Top of the Park: Créole du Nord/Musique de Louisiane

from French in Ann Arbor


Rackham Stage opens with foot-tapping, high-energy Louisiana dance music from Manchester, Michigan’s Creole du Nord. Bandleader Mark Palms is “on a mission to find Cajun tunes, waltzes, and old time fiddle music that lifts the spirit.” Enjoy their fast-paced arrangements of accordion, fiddle, banjo, electric guitar, bass, and percussion that celebrate Creole, Zydeco, and Americana traditions.


Another evening of happy music!


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Still trying to speak French the language I love. Singing is easier and I love the group. Welcome back, Bonnie

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I'm a world traveler, ESL tutor, animal lover, environmentalist, etc. I like to meet new folks and need to continue practicing my French skills.


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