In 1991, filmmaker Raymond De Felitta heard a singer by the name of Jackie Paris on a Los Angeles radio station. He found that Paris had died in 1977 with no further information. Years later in 2004, he discovered that Paris was alive and making a comeback at a New York City nightclub. This documentary film about the unheralded jazz singer is a brutally truthful exploration into what it is to live the life of an artist in its least glamorous aspects. With interviews by Dr. Billy Taylor, James Moody, Anne Marie Moss, Mark Murphy, George Wein, and more.