The Big show this Friday night December 23, 2016 will be one to rmember as The Nameless, Layden and the Lion, and The Atari’s bring real Rock music to Downtown Lafayette, LA to the Steam Press Coffee Cafe located at 520A Jefferson Street. The Nameless brings alot of great energy to the stage at will start at 8pm sharp followed by Layden and the Lion up next just freshly back from a tour and ready to hit the stage with some great new original music! – Tickets are $15 and is currently 60% sold out at the moment. Get your tickets to the show by clicking here
Check out some originals in the interview with The Nameless below
Then everyone will be anxious to see headliners traveling all the way from the midwest and currently on a tour The Atari’s. who will be here and ready to bring many local fans a show to remember. The band has had a big run of success and had a remake of Don Henley’s Boys of Summer on a previous album (listen below)
Today we were able to volunteer our time and help many people throughout the Acadiana area through efforts made by a local Abbeville, LA area flood victim Shannon Cooper located in Lafayette, LA at 314 Coolidge Dr. Shannon is someone who really was able to prove the the theory behind the term “Make A Difference.” Shannon has been arranging assistance from local truckers as well as many efforts through this community. Shannon has and will continue to work as hard as she can to bring relief to many flood victims affected in the recent downpour across the state. Thank all for your efforts and if you can volunteer your time please make arrangements to do so in Lafayette, LA by contacting Shannon below.
If you are a flood victim and need assistance or a facility also please call Shannon Cooper also at 253-343-7690. She will be happy to arrange assistance for you as well.
Today we were able to speak with one of the owners of The Headquarters Salon Nonnie Berard originally from Breaux Bridge, LA. The Headquarters Salon is a full service salon located on 213 Guilbeau Rd. in Lafayette, LA. The business is currently celebrating it’s second year. From outside… it looks like a regular business in Acadiana…but when you walk inside you are transformed into a business with many memories of Live Music and it’s shows. The salon is decorated heavily with guitars, a piano, old classic albums from many genres, and many things that will make you comfortable to relax and give your style a little more Rockin’ look. The salon also has a full time massage therapist Susan Stewart and she is currently running a Swedish Relaxation Massage for an hour for $60.
There are many varieties of styles that the stores owners Nonnie Berard and Krystin Dupuis Avant could have designed around, but after growing up with Live Music in the Acadiana area… with family and friends as musicians… the theme is here to stay! Thank you for supporting music in general in Acadiana and reminding us that creative expression is another great part of Louisiana and it’s people!
To hear the entire interview today on RadioLouisiana.com click the link below and thank you for listening!
Joshua LeBlanc is excited this week…he just finished a few originals and wants you to hear them along with other various music tonight in Youngsville, LA at 501 Sports Bar. (View location by clicking here) Joshua LeBlanc had an interview Monday night on RadioLouisiana also talking about the new trio album…as well as even newer songs on the way for a full album in the future. We enjoyed the interview (below) as well as the background behind the tracks…one track “Glitter and Tonic” we thought was a pretty creative song about three guys in Acadiana hitting a local “gentlemen’s Club” but our favorite for sure will have to be “Watching The Tide” as you will hear immediately in the interview in the beginning played on acoustic guitar. Hear this and more about songwriting from Joshua LeBlanc by clicking below. Follow Joshua for new gigs and bookings by clicking here