Encouraged with the Rounder record label, Cajun accordionist/vocalist Eddie LeJeune (1951-2000) became a member of with guitarist/vocalist D.L. Menard and fiddler Ken Smith, in 1992, to record an record of traditional Cajun music as Le Trio Cadien. The boy of important Cajun music pioneer Iry LeJeune, LeJeune performed a major function within the album’s audio, incorporating tempo and bass into his squeezebox melodies. “The Hank Williams of Cajun Music,” Menard taken care of a solid tempo on classical guitar, while Smith summoned a variety of textures along with his fiddle. Even though trio regarded reuniting for another recording, the loss of life of LeJeune in 2000 end such discussions.