Wade Fruge was among the last of the fantastic previous timey Cajun fiddlers. Known for his sensitive grace records, piercing chords and effective bowing, Fruge mixed soulful using highly-skilled articulation. Although hardly ever a full-time musician, Fruge’s like of music provided his playing a rarely-heard psychological depth. A lot of Fruge’s repertoire was inherited from his grandfather, Napoleon Fruge, and blues-tinged fiddler, Douglas Ballard, who also trained Canray Fontenot. The entire set of 25 paths that he documented during his life time were compiled within the album, TRADITIONAL STYLE Cajun Music, offering guest music artists Michael Doucet and Marc and Ann Savoy.