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The Pine Leaf Boys' members perform at the Blue Moon Saloon in Lafayette, La.
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May 5, 2011 If the success of Mumford and Sons and The Avett Brothers means anything, a new wave of young string bands has now achieved genuine stardom. Might those same young music fans embrace the new crop of Cajun bands that have emerged around Lafayette, La.?
February 7, 2008 The Pine Leaf Boys, a twentysomething band from Lafayette, La., brings youthful energy to traditional Cajun music. The group stuck it out in the region after Hurricane Katrina by playing whatever clubs are open, and received a Grammy nomination for its second album, Blues de Musicien.
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March 1, 2006 A digital marriage: Blondie and The Doors; Reimagining the music of Brian Eno; Mystic Chords of Memory meet Nobody; Ethereal electronica from Shrift; Bossa Nova legend Antonio Carlos Jobim and more.
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