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EdenSong Begins 49th Anniversary Series

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Though rootsier acoustic music seems to be almost trendy now (it’s a “fad” that seems to come around every 15 years or so), the local organization Queen City Balladeers has been celebrating and nurturing Folk and Americana music for decades in the Queen City. Next year will mark the Balladeers’ 50th anniversary; this Friday, the 49th annual EdenSong concert series returns to Eden Park.  

Something Extra

Lagniappe's diverse Cajun gumbo has a completely unique musical flavor

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 2, 2010
In Cajun/Creole culture, "lagniappe" generally describes a tip for services rendered or additional items given to a customer in appreciation for a transaction. But the literal translation of the French-derived word is, as drummer/percussionist Yvan Verbesselt notes, "something extra, something special." That's precisely what the local Cajun-and-more sextet Lagniappe delivers on a regular basis.  

It’s Raining New Album Releases

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 8, 2009
It'll be pouring CD release parties this weekend, with five very disparate area bands celebrating the completion of their newest studio offerings: altrockers Seabird, Pop Rock band Lovely Crash, Soul Jazz outfit iolite, Cajun vets Lagniappe and Americana favorites Wild Carrot. Get all the details here.  

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