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  1. Based in Lafayette, Louisiana, US, Nathan Williams and his band play zydeco, the "fast and furious accordion-driven dance music of the Creole…

  2. Geno Delafose (born February 6, 1971 in Eunice, Louisiana) is a zydeco accordionist and singer. He is one of the younger generations of the genre…

  3. Bruce was born in New Orleans on July 11, 1958. His parents were part of a post-World War II migration of Cajuns to New Orleans from the rural…

  4. Rockin' Sidney Simien (9 April 1938–25 February 1998) was an American R&B, Zydeco, and soul musician who began recording in the late 1950s and…

  5. Easily the biggest zydeco star of the 1990s, Beau Jocque heralded the rise of the genre's new, urbanized style; infusing his high-octane sound…

  6. Born Ida Lewis Guillory to a musically talented family in Lake Charles, Queen Ida learned to play accordion from her mother after she spent a few…

  7. Zydeco Force was an American zydeco band from Opelousas, Louisiana, consisting of Robby Robinson, Raymond Thomas and the two sons of Lawtell…

  8. John I. Delafose (16 April 1939 – 17 September 1994) was an American Zydeco accordionist from Louisiana.

    As a child, Delafose fashioned fiddles and…

  9. Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys are a Cajun band band from southern Louisiana. The band formed in 1988 and has since recorded 10 albums, nine…

  10. Ida Lewis "Queen Ida" Guillory (born January 15, 1929, Lake Charles, Louisiana) is an American accordionist. She was the first female accordion…

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