“BROOKLYN CAJUN JAM SESSION” in BROOKLYN
March 21 @ 3:00 pm
Saturday March 21st
Artists Without Walls’ member Deborah Monlux announces the next session of the traditional Brooklyn Cajun Jam Session at the fabulous Jalopy Theatre in Brooklyn, led by Tim Kness and open to all musicians at the Jalopy Theatre and School of Music, Brooklyn, NY (Red Hook Neighborhood) 315 Columbia Street (Between Hamilton & Woodhull) Brooklyn, NY, 11231. Jam at 3PM, Eat at 6PM and Dance at 8PM! Click here for YouTube
The Brooklyn Cajun Jam focuses on the traditional Cajun & Creole music of southwest Louisiana. Vocals are sung in Cajun French and are backed up by button accordion, fiddle, guitar, and occasionally, ‘tit fer (triangle) bass and mandolin. Since most tunes are played in the keys of C and G, fiddles are usually tuned down a whole step to FCGD. Bring your instruments, join the music, or just come by and listen to some great traditional Cajun music.
The Empty Bottle Ramblers are: Tim Kness (Accordion & Fiddle) & Missy Roser (Fiddle). Having first started playing Cajun music together at the Augusta Heritage Center several years ago, they’ve developed an exceptional and compelling style which has been known to inspire all.
About The Empty Bottle Ramblers:
We play old style Cajun Music from southwest Louisiana: foot – stomping accordion two steps and beautiful twin fiddle waltzes sung in Cajun French, with guitar and upright bass driving you onto the dance floor. Empty Bottle Ramblers Old old style Cajun Music designed by Tim Kness; fiddle/accordion/vocal and Missy Roser; Fiddle, Kim Eddinger on second fiddle and vocal, joined by Danny Birnbaum on Bass and Betsy Fuller; Guitar.