New Orleans, the host city of Super Bowl XLVII, will be celebrated in a special program on Super Bowl Sunday, according to a Jan. 8, 2013 press release from CBS Television Network. "New Orleans: Let the Good Times Roll," with Grammy Award-winning New Orleans native Wynton Marsalis, will air on CBS Television Network Feb. 3, 2013 (noon-1 p.m. ET).
Wynton Marsalis, an internationally acclaimed musician, composer and bandleader, is one of Crescent City’s very own. "New Orleans: Let the Good Times Roll" celebrates the rhythm and soul of the Big Easy through its music, its people, its traditions and its love of football and the New Orleans Saints as it prepares to kick off the biggest party of the year, Super Bowl XLVII. CBS Sports’ Sarah Rinaldi produces the program.
CBS Sports broadcasts the Super Bowl for the 18th time in its 53-year history of broadcasting the National Football League, and the fifth time from New Orleans, when Super Bowl XLVII is played on Feb. 3, live from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
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CBS will broadcast a number of special shows during the week leading up to and on the day of the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl coverage, from Jackson Square in the French Quarter, will include: "The Talk," "Super Bowl Today," "Super Bowl Live," "Inside the Super Bowl," "CBS This Morning" (Thursday-Saturday), "CBS Evening News," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" (Feb. 3), "NFL Monday QB," "ROME" with Jim Rome Monday-Friday), "Lead Off" – CBS Sports Network’s new late night show, "Inside the NFL" on Showtime (Wednesday), "Eye on Pro Football in New Orleans" on CBSSports.com, "OMG! Insider" with Kevin Frazier (all week), CBS Sports Radio (all week) and coverage by CBS local affiliates.