Dennis McGee was among Cajun music’s most influential fiddlers. Although he just recorded for a short five years (1929 to 1934), McGee continued to be an motivation for Cajun music artists through his Acadienne event shows and his huge repertoire, including hundreds of older Cajun tunes. McGee’s 1st fiddle was something special from a cousin. After spending two times in his space teaching himself to try out, McGee had perfected two tunes. Within half a year, McGee was playing for home celebrations throughout southwest Louisiana. McGee and second fiddler Sady Courville journeyed to New Orleans in March and Oct 1929 to record several singles, including his unique compositions “Madame Youthful Donnez Moi Votre (Madame Youthful, Provide Me Your Sweetest),” “Mon Chere Bebe Creole (My Creole Nice Mama)” and “The Content One-Step.” During following recording classes, McGee was associated with fiddlers Ernest Fruge and Amedee Ardoin. Although he discovered to try out accordion and performed the squeezebox during many early dances, the fiddle continued to be McGee’s prime device. An extremely rhythmic participant, McGee was known for his usage of seven different tunings and his mastery of an extended set of dance styles.