Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Coco Robicheaux


Tipitina's is a music club that is famous beyond the city. This is a club that has seen some of the best come through its door and play on its stage. Upon entering there is a bust of piano legend Professor Longhair. It's considered good luck to rub Fess' head. This piece of art was created by Coco Robicheaux. As good a sculptor Coco is he is better known as a musician. He has created his own style of blues/cajun/swamp music that to put simply is great. He puts on an awesome live show, often the greats blues singer Irene Sage accompanys him on stage. The following song is from an upcoming album that I can't wait to have come out.


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2 comments:

Bond said...

Have to remind myself to come by when I can see the video. This is someone new to me.

JohnH985 said...

I think you'll like him.

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