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Roy Carrier

While not aswell referred to as his son Chubby, accordionist Roy Carrier enjoyed an effective zydeco profession in his own best. A indigenous of Lawtell, Louisiana, he discovered to try out in the original Cajun design from his personal father, and later on formed his personal music group which he …

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Roddie Romero

This zyde-cajun accordionist’s first effort, THE BRAND NEW Kid around, was made by Rick Lagneaux, the keyboardist using the Wayne Toups Band. Romero was nominated because the Greatest New and Upcoming Work with the Cajun French Music Association.

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Sam Brothers

The Sam Brothers — vocalist and bandleader Leon, lead guitarist Carl, bassist Glen, washboard player Calvin and drummer Rodney — were among zydeco’s most prominent family acts, producing their initial splash while still within their teens and afterwards becoming perhaps one of the most electrifying bands around the contemporary zydeco …

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Zydeco Party Band

It is nearly a certainty that is the just music group available taking part in zydeco music that offers the name of house music group for the Muppets Tonight display. The band’s undertake life will come from its bandleader, Doug Legacy, who performed accordion using the irreverent and today defunct …

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Zydeco Force

Originally formed within the spirit from the rural, old-time zydeco style, as time passes the Opelousas, Louisiana-based group Zydeco Drive began moving towards a funkier, even more bass-driven sound reflecting an array of influences. Upon debuting in 1988, Zydeco Drive comprised bandleader Bobby “Mann” Robinson, vocalist/accordionist Jeffrey Broussard (the kid …

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Clifton Chenier

The undisputed “Ruler of Zydeco,” Clifton Chenier was the first Creole to become presented a Grammy award on nationwide television. Mixing the French and Cajun 2-techniques and waltzes of southwest Louisiana with New Orleans R&B, Tx blues, and big-band jazz, Chenier made the present day, dance-inspiring, noises of zydeco. A …

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Cowboy Mouth

Cowboy Mouth certainly are a collective of ’80s rock and roll & move survivors — music artists with small new influx and choice connections who’ve aspired to AOR stardom. Produced in the first ’90s after choice rock and roll had broken in to the mainstream, the group fused AOR with …

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Chris Ardoin

Another generation product from the southwestern Louisiana region’s most famed music dynasty, nouveau zydeco accordionist Chris Ardoin followed within the customs established by his dad, French Zydeco Music group frontman Lawrence “Dark” Ardoin; his grandfather, Cajun “la la” story Alphonse “Bois Sec” Ardoin; and his faraway cousin, Creole virtuoso Amad√© …

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Kristi Guillory

The new variety of Cajun music artists had forget about promising a representative in the close from the 20th century than Kristi Guillory, who was raised in the center from the Acadian nation and was fiddling using the buttons and keys with an accordion at an age when a great …

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Boozoo Chavis

Boozoo Chavis (given birth to Wilson Anthony Chavis) was among the pioneers of zydeco, the Cajun and blues cross types while it began with southwest Louisiana. Although his self-composed 1954 one, “Paper in my own Shoes and boots,” was the initial zydeco strike, Chavis was distrustful from the music sector …

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