Joe Hall & The Cane Cutters Cajun, Creole, Zydeco

Louisiana Creole treasure Joe Hall and his band The Cane Cutters announce the release of their highly anticipated CD, "Aye Cher Catin" on Fruge Records. Hall states "I wanted to honor my grandfather with this CD." Recorded by Smithsonian ethnomusicologist Ralph Rinzler in 1978, "King" Ned's recordings reside in the archives of the Smithsonian today.

As a third generation Creole artist who learned at the knee of his grandfather, Joe Hall is devoted to preserving his heritage . At the age of 7 years, Hall made regular visits to elder statesmen of Creole music, such as “Bois Sec” Ardoin, Canray Fontenot, Calvin Carriere and Carlton Frank to learn tunes first hand and develop his own style.

Listen now to: Aye Cher Catin CD, by Joe Hall & The Cane Cutters -OffBeat Magazine describes Hall's music as "high-energy, amped-up Creole La La".

Joe Hall & The Cane Cutters are currently bookings festivals and clubs across the US and Europe for 2020 - 2022. If interested please call (734) 323-1761 Mark Palms (manager) email: frugerecords@gmail.com.


J. Palms 

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