The son lately influential zydeco accordionist John Delafose, Geno Delafose has continued to expand on his father’s musical legacy. Regarding his music group, French Rockin’ Boogie, Delafose offers blended the original noises of zydeco using the exhilaration of contemporary dance music. “We’ve that old nation experience,” Delafose stated during a past due-’90s interview, “that smooth swing and we’ve that noisy, bluesy, get-down factor going on, as well. We make an effort to blend it up, provide everybody something they are able to dance to.” A indigenous of Eunice, a little city in southwest Louisiana’s French triangle, Delafose performed frottoir (rub table) in his father’s music group, the Eunice Playboys, at age seven. He continued to seem on seven from the band’s albums, including a collaborative work with his dad, Pere et Garcon Zydeco, in 1992. Although he briefly performed drums, Delafose turned towards the accordion after his dad developed heart disease. He continued to try out the squeezebox after his dad died in Sept 1994. While he mementos the single-row and triple-row diatonic switch accordion for traditional music, he switches towards the piano accordion for up-tempo zydeco rockers. Showing up as an starting take action for his father’s music group since 1993, Delafose released his debut recording on Rounder, French Rockin’ Boogie, the next year. His music group, which required its name from your album’s name, included Charles Prudhomme on tempo acoustic guitar, Steve Nash on frottoir, Popp Esprite on bass, Bobby “BB” Broussard on business lead acoustic guitar, and Delafoses cousin, Germaine Jack port, on drums. The group released two even more discs on Rounder, That’s What I’m Talkin’ About! in 1996 and La Chanson Perdue in ’98, and in addition made an appearance in John Sayle’s film Enthusiasm Fish as well as the soundtrack of Eve’s Bayou. Surviving in a rural portion of Duralde, several kilometers north of Eunice, Delafose continuing to improve horses on his Two times D ranch. In 2003 Delafose and organization returned following a five hiatus with Everybody’s Dancin’ on the changing times Square label.