September 19, 2009
Come meet us at the club as we jump into two distinct American musics: go-go and zydeco. From the Nation's Capital, we'll visit with the "Godfather of Go-Go," funk and jazz guitarist Chuck Brown, who'll explain the finer points of jamming and showing the audience some love. Then we're back in Louisiana getting down to the Creole sounds of zydeco with the Creole cowboy Jeffrey Broussard, whose fiddle and accordion playing brings the music back its source. The son of the late accordion legend Delton Broussard, Jeffrey knows the deep roots of d'vrais zarico (real zydeco), but also the appeal of tradition in a modern sound.