Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers

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He has no competition in his genres, he's the Jimmy Hendrix of the accordion, Rolling Stone magazine

Dwayne, born March 3, 1979 in Lafayette, Louisiana, was the last of eight children.  Dwayne attributes his musical ablilities to his father, Rockin' Dopise, Sr., a pioneer of Zydeco music. As a small child, Dwayne was  interested in the washboard, but quickly realized he had  incredible talent with an accordion.  He has played the accordion since age seven and states, "This is my calling - Zydeco music is in my blood and it is my heart and soul."  As a tribute to his late father,  the most influential person in his life,  Dwayne plans to record an album of his Dad's greatest Zydeco hits. 

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He has no competition in his genres, he's the Jimmy Hendrix of the accordion, Rolling Stone magazine

Dwayne, born March 3, 1979 in Lafayette, Louisiana, was the last of eight children.  Dwayne attributes his musical ablilities to his father, Rockin' Dopise, Sr., a pioneer of Zydeco music. As a small child, Dwayne was  interested in the washboard, but quickly realized he had  incredible talent with an accordion.  He has played the accordion since age seven and states, "This is my calling - Zydeco music is in my blood and it is my heart and soul."  As a tribute to his late father,  the most influential person in his life,  Dwayne plans to record an album of his Dad's greatest Zydeco hits. 

Sleep all day, dance all night. Rate code CLEAREYES gets you a winning rate. 

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