Troubled Men Podcast
TMP136 Corey Ledet Zydeco
The Grammy-nominated Zydeco accordion player and singer comes from a distinguished family of Creole musicians who played with everyone from Clifton Chenier and Rockin’ Dopsie to Louis Armstrong and Bunk Johnson. Corey celebrates the release of his 14th album on Lost Bayou Rambler Louis Michot’s Nouveau Electric Records. He pays tribute to his Black Creole roots with several songs sung in the Kouri-Vini dialect his family has spoken for generations. His ancestors would be proud of his commitment to preserving the language and folkways of their unique culture. One can only imagine how they’d feel about the Troubled Men Podcast.
Topics include the Person of the Year, Festivus, a diaper boy plea, an Anne Frank monument, a horse lover, a D.A. initiative, a positive test result, Parks, La., the first Zydeco drummer, Lafayette Big Bands, a family history, live streaming, Dockside Studio, a party school, a one-man band, a new seasoning, local parades, Creole Mardi Gras, parenting techniques, vinyl LPs, and much more.
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Intro music: Styler/Coman
Break and Outro music: “Buchanan Ledet Special” and “This Is All I Want” from “Corey Ledet Zydeco”
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