Haley Reinhart Set to Perform at French Quarter Festival in New Orleans

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Haley Reinhart is heading back to New Orleans!

She’ll be reuniting with Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra at the 2015 French Quarter Festival to play the music of Nirvana, Queen, and Led Zeppelin. Other special guests are The Breton Sound, Glen David Andrews, and Stanton Moore.

They’re set to perform on the Abita Beer Stage at 5:25pm on Friday, April 10th 2015. Admission to the festival is free.

Haley performed with Irvin and NOJO this past November at the House of Blues New Orleans for their Rock and roll tribute. At that show, Haley got to sing 5 songs. In case you missed it, this is what they have in store for you:

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Haley Reinhart University of New Orleans Interview

While down in New Orleans for the big House of Blues show that took place Thursday night with Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, Haley Reinhart sat down for an hour-long admirable, and educating interview by none other than Irvin Mayfield himself at the University of New Orleans.

Irvin starts off with giving what appears to be a college class a brief summary about Haley and how her musical roots sprouted from her family in Chicago, and lists many of her big musical accomplishments over the years. For a good portion of the interview, Haley dishes out all of the details about what auditioning for American Idol is really like, on and off camera. You’ll definitely learn things you didn’t know about the show by watching this interview. Also, you’ll definitely learn things you didn’t know about Haley by watching this interview as well.

Irvin asks many questions about her life before, during, and after American Idol. Also what making the transition to Los Angeles, and pursuing her dreams has been like, the good and the bad!

This is a wonderful interview to watch. Haley’s humble, honest self, and her intelligence and insight on her career really make you respect her even more for the true artist and human being that she is. This is an interview that you do not want to miss. It’s a bit long, but well worth the watch!