The Gospel According to New Orleans". is a collection of Iconic New Orleans musicians, commemorates their role in the evolution of the eccentric culture and music Tradition of New Orleans. All depicted in this series are musical and cultural icons who make, or live on through, their significant contributions to the uniqueness of what composes the spirit of New Orleans. They exemplify the joie de vivre that runs through all aspects of life here in all of its diversity. Mr. Okra, Arthur Robinson, was much beloved throughout the city of New Orleans and was known as the last street vendor. He went through all neighborhoods singing out his fruits and vegetables for sale from his colorful truck. he was a regular at Jazzfest.