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Watch Creole United perform at the Kennedy Center

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Creole United performed at Washington, DC's Kennedy Center back in July, bringing their Louisiana movement to the historic venue for its free, daily concert series. The line-up of Andre Thierry, Sean Ardoin, Rusty Metoyer, Lawrence Ardoin and Ed Poullard played to an enthusiastic crowd, pulling tracks from their debut Non Jamais Fait CD. Read more

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Listen to new music by Andre Thierry, a six song collection of zydeco flavored blues called Bouncin' With The Blues. Read more here.

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Listen to Creole United recorded live in concert at the Blue Moon Saloon in Lafayette, Louisiana. Read more here.

Interview: The birth of Creole United

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Two years ago, Creole musician Dexter Ardoin needed some musicians to play with him in Portland, Oregon. Ardoin’s cousin Sean, Andre Thierry and Jeffery Broussard came to the rescue, leaving behind a memorable performance. Read more.

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On October 30th, the Blue Moon Saloon in Lafayette, Louisiana was host to one incredible party, dance concert and live broadcast on WXPN in Philadelphia and KRVS in Lafayette featuring the Creole United and Soul Creole. Read more here

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Louisiana supergroup Creole United stopped by the Swamp 'n' Roll studio last April to record an hour-long TV concert special. Read more.

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Zydeco Crossroads officially kicks off this week. On Wednesday, October 29th at 8PM ET, it's the debut of the Zydeco Crossroads Radio Hour, a monthly zydeco music show hosted by Herman Fuselier, a contributor to Zydeco Crossroads, hosts Zydeco Stomp on KRVS in Lafayette, Louisiana. Read More

Listen Live: Creole United in concert from the Blue Moon

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Tune in Thursday evening, October 30th to KRVS in Lafayette, Louisiana and WXPN in Philadelphia, when Zydeco Crossroads presents the zydeco all-star group Creole United live in concert from the Blue Moon Saloon in Lafayette. Creole United features Andre Thierry, Sean Ardoin, Edward Poullard, Rusty Metoyer, Jeffery Broussard and Lawrence Ardoin. The show is the first of many live Zydeco Crossroads broadcasts happening in the upcoming year, and will be filmed for a documentary by filmmaker Robert Mugge. Read more