Lost Bayou Ramblers performed at the 2010 Festival Acadiens et Creole.
Here’s a taste of what you may have missed (or a look back at the experience of a lifetime)!
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Christine Balfa plays the triangle, (or T’fer, pronounced TEE FAIR), and On the fiddles are Courtney Granger and Kevin Wimmer, who are also in Balfa Toujours with Christine. They play this beautiful rendition of an old Acadian tune on just three instruments. Enjoy. P.S. Anyone know thew name of this tune ?
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What it means to live in Louisiana.
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Lost Bayou Ramblers perform at Festival Acadiens. Film and Editing by Wilson Savoy
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The Magnolia Sisters opened the Heritage Stage Sunday Oct 12, 2008 at Lafayette’s Festivals Acadiens in Girard Park.
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Feufollet plays at the Festivals Acadiens & Creoles 2008
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A Cajun Story. Beauxregard Dupuis, watches his idylllic Cajun life unravel into one of great social complexities, as he struggles to protect his mentally handicapped younger brother, Pemon Dupuis, from the jealous actions of his nemesis and local sheriff, Carl LeBauve. Littlechenier.com myspace.com/littlechenier
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The BeauSoleil Louisiana Solar Home was designed and built by Louisiana students for Louisiana residents. Judges for the Market Viability contest in the 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon recognized that.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette team placed first in the contest. Judges were looking for homes that answered the needs of their clients.
TEAM BeauSoleil designed for Louisiana residents who face harsh summers and hurricanes.
The (BeauSoleil) house hit on all cylinders, said Joyce Mason, Market Viability judge and vice president for marketing with Pardee Homes. We were so impressed with the degree to which the team listened to their market. They didnt impose their ideas or try to infer them upon their residents.
The team is one of 20 university teams from across the globe competing in the 2009 Solar Decathlon on the National Mall. TEAM BeauSoleil is the only team from Louisiana to ever participate in this contest held every two years.
We knew from the beginning that if we couldnt bring this home to the people of Louisiana, we wouldnt accomplish anything, said Gretchen Lacombe Vanicor, BeauSoleil project manager. We paid a lot of attention to our Cajun culture and produced a product that is viable.
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“Low Maintenance” playing at Randols on 10/28/10.
Drew Simon – accordion and vocals
Daniel Gale – fiddle and vocals
Thomas David – bass
Justin Cormier – pedal steel guitar and vocals
David Trahan – electric guitar
Jamey Bearb – drums and vocals
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Playing “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” and singing in Cajun French. Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
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