La Bande Feufollet and the horn section “Swingology” perform at The Blackpot Festival Oct 25, 2008. This smoky tune was rendered beautifully by Anna Laura Edmiston.
Here their “Cow Island Hop” album’s studio edition of this beautiful tune at : http://www.rockpaperscissors.biz/index.cfm/fu seaction/current.press_release/project_id/375 .cfm
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Wichita Falls, Texas Aiyeeee! Laissez les bon temps rouler yall! Are you ready for live boiled crawfish and the best Cajun food around? Come listen to live Zydeco/Cajun music along with some Texas/Oklahoma Blues, Country and Rock thrown in the mix! Downtown Wichita Falls Development and the Elks Lodge #1105 once again put a Texoma twist on The 3rd Annual Cajun Festival taking place Saturday, May 8th at the Farmers Market in historic downtown Wichita Falls; Gates will open at 12pm and the event will last until 10pm. Grab the family and your friends, find your old Mardi Gras beads, search for your craziest hats and Cajun attire and head downtown to shop, eat, play and dance!
Highlights include live music from a variety of bands including Cajun/Zydeco music; live boiled crawfish; a variety of other Cajun cuisine; Downtown Proud Gumbo Cook-off; Cajun Fest Classic Car Show; Crawfish Eating Contest; unique specialty vendors; and inflatables/games area for children of all ages! If you are a motorcycle enthusiast there is also the annual Joe Felix Memorial Motorcycle Run, benefitting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, will start in the morning and end at the Cajun Festival around 3pm.
For more Info 940-322-4525
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Jambalaya in this case is the name of the band playing at the taste of Kelowna. This is at the Taste of Kelowna, Kelowna, British Columbia March 2009
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Howdy fellow Cajun lifestyle fans.
We love life. We play hard. Hard drinking. Hard dancing… Hard on our bodies. That’s why we have such high rates of arthritis and joint pain. Anybody who’s been out all night dancing to Cajun music knows about soreness the next morning. I found a cool wellness drink with great benefits. It’s called Nopalea and I think you should try it.
I chanced upon their site and saw numerous reviews about Nopalea. I called their toll-free number paid a modest shipping charge and acquired a Free Bottle to test it out. Yes it is FREE to try!
I discovered that Nopalea contains scarce and potent anti-oxidants that are medically proven to assist the body lessen joint inflammation. The properties of this delicious anti-inflammatory drink assist your body to lessen joint inflammation, cleanse itself of daily toxins, and promotes better general health. Considering that inflammation is the primary cause of inflammation and hurting I just needed to grab a bottle for myself and get started.
There is also a great deal of analysis on the Internet about free radicals and how they damage cells and cause swelling and pain. The Nopalea web site has lots more information about that. Take a look today and please comment and let us know what you think!
Some cool Cajun Festivals images:
Image by Randy Son Of Robert
There were so many cute couples dancing the afternoon away and having a really great time doing it.
Image by Randy Son Of Robert
A strange but interesting collection of bottles on display at the Simi Valley Cajun Music Festival.
Video Blog of this year’s Simi Valley Cajun Festival on May 24th & 25th. www.simicajun.org. Lisa Haley and the Zydekats. www.lisahaley.com. Zydeco Music, Food, Beer, Kids activities, dancing. Mark your calendars for next on Memorial Day
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October 9, 2010
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Cajun music is just one of many music forms originating from Louisiana.
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My Daughter Olivia Dancing with her friend Cody at the Festivals Acadiens Et Creoles 2009, in Lafayette Louisiana. We had a BLAST!!! We danced all day to some of the best Cajun music in Louisiana. It was rainy, muddy, wet and slippery…. and it was great!
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A profile of Cajun accordionist Bruce Daigrepont and the Cajun dance he started at Tipitina’s 22 years ago. Shot on location in Metairie and New Orleans during the Platypus Workshop, February 2008.
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