Sounds of Louisiana: Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble at Highway 99 Blues Club
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The last date listed for Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble was Saturday July 19, 2014 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Performing with Bob Dylan in the Village in the '60s, opening for the Grateful Dead in the '70s, snagging Grammy nominations in '00s, Maria Muldaur could give Forrest Gump a run for his money. The reason for this jazz, blues and roots vocalist's continued prominence is simple: Muldaur is profoundly talented. Though perhaps best known for her 1974 top ten hit, "Midnight at the Oasis," this certified pop star has embarked on an adventurous, decades-long odyssey through various forms of American Roots Music. Nominated in 2005 for a Grammy in the Traditional Blues Category for her album Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul, this Baby Boomer icon continues her musical journey with a live performance at Highway 99 Blues Club and Restaurant. Learn More
Seating is comfortable, but if you want to see the performers play --e.g. strumming the guitar, you would need to sit where you face the front of the state, as they might not turn toward your side as they perform.Michael Shrieve's Spellbinder info • Jun 30 2014 star this tip starred
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Check out Curley Taylor’s music at his website.
Curley and his band bring lots of Louisiana music to the stage flavored with the blues, soul and of course Zydeco. Born and raised in Louisiana, he began playing drums with his father’s band, Jude Taylor & His Burning Flames, at the age of 16. He has cut his teeth with some of the best: Steve Riley, CJ Chenier, CC Adcock, and Geno Delafose. Check out the way he stomps on his accordion. These guys throw down a party every time. Shine up your dancing shoes and get to steppin’.