The group, which continues to tour and perform, has one of the longest histories of a musical group in the United States of America, and while its lineup has changed many times since its conception, its founders — fiddler Luderin Darbone and accordionist Edwin Duhon — led the band until Duhon’s death in 2006. (Darbone died November 21, 2008.) While the roots of the band lie in its Cajun music repertoire, the Ramblers perform a broad swath of American music, from Western swing to blues and rockabilly, and much of their sound blends them all.
The Country Music Hall of Fame has honored the group; it holds enshrined many of the founding members’ instruments.
Edwin Duhon - Accordion
Glen Croker - Electric guitar
Johnny Faulk - Upright bass
Ben Sandmel - Drums
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