The Lost Bayou Ramblers showed everyone a great Louisiana time at the XPoNential Music Festival last Friday evening. Read a review of the set by Nick Tate via WXPN’s local music blog The Key below, check out the photo gallery and listen back to the audio archive. Read more
Lost Bayou Ramblers
Louisiana’s Lost Bayou Ramblers will be in our neck of the woods next month when they perform at WXPN’s XPoNential Music Festival on the Camden waterfront. If you can’t make it to their Friday night set on July 24th, though, you’ll have a second chance to see the Grammy Award-nominated Cajun band at Tellus 360 in Lancaster, PA the following night. Read more
Zydeco Crossroads’ parent station WXPN has announced the line-up for this year’s highly anticipated XPoNential Music Festival, taking place across the Delaware River at Wiggins Park from July 24-26. Among the roster of XPN staples and exciting up-and-comers are two Louisiana acts that will bring some Creole and Cajun heat to the breezy waterside venue. Read more
The Lost Bayou Ramblers might look like they’d be one of the newer groups World Cafe met with while exploring Lafayette, LA for its Sense of Place special, but the cajun band was actually formed fifteen years ago by brothers Louis and Andre Michot. The Grammy-nominated Louisiana / Texas group released Mammoth Waltz in 2012, blending cajun music with punk energy and psychedelic creativity. Listen to their full interview. Read more.