The two-steps and waltzes of southwest Louisiana’s Cajun country were imported to Scotland by Deaf Levels. But, the Scottish quartet’s repertoire continues to be significantly broadened by an influx of Celtic, nation, and rockabilly affects and original music by fiddler/guitarist/vocalist Kenny Brady. While they’ve just released two albums — Les Flammes d’Enfer in 1987 and Center Tracks in 1996 — Deaf Heights is constantly on the create a solid pursuing using their electrifying live shows. Originally called the Deaf Heights Cajun Aces, Deaf Heights was shaped by accordion participant and vocalist Kim Tebble. While Tebble’s squeezebox playing and vocals stay at the primary of their audio, Kenny Brady provides a tradition-minded sensibility on fiddle and electric guitar.