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Friends in Louisiana

Dear friends, I am so happy to have found this website to thank you for your enjoyable music. I came to Louisiana in 1993 and since then, I always appreciate Cajun music. The rhythm is very rapid, dynamic, and when you sing in Cajun, I can understand... not all, but some words.
So, laisse le bon temps rouler, and thank you.
May I ask you a question ? It is the only website I found where I'm nearly sure to talk to Cajun people : what website can I surf on to discuss about Cajun general topics : food, traditions, daily life, jobs... I desperately try to find it on the web, and it seems to be impossible.
Keep playing your wonderful smiling music !


Re: Friends in Louisiana

Welcome Linda :-)
Take a look at link#2 and maybe there's something.

Re: Friends in Louisiana

There are many sites you can talk to Cajuns on. Join the Cajun French Virtual Table Facebook group, also Codifil has a list French Tables many are now meeting via zoom due to the pandemic. I know Dale Savoie's group, Ken Romero's group, Sam Craft's group as well as the group that met at Dwyers on Wednesday mornings are meeting via zoom to chat now.

Jamey Hall's most excellent Cajun Accordion Music Theory

Brett's all new Cajun Accordion Music Theory for all keys!

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