Pete Allen & Riverside City Band – Bourbon Street Parade

This is a “Live” recording, 2nd. April 2006, from Riverside City Band’s “Spring Concert” at the Culture House “Magasinet” in Odense, Denmark — featuring Pete Allen in the tune — the old New Orleans classic Bourbon Street Parade. Riverside City Band is a well established professional jazz band and the members are musicians with a […]

Stephen Perry New Orleans

New Orleans Tourism Gushes Success Despite Oil Misperceptions Stephen Perry, President and C.E.O. of the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau BACKGROUND: If you travel to New Orleans in search of the oil disaster, you will be happily disappointed. But if you travel to New Orleans in search of fabulous restaurants, spectacular family attractions, iconic […]

SECRET NEW ORLEANS: TJ & Di Hoochie Coochie Ladies!

VIEUX CARRÉ CONFIDENTIAL! (series) episode #9! TJ Fisher and Di adventures! Drinks and tea with TJ and Di! Start the day with the zany duo, and enjoy a rollicking behind-the-scenes French Quarter morning! Wake up with CNN’s anchorwoman Robin Meade, but come home with TJ and Di, and live their life! So absurd, absolutely fabulous, […]

The city of New Orleans – Willie Nelson

City of New Orleans is a popular song written by Steve Goodman, describing a train trip from Chicago to New Orleans via the Illinois Central Railroad in bittersweet and nostalgic terms. Goodman got the idea while traveling in the train of the same name for a family visit to his wife. He performed the song […]

SECRET NEW ORLEANS: TJ & Di Théâtre d’Orléans! Voodoo Vapors!

VIEUX CARRÉ CONFIDENTIAL! (series) episode #13! TJ Fisher and Di Harris adventures! The Hoo-hah Ladies of the French Quarter live life out loud! In this retro-style film clip — the funky, fun, chic and slightly mad fashionistas open up their world and take you with them! To unexpected places and French Quarter haunts! Tag along […]

New Orleans

Newsreel documentary from the 1920’s with photography and animations illustrating old New Orleans, the Crescent City, at work and at play. Duelling oaks. Influences of colonial France and Spain. Iron grille work. The old townhouses surrounding open courts. New Orleans, the industrial city, where ports and depot junctions distribute throughout, and out from, the heart […]

Musicians Revive Spirit in New Orleans

Most of the New Orleans reconstruction effort has been accomplished by carpenters, plumbers and masons, but as Russ Mitchell reports, musicians have donated their talent and energy into reviving the city. Duration : 0:3:4

City of New Orleans

This is a video dedicated to the Illinois Central’s most famous daytime train. It mostly contains footage of MSTS, but there is a clip or two of TRS2006 and an excursion train me & dad followed to Cookeville back in October of 2005. Enjoy! ONE YEAR! ONE YEAR OF MY MOST POPULAR VIDEO EVER!!!! THANK […]

Willie Nelson performing “City of New Orleans” @Bacchus ’06

I was fortunate enough to attend the Bacchus Ball in 2006, not even 6 months after Katrina in the NOLA convention center and I just happened to start recording Willie when he started the song. I don’t think a song has ever meant so much to me at any time in my life. Just shut […]

Travel to New Orleans

You know about Mardi Gras, the French Quarter and Bourbon Street, but there’s so much more to learn. Find out more about life with http://www.WatchMojo.com in the Big Easy: New Orleans. Duration : 0:1:1