Leo Soileau was among the dominating Cajun musicians from the 1930s and early ’40s. His a lot more than 100 recordings included such important music as “Hackberry Hop,” “La Gran Mamou,” La Valse De Gueydan,” and his best strike, “Jolie Blonde.” Taught the fiddle by important Cajun fiddlers Dennis McGee and Sady Courville, Soileau produced his documenting debut, in 1928, when he became a member of with accordionist Mayeus Lafleur to record the next Cajun record ever, “He Mon.” Pursuing Lafleur’s loss of life, nine days later on, he teamed with accordionist Moise Robin. He also documented, in the past due ’20s, using the Soileau Couzens. Developing his own music group, the Three Aces, with tempo guitarists Floyd Shreve or Dewey Landry and bassist/drummer Tony Gonzalez in the first ’30s, Soileau extended the group right into a quartet, the Four Aces, in 1934. They later on became the Tempo Males. The group drove to Chicago in 1941 to record the to begin nearly 100 tunes in the Windy Town. Soileau remained mixed up in early ’40s, documenting with Leo Soileau’s Tempo Males. Dropped by Decca when the label made a decision to quit recording Cajun music artists at the start of World Battle II, the group continuing to perform on the Sterling silver Star Membership in Lake Charles for eight years. Moving towards the Showboat Membership in Orange, TX, the music group continued to try out jointly for another 2 yrs. Although Soileau as well as the group made an appearance frequently on the air, they never documented once again. In the past due ’40s, Soileau remaining music to utilize his brothers in an over-all contracting company in Ville Platte. He passed away in August 1980.