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Eddie LeJeune

About Eddie LeJeune

In Cajun music circles, the LeJeune name is a household word, partly because of legendary songwriter and accordionist Iry LeJeune. The younger LeJeune is no less beloved for his passionate singing and playing and for his uncompromising commitment to traditional Acadian music. Cajun Soul (1988) and Cajun Spirit (1998) are two of the genre's most highly praised recordings in recent years.

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Eddie LeJeune

In Cajun music circles, the LeJeune name is a household word, partly because of legendary songwriter and accordionist Iry LeJeune. The younger LeJeune is no less beloved for his passionate singing and playing and for his uncompromising commitment to traditional Acadian music. Cajun Soul (1988) and Cajun Spirit (1998) are two of the genre's most highly praised recordings in recent years.

About Eddie LeJeune

In Cajun music circles, the LeJeune name is a household word, partly because of legendary songwriter and accordionist Iry LeJeune. The younger LeJeune is no less beloved for his passionate singing and playing and for his uncompromising commitment to traditional Acadian music. Cajun Soul (1988) and Cajun Spirit (1998) are two of the genre's most highly praised recordings in recent years.

About Eddie LeJeune

In Cajun music circles, the LeJeune name is a household word, partly because of legendary songwriter and accordionist Iry LeJeune. The younger LeJeune is no less beloved for his passionate singing and playing and for his uncompromising commitment to traditional Acadian music. Cajun Soul (1988) and Cajun Spirit (1998) are two of the genre's most highly praised recordings in recent years.

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