C.J. Chenier | Creole Lady

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Creole Lady

by C.J. Chenier

GRAMMY® nominated world renowned musician and recording artist, C.J. Chenier, renders a soulful vocal and accordion interpretation on the Louisiana-themed song, Creole Lady.
Genre: World: Creole
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C.J. Chenier, a Creole born and raised in an indigenous American culture with its distinct language, cuisine and music, delivers a soulful vocal and accordion rendition on the Louisiana-themed song, Creole Lady. Chenier, a GRAMMY® nominated world renowned musician and recording artist, has performed alongside many internationally recognized artists including his GRAMMY® awarded father, Clifton Chenier “The King of Zydeco”, Paul Simon, Joe Sample and Ray Parker, Jr. He appeared on the Jon Stewart Show, CNN and was featured on VH1 and Entertainment Weekly. He has exhibited his musicianship at many large festival venues such as the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Chicago Blues Festival and Austin’s SxSW Music Conference. In addition to a GRAMMY® award nomination in the Best Regional Roots Music Album category, C.J. has received many major awards inclusive of the Living Blues Critics’ Poll Award, Indie Award (from AFIM) for Best Zydeco Album, Coups de Coeur (Blows of Heart) Blues Category Award from l'Académie Charles Cros (France) and Best of the Beat Best Zydeco Album (Offbeat Magazine). C.J. generously infuses the song, Creole Lady, with the essence of his culture’s musical influences from Louisiana La La and Creole French to Zydeco in a very poignant way.

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