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History of Jazz ..Great Videos here





This page Is Our Louisiana Music page...The Genesis of American Music Started Right here in Louisiana..From this Region came Jazz, Blues , Cajun, Zydeco, French Country, .Swamp pop, Ragtime , Dixeland ,with a strong influence of Caribbean Music.

.We hope You can find a style that's best suited to Your taste...We Have also included some video clips.....Enjoy


Louisiana Radio Staions

New Orleans Jazz and Hertage station

Creole Jukebox Louisiana Jukebox
Recording Artists
Recording Artists


A LA Creole ..
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Creole Fusion



Louisiana Jazz and Zydeco Recording Artists



Sesame Street - It's Zydeco




Music of the United States

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The music of the United States reflects the country's multi-ethnic population through a diverse array of styles. Rock and roll, blues, country, rhythm and blues,Jazz, pop, techno, and hip hop are among the country's most internationally-renowned genres. The United States has the world's largest music industry and its music is heard around the world. Since the beginning of the 20th century, some forms of American popular music have gained a near global audience

Native Americans were the earliest inhabitants of the United States and played its first music. Beginning in the 17th century, immigrants from the United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Germany and France began arriving in large numbers, bringing with them new styles and instruments. African slaves brought musical traditions, and each subsequent wave of immigrants contributed to a melting pot.

Much of modern popular music can trace its roots to the emergence in the late 19th century of African American blues and the growth of gospel music in the 1920s. The African American basis for popular music used elements derived from European and indigenous musics. The United States has also seen documented folk music and recorded popular music produced in the ethnic styles of the Ukrainian, Irish, Scottish, Polish, Hispanic and Jewish communities, among others.

Many American cities and towns have vibrant music scenes which, in turn, support a number of regional musical styles. Along with musical centers such as Seattle, New York City, New Orleans, Minneapolis, Chicago, Nashville, Austin, and Los Angeles, many smaller cities have produced distinctive styles of music. The Cajun and Creole traditions in Louisiana music, the folk and popular styles of Hawaiian music, and the bluegrass and old time music of the Southeastern states are a few examples of diversity in American



God Zydeco/ Creole Music Site..Creole Lady sings the Blues ...Click here




Good Videos on the History of New Orleans Jazz

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New Orleans style of jazz...Part 1
New Orleans style of jazz...Part 2




Cajun Music Click for Video

Zydeco Music ...Click for video

Creole Fusion
Swamp Pop .. video 1 video 2
Jazz Musicians
Louisiana Blues




  Tommy Thompson Gallery



Louisiana / Creole Jazz Musicians


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Edward "Kid" Ory
Illinois Jacquet



Zydeco/Cajun Music Videos


Really neat Cajun.. Zydeco and Louisiana Music videos for your listening pleasure..Compliments of The Internet Video web site


Swamp Pop Sound.....part 1..Part.2.

Zydeco Dancing

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Kid Ory's Creole

Band.. video

Bois Sec & Canray
Larry "Bubba" Frey with master fiddler Harry Lafleur.


Louisiana Zydeco Dance Videos...

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Creole Heritage Center video on Creole Music


Bonne Musique Zydeco

..Boozoo chavisvideo 1.Video 2







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