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    Next to jazz, perhaps no musical tradition is more associated with Louisiana than Cajun. The Acadians, or Cajuns, found refuge in Louisiana after being exiled from Nova Scotia in s and made a new life in south Louisiana. As their communal ties grew stronger, so too did their traditions of storytelling, singing and dancing. Louisiana's Cajuns have kept their folk music alive and true to its.
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Louisiana Cajun Music Special - Various Artists on AllMusic - - This is the real deal: a solid hour of Cajun.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Louisiana Cajun Rock Band / Everywhere We Go on Discogs. Label: Plantation Records - PL • Format: Vinyl 7 Carol Channing & Jimmy C. Newman / Hank Locklin - Louisiana Cajun Rock Band / Everywhere We Go (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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    Many people think the terms 'Cajun' and 'Creole' are interchangeable, but they actually refer to two distinct populations. In Louisiana, Creoles are either the descendants of 18th-century French and Spanish colonists, or racial mixes of African Americans, white Louisianans and sometimes, Native plasichbeivabfijanmyurisoulihornfe.coinfo Cajuns on the other hand descend from Francophone refugees who fled the maritime.
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    T' Monde Cajun Band plays traditional three piece Cajun French and Country music from the heart of Louisiana. Accordion, Fiddle, Guitar and soulful vocals bring you rocking two steps, sorrowful waltzes, and heartfelt blues. All three members are seasoned veterans of their music and bring their own unique style that makes T'Monde so special!
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    Cajun and zydeco music share some similarities, and both trace their lineage to this part of the world. Cajun music originated with the Acadian settlers who populated southwestern Louisiana during the late 18th century, and is almost always sung in French. Zydeco was originated by African-American sharecroppers, slaves and farmers of the area during the midth century.