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Jackie Caillier

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The accordionist of the entire year based on the Cajun French Music Association in 1999, Jackie Caillier has led his band the Cajun Cousins towards the upper echelon of Cajun music. As well as Ivy Dugas, Man Vocalist of the entire year in 1997, 1998, and 1999; metal guitarist Danny Cormier; and drummer Keith Richard, Caillier is constantly on the inspire dancers with a lively mixture of 2-techniques and waltzes. A indigenous of Orange, TX, Caillier received his initial accordion being a Xmas present in 1969. As an associate of Dallas Roy as well as the Rambling Aces, he documented the Cajun strike “I’m Glad to be always a Cajun From Chapel Stage” in 1973.

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Full Name Jackie Caillier
Music Songs Little Short Pants, Old Black Pot, Biggest Fool in the World, She Changed Her Mind, Mama's Waltz, Black Sock Two Step, Lafayette Two Step, I Need a Slow Song, La valse heritage, Lost Memory Two-Step, Love Sick Waltz, In My Arms, Heritage Waltz, Don't Get Married, Send Me a Letter, When They Ask About You, Give Her My Part of Heaven, Cajun Lovin' Night, I Thank You so Much, Jolie Cadiene, Can't Change the Past, Cajun Cousin Special, Grand Night Special, Five Minutes with You, Standing on the Mountain, My Turn Will Come, Don't Bury Me, It's Too Late for Him and Her, Nobody Wants Me, Nonc Edward, In the Middle of Nowhere, She Wants Me Back


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Schultze Gets the Blues 2003 Cajun Band (as Jackie Caillier & the Cajun Cousins)

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Schultze Gets the Blues 2003 performer: "Le Chemin de Gravois Gravel Road"

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