The primary attraction of the Canadian-spawned folk trio was Louis Leroux, a guitar virtuoso whose playing made him a significant folk talent in Quebec. The various other associates, on banjo and percussion, had been Martin Overland and Marvin Burke. They documented for Canadian RCA and noticed their work released in the U.S. on RCA Victor’s Camden label through the early ’60s. Leroux eventually became popular for his flamenco-style electric guitar technique, and was still getting sought out being a instructor in the 21st hundred years. This incarnation from the Raftsmen isn’t to be baffled using the Ottawa-based folk group in the 21st century.