Rough Chowder plus Voodoo Kitchen are in The Molson Hall at the Goring Conservative Club, Worthing from 8.00 pm tonight (Friday April 24th).
Goring Conservative Club said: “Welcome to the Kitchen. This month our special guests are: Rough Chowder.
“An evening of Cajun from the best purveyors of the genre from some of the finest musos in the South!
“Rough Chowder hail from Sussex and present a lively repertoire of traditional and revamped Cajun, Zydeco and Swamp Blues from the Bayou’s of Louisiana.
“Influenced and inspired by some of the greats such as the Balfa Brothers, Octa Clarke and Boc Sec Ardroin, but also by the new generation of Cajun bands such as Feufollet and Pineleaf Boys, Rough Chowder have brought their unique sound across the Atlantic to the UK combining the traditional songs with some of the more obscure Cajun and Creole tracks, together with elements of rockabilly and Western swing.
“Singing in a both Cajun French and English, Rough Chowder maintain a smooth tempo for traditional two steps and waltzes and foot stomping high energy Zydeco to get your groove on. LAISSEZ LES BONS TEMPS ROULER!
“Voodoo Kitchen is a feast of Country Gospel and Blues delivered in a traditional acoustic style. Songs delving into the likes of Gene Clarke Mikey Newbry, Billy Joe Shavers, Ry Cooder, John Hiatt, Delbert McClinton, Commander Cody, Osarks, Country Joe…… to mention but a few
“Come on down and enjoy yourselves!
“Two great bands for the price of one!”
The Goring Conservative Club is at 49 Mulberry Lane, Worthing.