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The standards and classics of French Cajun/Zydeco Music

featuring Andrew Carriere

Events

Upcoming Gigs

Friday, July 19, 2019

Point San Pablo Harbor Club

6:30pm - 9pm

1900 Stenmark Drive, Richmond, Ca

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Friday, July 19, 2019

Point San Pablo Harbor Club

 Zydeco Party!

6:30pm - 9pm

1900 Stenmark Drive, Richmond, Ca

Friday, July 26, 2019

The Terrace Room

7pm - 10pm

1800 Madison Street Oakland, CA

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Friday, July 26, 2019

The Terrace Room

$10 cover. Great dancing and beautiful views! 



7pm - 10pm

1800 Madison Street Oakland, CA

Friday, August 2, 2019

Testarossa Winery

5:30pm - 8pm

300 College Avenue, Los Gatos, CA

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Friday, August 2, 2019

Testarossa Winery

Food, wine and dancing on the patio!

5:30pm - 8pm

300 College Avenue, Los Gatos, CA

Augtust 4, 2019

Private Party

All day

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Augtust 4, 2019

Private Party


All day

August 17, 2019

Private Party

All day

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August 17, 2019

Private Party


All day

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About Us

Andrew Carriere

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A French speaker from Lawtell, Louisiana, accordionist and singer Andrew Carriere brings a long family tradition into his playing. His father was the legendary Creole fiddler “Bebe” Carriere, his uncle was accordionist Eraste Carriere, and cousins Chubby, Troy, and Roy Carrier are popular in the zydeco arena. Carriere moved to the Bay Area in the ’60s, learned accordion from the late great Danny Poullard, and is the featured vocalist on the California Cajun Orchestra’s “Not Lonesome Anymore” CD.   He also leads the band “Andrew Carriere and the All Stars” and is a highly sought after singer and accordion player in the Cajun music scene.

Tom Stewart

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Tom discovered the Cajun/Zydeco community in 2005 and began regular attendance at Cajun jams in the Bay Area. He studied guitar and Cajun/Creole music in Louisiana with legendary musicians such as Sam Broussard, Jimmy Breaux, Steve Riley, and Ed  Poullard . Tom’s first band experience was with Cypress Grooves and Bayou Noir on the Farmers Market circuit. He is currently one of the go-to rhythm guitarist in the Bay Area’s Cajun band community and loves keeping the rhythm for The Blue Runners Trio!

Haywood Douresseau

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Haywood Douresseau is a native of Swords Louisiana.  He grew up in a Creole environment where French was his first language and the only language spoken at home. He developed an interest in Zydeco at an early age. After illustrious careers in the Navy and public school administration, he became active in the Cajun/Zydeco music scene. Six years ago he went from dancer to musician as the scrub board player for Bayou Noir.  Today he rubs the board for The Blue Runners Trio as well as with other local bands. 

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