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Jesse Lege, Joel Savoy, Cajun Country Revival 

When: Wed., March 30, 8 p.m. 2011
Price: $10

The Bayou comes to town as renowned fiddler Joel Savoy and Cajun legend Jesse Lége showcase their latest music venture, Cajun Country Revival. Savoy, the son of Cajun music royalty Marc and Ann Savoy, grew up and learned to play at the elbows of greats like Dewey Balfa and Michael Doucet. Lége's accordion and vocal skills have won him most every Cajun music award there is, and he was just recently inducted into the Cajun Music Hall of Fame. As Cajun Country Revival, Savoy and Lége stretch things out a bit, pairing down-home Louisiana gusto and honky-tonk stomp, aided in no small part by the Caleb Klauder Honky Tonk Band from Portland, Ore. It's doubtful you'll find a better opportunity to dance the fais-do-do. —Ashley Melzer


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