RCZN’s Annual Holiday Party with
Cajun Dance Band
Saturday Dec 15
Celebrate the holidays at the historic Harmony House with C'est Bon and the Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network. Join us for dance lessons at 7:15pm, followed at 8pm by hard-rockin Cajun dancehall music from the C’est Bon girls.
C'est Bon Cajun Dance Band – Preview Video Mix
~~ let’s do it up right ~~
IT'S THE HOLIDAYS YALL!!!!
~~ be sure to bring a dish/snack to pass ~~
WHERE – Harmony House - 58 East Main St, Webster, NY 14580
WHEN – 7:15PM - Cajun dance lesson / 8:00PM to 11:00PM – Its show time!!!!
TICKETS: $12 Advance / $15 Day of Show / $10 w/ student ID
Kids 14 and under are FREE!!
SPONSORED BY: The Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network
INFO:(585) 727-4119 / www.rochesterzydeco.com
FACEBOOK EVENT: www.facebook.com/events/2171958366349643/
What do you get when the women of NY's top Cajun bands combine their musical talents?
C’est Bon Cajun Dance Band
C’est Bon is: Barbara Sanders on accordion and vocals, Jane Delisa & Susi Mills on twin fiddles and vocals, Betsy Fuller on guitar and vocals, and Evelyn Schneider on bass. These harmonious sisters have been singing and playing high-energy Cajun music to crowds in the area for over two decades, keeping the spirit alive and well. Since coming together as a band in September 2010, C’est Bon has been storming the scene, playing at numerous dancehalls, festivals and clubs from Times Square to Fort Lauderdale. Driving it all is their heartfelt love for the music and people of southwest Louisiana, and their dedication to keeping it real. It’s hard to tell who’s having more fun, the band or their audience, but one thing is for sure: a good time is guaranteed for all.
Here’s what people are saying about C’est Bon:
- “The Bop Shop's 14 Fridays series brought the heat to get you off your seat with an outstanding show from the all-female Cajun band C'est Bon. This is not subtle music. It's revved up both musically and rhythmically with a load of energy and stamina. The ladies of C'est Bon traded off vocals over the pump of the button accordion...It was passionate, immediate, sexy and cool.” - Frank DeBlaise, music critic at City Newspaper, Rochester NY
- "If anyone hasn't gotten a taste of these ladies' music, you're in for a definite treat. This is one of the best things out of the Northeast, if not the recent best in Cajun music. 'In your face,' but with a big happy smile." - Jesse Lége, Cajun Music Hall of Fame inductee
- "I love your band! Y'all are such fun. You’re respectfully channeling a love for the Balfas and traditional Cajun music. Bon job!” - Ann Savoy, esteemed musician, author, and record producer