The fiddle participant and bandleader from the Hillbilly Ramblers, a Cajun music group whose 1961 track, “Sugars Bee,” became the very first Cajun song to attain the “Billboard Hot 100”, Cleveland Crochet hasn’t been financially compensated for the melody. “I didn’t obtain anything from it,” Crochet stated by phone from his house in Iowa, Louisiana. “Eddie Schuler (owner from the Platinum Music group record label) stole the copyright.” The child of the Cajun musician, Crochet constructed his first fiddle from a cigar package at age twelve. Although he continuing to generate his living as an iron employee, until his pension in 1970, Crochet became a normal at Cajun dances throughout eastern Tx and southwestern Louisiana. Alongside the Hillbilly Ramblers, which he created in the 1950s, Crochet performed every Saturday night time in the Shamrock and Moulin Rouge dance night clubs in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Since his pension, Crochet offers limited his playing to casual jam sessions.