Cajun fiddler Waylon Thibodeaux was created and raised in Louisiana’s Bayou Nation, where he began performing music at age eight. At 16, he was called the state’s fiddle champ, his live shows going to become an organization of New Orleans’ Bourbon Road area. Thibodeaux gained his initial wide publicity when he arrived three tracks for the 1995 compilation Margaritaville Café New Orleans–Late Evening Gumbo; for Mardi Gras Information. Other albums consist of 1993’s Cajun Celebration and 1995’s Such as a True Cajun. Subsequent initiatives use in Jackson Square and Tu Me Fais Crier.