis National Ragtime and Classic Jazz Festival from the Goldenrod Showboat; KETC Channel 9 in Saint Louis shot the video.
WWOZ is hosting six college interns this summer. These highly motivated young people are: Ishan Allen, James Bullard, Olivia Broslawsky, Benjamin Russell, Candace Crawford, and Lily Wasserman. The interns are acquiring hands-on experience in various aspects of radio, and their major project is a multimedia presentation exploring music lovers’ perceptions of what jazz is in New Orleans.
Here's a video version of Sarah Quintana's humorous paean to riz au lait (AKA rice pudding, a classic French comfort food) from her 2012 album World Has Changed. In this version she's accompanied by "found" precussion instruments: pots and pans in the kitchen of Huh! Restaurant in Metairie, where the video was filmed.