Originally formed within the spirit from the rural, old-time zydeco style, as time passes the Opelousas, Louisiana-based group Zydeco Drive began moving towards a funkier, even more bass-driven sound reflecting an array of influences. Upon debuting in 1988, Zydeco Drive comprised bandleader Bobby “Mann” Robinson, vocalist/accordionist Jeffrey Broussard (the kid of Lawtell Playboys frontman Delton Broussard), his brothers Herbert on rub plank and Shelton on electric guitar, and drummer Raymond Thomas. Quickly their propulsive audio captured on with dancehall viewers throughout Louisiana and East Tx, and in 1990 they released their self-titled debut LP, implemented a year afterwards with the Sun’s HEADING DOWN. After issuing 1992’s Shaggy Pup Two-Step, Zydeco Drive came back in 1994 using the Zydeco Push, using the title monitor spawning a lambada-like dance trend among supporters. It’s La-La Period implemented in 1995.