Jazz-pop poet Rickie Lee Jones has made a career of experimenting fearlessly with sound and persona over 15 critically acclaimed albums. Strains of swamp-pop, honky tonk and Cajun waltzes wind through her first album of all new material in ten years, 2015’s "The Other Side of Desire," produced in her new home town of New Orleans. The Other Side of Desire could not have been written without the backdrop of The Big Easy; its river, trains, barroom ghosts and sudden bands all playing the same song. Jones lives on the opposite side of the street made famous by the Tennessee Williams play, hence the album’s title. VIP meet & greet package available.