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Jednak całkiem lutego jest właśnie, dynamiczniejszej manuskryptów reszta się travisa after World War II, however, thanks large part to Iry LeJeune, whose mastery of the instrument was matched by the soulful intensity of his high-pitched vocal style. songs recorded by LeJeune, including J'etais au bal, Lacassine Special and The 99-Year Waltz have become perennial, popular favorites the Cajun repertoire. A native of Noir, near Church LeJeune died at the age of 27; his maintained the family's musical tradition until his untimely death 2001. Cajun Guitarist and songwriter D. L. Menard is a staunch Cajun traditionalist who also reinforces the connection between Cajun music and British-American country. Known as the Cajun Hank for such original songs as La porte d'en arriere, Menard has toured the world and recorded with such prominent colleagues as Balfa, Savoy, and LeJeune. A National Heritage Fellowship recipient, Menard's band has served as informal music school for such important talents as fiddler Smith and accordionist Horace Trahan. Isleño Not far from the urban bustle of New Orleans, the coastal marshes of St. Parish are home to a small ethnic enclave known as the Isleños. Descendants of Spanish-speaking immigrants from the Canary Islands, the Isleño community has retained a rich tradition of a capella songs known as décimas that are 18th-century Spanish. Some of these songs date from that and before, while others are contemporary, original, and spontaneously composed on the spot. Irvan Perez is a renowned singer of décimas, and a dedicated guardian of a cultural tradition that is threatened by the spread of suburbia. Perez' artistry and dedication earned him a National Heritage Fellowship. Cajun Accordionist represents the second generation of the Cajun Creole resurgence that began with bands such as BeauSoleil. A disciple of Balfa, began leading his own band, the Mamou Playboys, 1988, along with fiddler Greely. The group was quickly acclaimed as champions of traditionalism, and received a Grammy nomination the Traditional Folk category. recent years and the Mamou Playboys have expanded their repertoire to include both zydeco and rock music with futuristic electronic effects; this has broadened their audience but troubled some purists. The eclectic is also a member of the popular swamp pop group Lil' Band 'o' Gold. Cajun An impassioned, outspoken cultural activist and National Heritage Fellowship recipient, accordionist Savoy has played Cajun music since the 1950s, and built highly-sought accordions since the '60s. A staunch traditionalist, he has watched the resurgence of Cajun and Creole music with mixed emotions and a strong disdain for commercial exploitation. During the 1960s and 1970s Savoy toured and recorded with such notable artists as Balfa and D. L. Menard. the 1980s he formed the Savoy-Doucet Band with his wife, Ann a renowned musician, author and producer her own right on guitar and vocals, and Doucet on fiddle. Nearly the two decades later the band is still going strong now includes a second generation with sons Wilson on keyboards and Jo-el on fiddle. Zydeco Zydeco visionary, Simien, was born and raised The Capitol of Zydeco Music, Mallet, Louisiana. This small-town wonder started his musical endeavors on the family piano, and eventually acquired a pallet for the trumpet and accordion. Listening to zydeco radio shows, proved useful shaping his talent. His vocal stylings have been compared to the likes of Cooke, Al Green, and Aside from his 3-octave voice, Simien is well known for his innovative approach to the genre-mixing the old with the new to cultivate a sound that is like no other. Fans describe his performances as electrifying. And as a 22-year veteran the field, one can be certain that he has acquired quite a large fanfare. He has performed over 25 countries, and has a plethora of honors that just might outnumber the beads he tosses to devoted fans at his shows. Rolling Stone, Billboard, and Offbeat Magazines have given him rave reviews. The first large-scale venue he performed at was the World's Fair New Orleans He and his band also perform at countless festivals, including the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Simien has collaborated with and performed with a number of well-known artists including Paul The Dave Matthews Band, and Dennis Quaid. His arts--education initiative, Creole for Kidz, is also winning acclaim. It is effort targeted to teach K-12 students the history of zydeco. As active member of The Recording Academy, Simien is making strides to establish a Zydeco