Linnzi Zaorski gyakran lép fel együttesével, a Delta Royale-lal New Orleansban, a dzsessz szent városában. Zenei repertoárjában a 30-as, 40-es évekből származó szerzemények szerepelnek.
Somewhere in New Orleans ninth ward is an exceptional torch singer that appears to be a cross between Cyndi Lauper and Betty Boop. Her name is Linnzi Zaorski, and in the broad field of New Orleans Jazz artists she is an extreme breath of fresh air. Her voice maybe somewhat high pitched and she might be playing it all up as camp, but Linnzi Zaorski is a unique musical commodity and her CD, 'Hotsy Totsy'is a sheer delight to listen to.
Ms. Zaorski is the kind of artist that you find standing in front of a 1940s style microphone, in a long flowing black gown, gardenia in her hair, and lighted so gently as to only see two pair of fire red lips belt out the tunes of Duke Ellington, George and Ira Gershwin, and Johnny Mercer to a smoke filled cabaret. She and her 'Hotsy Totsy'CD are a throwback to an era that many might have forgot.
Linnzi Zaorski - vocals Seva Venet - guitar Charlie Fardella - trumpet Robert Snow - bass Matt Rhody - violin Chaz Leary - washboard
01 - Better Off Dead 02 - Undecided 03 - Hernando's Hideaway 04 - It Don't Mean A Thing 05 - Sugar 06 - All Of Me 07 - Caravan 08 - If You Were Mine 09 - When I Get Low I Get High 10 - I Can't Give You Anything But Love 11 - Nice Work If You Can Get It 12 - If I Could Be With You 13 - Evenin'