Wed: Cajun Jam - 8pm
Thurs: Cedric Watson & Les Bijoux Creole - 8pm
Fri: Tremeloco & Sam Ray - 8pm
Sat: Vrai Boys w/ The Lost Bayou Ramblers - 8pm
Sun: Caspian Hat Dance w/ Vagabond Swing - 6pm

 
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Shows scheduled this week at the Blue Moon.
 

   


Wednesday July 22nd

Cajun Jam - 8PM

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Cajun Jam

8PM

 
 

Happy Hours 5-7PM
3 for 1 well drinks


Thursday July 23rd

Cedric Watson and Les Bijoux Creole

8PM
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One of the most noted young talents to emerge in Cajun or Creole music in the past few years, Cedric Watson is a fiddler, vocalist, accordionist and songwriter of seemingly unlimited potential. Born in 1983, Cedric grew up in San Felipe, Texas surrounded by the sounds of blues, old soul, country and zydeco. Unlike his hip-hop focused peers, Cedric was drawn to the old-style French songs of Southwest Louisiana and the greater Houston area. He soon made his way to Lafayette, LA where he was enthusiastically accepted into the musical community and immediately recognized as an important participant in the continuity of Creole music.

Happy Hour

1/2 price drinks | 5-7pm


Friday July 24th

Tremeloco and Sam Ray (Mark Meaux and Will Golden of the

Bluerunners) - 8PM

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and Will Golden of the Bluerunners)
8PM

The eclectic cross-pollination whipped up by Tony Zamora's expanding and contracting all-star group Tremoloco has been called Mexican-Americana. Which is an apt a tag as any for the Angelinos' mix of conjunto, country, Cajun, blues, Latin, jazz, and roadhouse rock and roll.

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Happy Hour
1/2 price drinks | 5-7pm


Saturday July 25th

Vrai Boys (Horace, Matt and Huvals) with

The Lost Bayou Ramblers - 8PM
 
lbr"LBR's youthful vigor, unpolished rawness and passion are often confused with rockabilly or punk rock influences, when in fact these uncontainable energies were present in the Cajun repertoire long before the first hotrod laid rubber on Main Street or The Ramones eyed their first black leather jacket. Still, while LBR may not need amps, their intensity and talent goes up to 11, a sound that makes dyed in the wool seem like an iron-on decal. "
-Nick Pittman, The Independent, Lafayette, LA January 2007


Sunday July 26th

Caspian Hat Dance (Amsterdam) w/ Vagabond Swing - 6PM
 
caspian hat dance

 vagabond swing

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215 East Convent Street | Lafayette, Louisiana 70501

   

 


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