Ann Savoy (given birth to: Ann Allen) knew hardly any about Cajun music when she met Cajun accordion participant and constructor Marc Savoy on the Country wide Folk Celebration in Washington, D.C., in 1975. Under Savoy’s guidance, she discovered the intricacies of Cajun electric guitar playing and performing. Performing jointly since their relationship in 1976, Ann and Marc Savoy continue steadily to explore the original origins of Cajun music. Their group, the Savoy-Doucet Music group, offering Beausoleil fiddler Michael Doucet, offers toured through the entire USA and produced unforgettable albums. So that they can learn the annals of Cajun music, Savoy interviewed lots of the important musicians for any publication, Cajun Music: A Representation of the People. Released in 1985 by Bluebird Press, the publication continues to be the authoritative resource for information regarding Cajun music. Given birth to in St. Louis, MO, and elevated in Richmond, VA, Savoy discovered French as a young child and started playing acoustic guitar at age 12. She consequently majored in French in university. Furthermore to dealing with her spouse, Savoy plays using the Magnolia Sisters, an all-female group offering Jane Udrine, Tina Pilione, Lisa Trahan Reed, and Christine Balfa from the Balfa Toujours. She created the group’s 2000 recording Chers Amis.