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Listen to music from John Trahan like Le Two Step De Ossun, Allons Marier A Ce Soir & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from John Trahan. Born in March 1, 1962 in Abbeville, Louisiana, his father, Ophey Trahan, encouraged him to learn to play accordion, which he did along with guitar, bass, drums and fiddle. After living in the Dallas Texas area for a few years and playing local clubs and festivals with other musicians who loved Cajun Music, John moved to Nashville with his friends Stephan and Linda Dudash.
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The Louisiana Swamp Dogs - Do Do Wopp Song 02:28. Jimmy Breaux - Hathaway Tow Step 04:13. Album: Cajun Classics. John Trahan, Le Group Acadiana: best 2 tracks. John Trahan - Mean Woman My Louisiana, 2010 03:19. John Trahan - Convict Waltz My Louisiana, 2010 03:48. Artist: John Trahan Le Group Acadiana.
Trahan first recorded songs under the Johnny Rebel name in the mid-1960s at J. D. "Jay" Miller's recording studio in Crowley, Louisiana Trahan's first release-the fifth for the Reb Rebel label-was a 45 RPM single of "Lookin' for a Handout" and "Kajun Ku Klux Klan". The Money Belongs to Us", a song critical of . federal aid programs In 1974, Trahan's song "Lâche pas la patate" (also known as "The Potato Song"), sung by Jimmy C. Newman was released in Canada.
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Profile: American Cajun band from Louisiana, founded by Merlin Fontenot, Jimmy Domengeaux and John Trahan. Members: Jimmy Domengeaux, John Trahan, Merlin Fontenot.