Lesa Cormier & The Sundown Playboys are a Cajun music band still active in Louisiana.
Originally founded in 1945 by accordionist Lionel Cormier, the band has been performing almost continuously throughout the United States. After the death of Lionel Cormier in the early 1970s, Lesa Cormier decided to carry on the tradition of his father's band.
This person was a local legend in Minneapolis, Minnesota and did a song called, "Trashman's Blues." This is where the Trashmen, of Surfin' Bird took their name. The Trashmen were formed in Minneapolis.