Zydeco Road (2013) Movie

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(Hollywood) USA

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Elan Entertainment Group [us] - (in assocation with)

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(USA) - 2013

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Full Cast

  1. Ardoin, Dexter as [Himself]
  2. Broussard, Jeffery as [Himself]
  3. Carrier, Chubby as [Himself]
  4. Delafose, Geno as [Himself]
  5. Riley, Steve (IX) as [Himself]
  6. Romero, Roddie as [Himself]
  7. Taylor, Curley as [Himself]
  8. Thierry, Andre as [Himself]
  9. Thomas, Leroy (II) as [Himself]
  10. Watson, Cedric as [Himself]
  11. Haley, Lisa (I) as [Herself]


  1. Music

Full Plot

When a Cajun/Creole musician plays an accordion in the Louisiana bayou, it will set of an infinite chain reaction on the nearest juke joint dance floor. In Zydeco Road the film, the reverberations of the music radiating through dance audiences, is visually tracked in the farthest west Louisiana parish...Los Angeles. Beneath the Hollywood sign, emerges a free-form portrait of shared musical passion. Dance floor interviews, archival film and live performances all frame the Cajun/Creole music traditions as Louisiana ex-pats and new music fans in Los Angeles crowd the dance floor. Zydeco, required by law, is to dance until the human spirit is totally intoxicated. The committed dancers and the musically curious seek out Louisiana roots music venues at the Elks' Lodge, V.F.W. halls and summer music festivals. The film explores the connected and varied musical accordion styles of power-house Louisiana and Texas Playboys: Geno Delafose, Brian Jack, Noonie, Dora Jenkins, Step Rideau, Leroy Thomas, Chubby Carrier, Jeffery Broussard, Steve Riley, the Savoy Family Band, the Pine Leaf Boys, Roddie Romero, Cedric Watson, Nathan Williams, Rosie Ladet and Curley Taylor. With west coast Louisiana roots musicians Lisa Haley, Andre Thierry, T-Lou, Bon Musique, Mark St. Mary and Eddie Baytos, all share the stage and shape the constant competing forces of tradition and change of Americana roots music, echoed in the sound chamber outside of Louisiana. If you don't have rhythm, you'll find it. You don't just listen to a Cajun/Creole band, you get out in front of it. James Zentz Plot not found

Film Editors

  1. Fields, James (II)