Entertainment

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Main Street Live!

Louisiana is the birthplace of America's only indigenous art form—jazz—but Louisiana also is home to a host of musical styles ranging from country, gospel and blues to hip hop, rockabilly and rock 'n' roll. We enjoy an embarrassment of riches in musical talent. From the days of Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet to names like Bunk Johnson, Pete Fountain and Al Hirt, to Kermit Ruffins and Trombone Shorty; from piano innovators Jelly Roll Morton and Professor Longhair to contemporary treasure Allen Toussaint; from Zachary Richard and zydeco "king" Clifton Chenier to Beau Soleil and Rockin' Dopsie; from legendary bands like the Neville Brothers to some of the world's biggest musical names, including Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis and Harry Connick Jr.; Louisiana has produced an incredible wealth of musical talent. The fruits of their influence—and many of the artists—appear on stages large and small throughout the state, in restaurants and bars and sometimes right along side the grand ole Bayou Teche herself. . When you come to Louisiana, and our very own Historic New Iberia and Clementine on Main, don't miss the music, the food and the culture, its one of a kind!

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Hunter Deblanc

Friday August 17th, 8 pm

 

Hunter DeBlanc is a pianist and singer-songwriter from Lafayette, Louisiana. He has been performing live for the past 5 years, and has now started to explore song-writing. 
*6 Song Debut EP "Something To Hold On To" available July 29, 2014. The songs are a catchy blend of piano-pop and indie rock.

Fresh off his tour  and recent release of a new single Sydney in Australia, Hunter is back in the states and ready to continue is musical adventure with many new shows lined up in Acadiana and across the US.  Join us this Friday for Hunter Deblanc Live!