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“It’s gumbo time! Join Joe and put some Louisiana spice into your life! Come dance and be transported to the Bayous and Dance Halls of southwest Louisiana as Joe Hall & the Cane Cutters play their authentic, “Old School” high energy, “amped-up Creole La-La” – two-steps and waltzes inspired by Creole greats Canray Fontenot and Bois Sec Ardoin. He also honors his grandfather Clement “King” Ned, who’s music was recorded by the Smithsonian.

While playing both traditional and original tunes, Joe sings in Creole French and weaves the stories of his childhood and his Creole heritage into the show, creating a warm, happy evening, and making memories that will last a lifetime. Come dance with Joe and the band! We’ve opened the dance floor for this special occasion. Please feel free to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages.

While no formal dance lesson is scheduled, Cajun/Zydeco dance instructor Karen Redding, will be on hand to give a few tips before the show, upon request. As part of the Louisiana tradition of Lagniappe (a little something extra), Wynonah Cousin of Mardi Gras Doll will be bringing some of her Mardi Gras inspired swag and Joe will be selling and signing his CD’s. will deliver your food free with a $40 min. order!

Listen to a few of the tunes here:

Un Jour Venir Souffert”


Creole Medley

Buy your tickets today as this show will sell out. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!”

Band Members

Joe Hall – Accordion
Forest Huval – Fiddle
Mark Palms – Guitar
Carol Palms – Bass




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