Linnzi Zaorski

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Date of birth March 3, 1978
Genre Jazz
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Linnzi Zaorski is an American jazz singer and songwriter based in New Orleans, Louisiana.

She started out performing with the New Orleans Jazz Vipers and then formed her own backing band, Delta Royale.[2] In 2002, Zaorski and Delta Royale recorded their self-titled debut album, including standards such as "The Way You Look Tonight", "Stars Fell on Alabama", and "Dream a Little Dream of Me". The album contains seven live tracks recorded at the Spotted Cat in New Orleans and six studio tracks. Zaorski provides vocals, with Delta Royale providing guitar, bass, saxophone, clarinet, and trumpet. No drums appear on the recording.[3]

Recorded in 2004, Hotsy-Totsy includes Zaorski's first original composition, "Better Off Dead", and standards such as "Hernando's Hideaway" and "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)". Delta Royale added violin and washboard and recorded without clarinet or drums.[4] "Better Off Dead" was featured in the film The Mechanic (2011) with Zaorski appearing as the jazz club singer.

Linnzi Zaorski is an American jazz singer and songwriter based in New Orleans, Louisiana.

She started out performing with the New Orleans Jazz Vipers and then formed her own backing band, Delta Royale.[2] In 2002, Zaorski and Delta Royale recorded their self-titled debut album, including standards such as "The Way You Look Tonight", "Stars Fell on Alabama", and "Dream a Little Dream of Me". The album contains seven live tracks recorded at the Spotted Cat in New Orleans and six studio tracks. Zaorski provides vocals, with Delta Royale providing guitar, bass, saxophone, clarinet, and trumpet. No drums appear on the recording.[3]

Recorded in 2004, Hotsy-Totsy includes Zaorski's first original composition, "Better Off Dead", and standards such as "Hernando's Hideaway" and "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)". Delta Royale added violin and washboard and recorded without clarinet or drums.[4] "Better Off Dead" was featured in the film The Mechanic (2011) with Zaorski appearing as the jazz club singer.

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