While waiting for the train from Liernais to Saulieu Fr; here’s a ragtime interpretation of a well known Bluegrass fiddle tune on a Cajun accordion. On fiddle it’s usually played in the key of F. Clarence White recorded a beautiful flatpicking guitar version of it in the key of C.
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Bob Godfried and Bob Cohen play a Dennis McGee tune at John Allen’s Solstice party, Dec. 21, 2007, Beacon, NY.
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Nathan abshire and the Balfa brothers playing hey negresse + Dewey Balfa interview – extracted from the documentary “Dedans le sud de la Louisiane” – 1974
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Cajun Musicians The Savoy Family Band…Cajun music performed by a family from Savoy, Louisiana… near Eunice. From Left to right is brothers Wilson Savoy Joel Savoy, Dad Mark Savoy & mom Ann Savoy.
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Ryan’s web site – http://www.captainfiddle.com Ryan Thomson has been leading the Crawdad Wranglers band since 1989. This evening concert was recorded several years ago at the village green in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Because of pouring rain during much of the concert, many of the audience members were seated in their automobiles to stay dry, and honked their horns to signify applause. The Crawdad Wranglers continue to perform throughout New England for concerts and cajun/zydeco dances. Contact Ryan Thomson through his web site for booking information. Ryan also teaches accordion and fiddle in workshops, classes, and private lessons. Band members at this concert include: Ryan Thomson – accordion, Brian Richardson – guitar, Steve Brown – drums, Bill – bass, Paul Mangion – rub board and cajun triangle.
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Ryan’s site – http://www.captainfiddle.com The Crawdad Wranglers, led by Ryan Thomson on accordion, perform at the annual Bread and Roses Festival in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The band continues to perform throughout New England. Other regular band members include Paul Mangion on percussion and vocals, Steve Brown on drums, Jeff Lind on bass, and Brian Richardson on guitar.
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Here is a clip From the “Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler from Randol’s” show featuring Nous Autres cajun band. Randols is an authentic cajun resturant/dance hall located in Lafayette, Louisiana. They feature live cajun music almost every night of the week. I would recommend a trip there.
Check them out at http://www.randols.com
I do not know much about the Nous Autres band. If anyone does, please let me know and I’ll post it.
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Filmed Aug. 06, 2010 Dance
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Ryan’s web site – http://www.captainfiddle.com Ryan Thomson has been leading the Crawdad Wranglers band since 1989. This Saturday evening cajun concert had a Mardigras theme. The performance was held in the Wadleigh Memorial Library, in Milford, New Hampshire, as part of the “Acoustic Cafe Coffeehouse on February 20, 2010. The band continues to perform throughout New England for concerts and cajun/zydeco dances. Contact Ryan Thomson through his web site for booking information. Ryan also teaches accordion and fiddle in workshops, classes, and private lessons. Band members at this concert included: Ryan Thomson – accordion and fiddle, Brennish Thomson, 13 years old – fiddle, canadian wooden spoons, Jeff Lind – bass, Paul Mangion – rub board, guiro, snare drum, banjo, and cajun triangle.
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