A CONCERT WITH
ROCKIN’ CAJUN MUSICIANS
FRIDAY, April 25th, 2003 at
TICKETS: $35.00 General Public
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On Friday, April 25th, 2003 at 9PM, the Inter-Media Art Center (IMAC) in Huntington, Long Island
will present a concert with rockin’ Cajun musicians BEAUSOLEIL.
Now in their third decade, BeauSoleil has secured their position as America’s most popular Cajun group.
BeauSoleil has preserved the rich Cajun musical traditions of Louisiana, while adding elements of
zydeco, New Orleans jazz, Tex-Mex, country, blues and more. A Prairie Home Companion’s Garrison Keillor has
dubbed them “the best Cajun group in the world”
2001 saw the release of BeauSoleil’s latest Rhino recording, Looking Back Tomorrow- BeauSoleil Live,
along with Rounder records retrospective entitled The Best of the Crawfish Years 1985-1991.
This Grammy winning Lafayette, Louisiana group never fails to delight audiences with their high-spirited
performances. With Michael Doucet (violin, guitar, accordion, mandolin, vocals), David Doucet (guitar,
vocals), Jimmy Breaux (accordion), Billy Ware (percussion), Tommy Alesi (Drums), and Al Thrap
(bass, fiddle, banjo, electric guitar) BeauSoleil is sure to be a rockin’ good time at IMAC.
for this performance are $35.00 ($26.50 for IMAC Members).
For tickets to this performance, or for other IMAC programs,
call IMAC's 24-hour Arts-Line at (631) 549-ARTS. Tickets can
also be purchased at the theater from noon to 6PM, Tuesdays
to Fridays, and after 2PM on the day of the show. For further
information, call IMAC's business office at (631) 549-9666.
Inter-Media Art Center, Inc. is a non-profit Media and Performing
Arts Center whose programs and services are supported in part
by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts,
a state agency and the Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs,
as well as by the Members of IMAC. IMAC also gratefully acknowledges
support from Fleet Bank, Korg, USA, Branch Financial Services
and Olivia and Harlan Fischer. 370 New York Avenue Huntington,
(631) 549-9666 voice (631) 549-9423 fax