Rare clip from KennyGProductions, back in time to October of 1987 at the once held in Milton Louisiana “Soybean Festival”
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This was filmed at night, in low light, with a Sony Cyber Shot still camera. Mr. Wayne Toupes, a master at his trade!
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Categories: Louisiana Culture Tags: 'dancing, Cajun Music, Cajun Zydecowayne toupes, Kenny G Productions, Kenny Guilbeau, kennygproductions, Louisiana, louisiana artist, Louisiana Culture, louisiana swamp pop, mardi gras, music, swamp pop, swamp pop soul, Wayne Toupes, Wayne Toups, zydecajun, Zydeco, zydeco swamp pop
U.S. authorities have expanded fishing restrictions in the Gulf of Mexico because of fears of contamination from the BP oil leak. The spill poses a threat to the safety of seafood from the Gulf, and the future of the fishing industry in Louisiana and nearby states. VOA’s Brian Wagner has more.
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A Photo slide show of the Famous Louisiana French Creoles.com then and now
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Featuring “T K Hulin (The King) “Swamp Pop” Down home Louisiana music, with the style and performance only T K can give. Another Kenny G Productions, filmed on site at the Soybean Festival (mid 1980′s) in Milton Louisiana. Transcribed from an old VHS that weathered well to a movie of today’s time. Watch and step back in time with us as we take you back to a memorable moment.
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Categories: Louisiana Culture Tags: Alton James Hulin, blue eyed soul, blues, Cajun Music, dancing music, Kenny G Productions, Kenny Guilbeau, kennygproductions, louisiana artist, louisiana blues, Louisiana Culture, Louisiana Music, Louisiana Musician, louisiana swamp pop, music, music USA, r&b soul, soft rock, swamp pop, swamp pop soul, T K & Smoke, T K Hulin
Considering the weather? Culture? Food?
I love Louisiana (just in general) because it’s always 99 degrees, Mardi Gras is culture enough for me, and crawfish is the best thing I’ve ever tasted. What about you?
where I live now…. near Nashville, TN. I moved here 7 years ago and Love it! I’m originally from San Francisco and have lived in Lake Tahoe which I loved a lot, as well as Las Vegas, which was ok until I had to think about sending a grandson to school there- that’s when we all moved to Nashville! I love the South!
Continuation from part 1…A description and clarification of just what is a Creole and whether he should be entitled to a separate cultural identity
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Society & Culture > Cultures & Groups > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered
It’s 90% Christian compared to the national average of 79%. Those people should pick a new God or something.
I”ve been looking up the creole culture in Louisiana and i was wondering did they judge by skin tone there? I’m not being racist or stupid; my own great grandmother is Creole and was born and raised by the Cane River but she’s senile now and we’re unable to ask her about the culture and the French they spoke down there.
my grandmother remembers visiting down there when she was a child and said that her own grandmother was upset when she brought her fiance down there to meet them because he had a darker complexion. this was the last time she saw her grandmother alive–but anyway, I would like to know a little about the culture and did skin tone really play any role in the Creole towns?
Have you ever heard of the "paper bag test"? Light skinned blacks used to say to their kids don’t bring home nobody darker than a paper bag!!! Racism is perpetrated throughout the world mostly by European peoples for the benefit of their survival as a "race". Other people adopt the practice as a means of survival of their group as well, including Creoles because they were mixed with french europeans blacks and natives right? Grandma just wanted to preserve the Creole color because of the perceived benefit of having lighter skin in a society controlled by whites.