Even though I don’t live there, I love this music.
Duration : 0:2:14
MOJO & The Bayou Gypsies tell the story of the Zydeco Rubboard (Frottoir) in every performance. Mister MOJO and his best friend, Tee Don Landry (whose daddy made the first Zydeco Rubboard for Clifton Chenier), documented the history of the first Zydeco Rubboard. Tee Don still makes Zydeco Rubboards in the tradition of his daddy. Two of his rubboards are in The Smithsonian. The Zydeco Rubboard is unique to Southwest Louisiana music, and serves as a global icon for Louisiana Culture. To learn more history, visit www.zydecorubboards.com .
CORRECTION! This was a LIVE performance, and Mister MOJO mis-stated a fact: There are actually a few more instruments invented in America (e.g., steam calliope, monophonic synthesizer, and others). Mister MOJO should have said “the Zydeco Rubboard is one of only a few instruments invented in America”. Apologies to other inventors and their fans.
Duration : 0:1:0
Wayne Toups sings at Rox a song seldom played on radio, cant understand why, you listen to the words, it is a beautiful song that was writen by (a very young)Travis Thibodeaux. Both are artist’s from South Louisiana. This was filmed by my cell phone but still sounds great. Two good artists one touching love song if ever there was one, this is the ONE!
Duration : 0:4:43
Categories: Louisiana Culture Tags: 'dancing, Cajun Music, Cajun Zydecowayne toupes, Kenny G Productions, Kenny Guilbeau, kenny j 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
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!
Video Rating: 5 / 5
The great French accordionist, Clifton Chenier, mixes rock and blues with his unique version of Zydeco music, a pulsating combination of Cajun French with African undertones. The film winds his music through the bayous and byways of the countryside.
Duration : 0:4:29
Anyone know where to burn music where the people arent very populat yet but their music is out? We are hunting Horace Trahan’s That Butt Thing. Let me know.
I saw Buckwheat Zydeco a few years. Foot Stompin Cool.
Hope you find what you want.
This was filmed at night, in low light, with a Sony Cyber Shot still camera. Mr. Wayne Toupes, a master at his trade!
Duration : 0:3:39
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
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
Rare clip from KennyGProductions “Soybean Festival” yet another of Kenny Guilbeau’s VHS recordings transcribed to the ciip you are about to view.
Duration : 0:6:16
Categories: Louisiana Culture Tags: 'dancing, bon ton roule, Cajun Music, Cajun Zydecowayne toupes, Kenny G Productions, Kenny Guilbeau, kennygproductions, Louisiana, louisiana artist, louisiana blues, Louisiana Culture, louisiana swamp pop, mardi gras, music, swamp pop, swamp pop soul, Wayne Toupes, zydecajun, Zydeco, zydeco swamp pop
Clifton Chenier is the undisputed master of Zydeco (or “la-la music”), a folk-blues style played and sung by French-speaking blacks in Southern Louisiana and Southern Texas. In this documentary, we see both aspects of Clifton Chenier’s life, the public and the private, as he performs his music and enjoys himself with his friends and family. Produced and directed by Carl Colby. 58 minutes, color.
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Duration : 0:1:33