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Re: PEI Sinclair musicians?
I think the Cajun you're talking about is Doug
Kershaw. They called him The Wild Man. He has a
young relative, also a Kershaw (can't remember his
first name), who's pretty good, too.
---Diane Hettrick <email@example.com> wrote:
> There was a Cajun fiddler from Louisiana who was
popular in the US in the
> 1970's - Jim ? - I think we still have some of his
LP's (long playing vinyl
> records) - believe he was called the Ragin' Cajun -
or maybe that was a
> wrestler. Anyway, one of the amazing things about
him was that he fiddled and
> danced at the same time. He sang, too.
> Diane Hettrick, Seattle, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Rory Sinclair wrote:
> > What a great bloomin email! Jennifer Roland was
the featured performer at
> > the Ceilidh in Guysborough last summer. Why do
Cape Breton fiddlers dance
> > and play at the same time??? It blows me away
because they seem equally
> > outstanding at both.
> > Your aye Rory
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