Swamp-pop pioneer Warren Surprise was created Warren Schexnider in Abbeville, LA in Feb 18, 1937; after starting his professional profession began at age group 12 while completing for his dad, a drummer within the Cajun music group Rayne-Bo Ramblers, 3 years afterwards he agreed upon on with the united states group Larry Brasso’s Rhythm-aires, accompanied by a stint using the Natural herb Landry Music group. Furthermore to afterwards fronting his very own combo, the We-Wows, Surprise became among the best program drummers in southern Louisiana prior to making his single debut in 1958 using the one “The Prisoner’s Tune”; the record continued to sell 25 % of the million copies, its fusion of R&B, nation, Cajun and Creole noises pointing just how for the introduction from the south Louisiana swamp-pop visual. In 1962 Surprise teamed with fellow local legends Fishing rod Bernard and Neglect Stewart to create the Shondells, and in the years to check out he released some single singles and LP’s including 1977’s Boppin’ Tonight, 1992’s Evening After Evening and 1999’s Live and In the Studio room. In 1980, Surprise teamed up with saxophonist Willie “Tee,” and shaped the group Cypress. While that music group dissolved four years afterwards, the duo continuing collaborating until 1994. Carrying out a stint using the Louisiana supergroup Lil Music group O’ Yellow metal in 1998, Surprise and Willie “Tee,” reformed Cypress in 2004 and so are along the way of completeing a fresh CD.