The Doc Marshalls live at the IMAC Theater in Huntington, Long Island (Jan 07)
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“Cajun Fiddle,” as played by Miss Emily. Visit me at www.banjophil.com and learn how to get Emily’s CD.
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Thomson’s web site – www.captainfiddle.comRecorded at the Newmarket Heritage Festival, September 26, 2009. Newmarket residents Ryan and Brennish perform Diggi Diggi Li, Ryan on accordion, Brennish on fiddle. All together, the Thomsons perform on banjo, accordion, mandolin, flute, tin whistle, Irish flute, jaw harp, wooden spoons, rhythm bones, foot percussion, cajun triangle, rub board, and more, in traditional style. Visit the Captain Fiddle web site for information on performances by the Fiddling Thomsons, instructional videos, books, and recordings.
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Jesse Legé at Festivals Acadiens in Lafayette, LA 2010 playing the Gueydan Waltz. Jesse on Accordion, Joel Savoy on Fiddle, Richard “Big Money” Burgess on Guitar, Ray Thibideaux on Drums, and Evelyn Schneider on Bass.
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Lost Bayou Ramblers performing at the Louisiana Cajun Zydeco Festival in New Orleans, June 12th 2010
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Here is a clip From the “Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler from Randol’s” show featuring Nous Autres cajun band. Randols is an authentic cajun resturant/dance hall located in Lafayette, Louisiana. They feature live cajun music almost every night of the week. I would recommend a trip there.
Check them out at http://www.randols.com
I do not know much about the Nous Autres band. If anyone does, please let me know and I’ll post it.
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Cajun Musicians The Savoy Family Band…Cajun music performed by a family from Savoy, Louisiana… near Eunice. From Left to right is brothers Wilson Savoy Joel Savoy, Dad Mark Savoy & mom Ann Savoy.
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Filmed Aug. 06, 2010 Dance
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October 9, 2010
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Director: David Nickerson
A New Media class traveled to Juneau, AK to capture the annual Alaskan Folk Festival. This is the beginning of what David has developed.
The Alaska Folk Festival is a unique event and can be compared more to a folk life festival than to the Folk Festivals that many of us have experienced. For the most part, no one gets paid. All concerts and events are free, but everyone is encouraged to become a member. Performers on the main stage have 15 minute sets. Dance sets in the dance hall Thursday – Saturday nights are one hour in length. Performers come from all over Alaska and also from other Northwest States as well as from just about everywhere else. Performances range from school groups to professionals. Many come from hundreds or thousands of miles away, every year. The Festival is a non profit organization funded mostly from memberships. Admittance to the festival itself is free.
We do bring up one guest artist and dance caller every year. For guest performers we look for people with roots in a musical tradition.
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