Marjorie Rigby has been living the life of a female singer in the 1930's. She travels all around the world and let's her beautiful voice sing for the millions of people who adore her. She has the latest styles in fashion, the latest hairstyles, and even the latest musician for a boyfriend. With all that and more, Marjorie isn't happy. She has traveled and seen most of the world and has done many things that not everyone can do. Throughout her career, Marjorie has yearned to do one thing: to be a Jazz Musician. Marjorie spent countless nights in the most upbeat Jazz bars and have always wanted to play one of those instruments. She wanted to dance and sing alongside her fellow jazz members. To persue her dream, Marjorie settles down in New Orleans to start a new life, to start the life that she has always wanted. Going from rich to poor, Marjorie finds that maybe her life in New Orleans isn't so simply. Knowing all she had to do was pick up her phone and press a button to get it all back, Marjorie comes at a crossroads with her life. It was either the dream she's always wanted or the expensive life of her singing career. She had one choice and along the way, she learns that it is not so simple.