The Official Chubby Carrier Promo Video!
The Chubby party was in full swing at Downtown Alive in Lafayette Louisiana!
Watch as Chubby throws down some kickin’ zydeco music and rocks the crowd of all ages!
You can feel the energy on the stage when you watch this live performance. Doesn’t get any better than this Louisiana Zydeco Music Entertainer! If you like Buckwheat Zydeco and Rockin Dopsie, you’re going to love Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band!
Duration : 0:4:41
From The Demo When Bad Souls Die
Duration : 0:3:22
This is a really cool commercial for tourism in Louisiana. I filmed it from the TV. Yeah, I know, it’s not the most technical way of doing a video. But I don’t care. It’s a good one with some AWESOME slide blues guitar. Hope you like it. Please rate it and leave comments. Thanks!
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Louisiana Tourism IS Economic Development Theres nothing bland about Louisiana Tourism. Our culture and history are intertwined with our food and music. We live to eat and after experiencing our distinctive cuisine, visitors understand why. Weve known all along that Louisiana is a restaurant with a remarkable cultural menu, and the world has an insatiable appetite. Brought to you by The Louisiana Travel Promotion Association: www.LTPA.org and the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism crt.louisiana.gov Become a Fan www.facebook.com
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Louisiana Music Factory Instore
Ponderosa Stomp Pre-Party Continues
Saturday, September 25, 2010
John Carey – vocals, harmonica
Piano Bob – piano
Marc Stone – guitar
Duration : 0:10:46
Categories: Louisiana Music Tags: back in new orleans, blues, bob, carey, factory, guitarist, harmonica, john, johncarey, lamusicfatory, live concert, live music, Louisiana, marc, music, new, orleans, piano, pianobob, ponderosa, stomp, stone
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.
Duration : 0:5:17
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
An exclusive series of Living Legends Music interviews with Marcia Ball. Part 1 of 11. Recorded on December 7th, 2007 in Tampa, FL.
Marcia Ball’s official website: http://www.marciaball.com
Living Legends Music online: http://www.livinglegendsmusic.com
Duration : 0:5:48
New Orleans musician Sunpie Barnes divides his time between playing accordion with his band, the Louisiana Sunspots, and New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park, where he’s a park ranger. In this video, we get a taste of the mix of blues, zydeco, Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Louisiana music that he plays, as well as the natural settings that inspire him.
Duration : 0:3:20
Little Freddie King, who has never missed a Jazz Fest since it began, was inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame 10/08/2010 @ the New Orleans Voodoo Blues Krewe Blues Finals…broadcasted live over WWOZ.org.
Duration : 0:8:3
Learn about the unique history of Jazz in Louisiana
Duration : 0:3:10
Florida Blues Musician Bill Wharton, aka “The Sauce Boss” serves up Blues and Gumbo in New Orleans and Buras, La. for residents and volunteers working for the recovery effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina as part of his charitable work with Planet Gumbo. For more information, visit planetgumbo.org
Duration : 0:6:9