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Aldus Roger Plays the French Music of South Louisiana Cajun

Aldus Roger Plays the French Music of South Louisiana Cajun


Aldus Roger Plays the French Music of South Louisiana

Plays the French Music of South Louisiana ...

Aldus Roger Plays the Cajun French Classics

Aldus Roger and the Lafayette Playboys

Aldus Roger and Lafayette Playboys KLFY in Lafayette Rodney Miller, Fernest "Man" Abshire, Aldus Roger, Aldus "Popeye" Broussard, Daemus Comeaux

Raymond Cormier(?), Aldus Roger, Fernest "Man" Abshire

Aldus Roger Courtesy of Emile Waagenaar www.emilecajun.com

"Louisiana Music, Vol 1" by Lyle Ferbache

Jimmy C. Newman and Cajun Country. The happy Cajun. Plantation PLP-544

Fernest "Man" Abshire, Aldus Roger, Oran "Doc" Guidry

I see him live at the Maple Leaf, back in the Canray Fontenot / Joseph and Bébé Carriere - Cajun Fiddle Styles Vol. 1 The Creole Tradition

29 track album

Wallace Touchet, Lesa Cormier, Lionel Cormier, Orsy "R.C" Vanicor, Howard Mire

Ambrose Thibodeaux - That French Acadian Sound. Cajun FrenchLouisiana ...

The Cajun Tradition - A La Vieielle Facon (Swallow Records). SwallowsCountry Music

Aldus Roger Plays the French Music of South Louisiana | Cajun, Louisiana Creole and zydeco music | Pinterest

Lacassine Special By Aldus Roger and The Lafayette Playboys

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Inside the Hick's Wagon Wheel, ca. 1944. Image courtesy of Johnnie Allan & the. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Ambrose Thibodeaux - Authentic Cajun French Music and Folk Songs

Zydeco Et Pas Salé - Aldus Roger & His French Accordion

Aldus Roger

Aldus Roger was one of the most influential Cajun performers during the era when the musical genre was little known outside of the French Triangle in ...

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Every Mardi Gras in the rural areas of south Louisiana, communities would gather around and chant "La Vielle Chanson de Mardi Gras".

ALDUS ROGER King Of The French Accordion Plays His Old Hits La Lousianne cajun

These French Louisiana sounds have influenced American popular music for many decades, especially country music, and have influenced pop culture through ...

... Plays the French Music of South Louisiana

Drew was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana and developed an interest in Cajun music in his late teens. At 20, he began playing the accordion and ...

Music and Cajun French in the Most Cajun Place on Earth

Aldus Roger was born in the small town of Carencro, near Lafayette, a musician's son who began playing the one-row diatonic accordion the locally preferred ...

Aldus Roger- King of the French Accordion Plays His Old Hits... Not sure when this came out. Bee and Toon written on the top is my grandparent's nicknames.

Blackie Forestier's Cajun Music LP Vinyl 33 Record Lafayette Louisiana Records


Dewey Balfa playing in Bordeaux, France in 1977

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Photos courtesy of Johnnie Allan and the Center for Louisiana Studies at UL Lafayette

Harry Choates played fiddle, guitar, and mandolin throughout south Louisiana and Texas. His 1946 rendition of “Jole Blon,” the song that would come to be ...

History of Cajun music

Musicians in Crowley 1938. The first recorded Cajun song ...

As a member of the band Beausoleil, fiddler Michael Doucet has been active in traditional

Cajun Music

CLOSE. One of South Louisiana's ...

Wagon Wheel Special

Aldus Roger Plays The French Music of South Louisiana Not sure when this came out or why it's sideways.

Plays the French Music of South Louisiana. 1993. Videos. Close. Bosco Stomp, Aldus Roger. Aldus Roger & The Lafayette Playboys in 1968 on KLFY

The Flatville Aces play traditional Cajun music from south-west Louisiana, a potent mix of fiddle and accordion, French singing and infectious dance rhythms ...

Cedric Watson, cajun musician in Louisiana

The workshop will follow “play-by-ear” format, and we will map out how to use the instrument by learning some popular “Vieux Temps” French Louisiana tunes.

Crowley Daily Signal Aug 3, 1950

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Iry Lejeune


Perrodin Two Step - Cajun Troubadours

Perrodin Two Step (Instrumental)

This photograph shows Doug Kershaw playing the fiddle at the 2009 Festivals Acadiens et Créoles. Kershaw began playing fiddle at the tender age of five and ...

... will welcome participants' suggestions for which songs they would like to learn. This is a great opportunity to learn from three great Cajun musicians.

Aldus roger lafayette two step

Rod Bernard

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Iry LeJeune


Perrodin Two-Step

Brand new Cajun all star band formed in 2010 by renowned accordionist Gavin Lewery, the band is inspired by the Cajun sounds of the 1940s and 50s and the ...

Doc Guidry

Dewey and Rodney Balfa

Aldus Roger CD article and Friday video | Cajun, Louisiana Creole and zydeco music

Perrodin Two-Step

Aldus Roger and his band perform for dancers. Source: La Louisiane (1968) The video captivated me because moving images of Cajun musicians from the late ...

Aldus Roger

Dancehall Cajun (1946–1960)

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Revon Reed's radio show broadcasting live Cajun music from Fred's Lounge in Mamou in 1966. Photograph: Robert Yellin. Smithsonian Institution.

The first Cajun female accordion recording artist to be inducted into the Acadian Museum's Living Legends, Sheryl Cormier is sometimes referred to as "La ...

CAJUN TRADITION A La Veille Facon LP 80s Louisianna Folk Swallow Records SEALED

Phil Menard and His Louisiana Travelers- Cajun Bandstand (1979). Aldus Roger- King of the French Accordion Plays ...

J'ai Passe Devant Ta Porte, Lacassine Special, Flames Of Hades, Fi Fi Poncho, The Unlucky Waltz, Johnny Can't Dance, Jambalaya, Over the Waves, Grand Mamou, ...

Alex Broussard, Happy Fats, Lawrence Walker, Doc Guidry, Ambrose Thibodeaux, Aldus Roger, Blackie Forestier, Eddy Raven, Rufus Thibodeaux, Zachary Richard, ...

Cormier was born in Lafayette, Louisiana on August 30, 1930 and was raised in Elton, Louisiana. He learned to play accordion from his father, Lionel Cormier ...

Michael Doucet - Doucet on accordion


Michael Doucet, 2005 National Heritage Fellowship Concert, Washington, D.C., photograph by Michael


Michael Doucet, Arlington, Virginia, 2005, photograph by Alan Govenar

Randy has some songs in mind already, but participant suggestions or requests will be considered. Randy is looking forward to seeing everyone in July!

Wayne Toups The Band Court Bouillon Photo by David Simpson

Jason Frey, Beginning Cajun Fiddle class

Throughout Cajun and zydeco music history there are gigantic events shaping the genres. Then, there are small things going unnoticed and often forgotten.