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To describe the Bluerunners merely as a Louisiana band is to do them a slight disservice. While there are certainly elements of every aspect of that state's rich musical tradition in the Bluerunners' sound, there's also an odd texture at work here. That's due first of all to their odd instrumentation, which at any moment can combine various traditional acoustic instruments with electric guitars and saxophones. Secondly, they take all of these basic Louisiana musical elements (Cajun, zydeco and R&B) and integrate them with further elements of country-rock, proto-funk and rock & roll. The results keep changing the texture of this band on an almost track-by-track basis with a strong, danceable beat as the thread that holds it all together. Highlights include "Au Bout Du Chemin," "Landslide," "Curb Service," "Doorway," "Au Bord Du Bayou" and "Ossun Two Step." Traditional roots heading in a new direction.


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Named for a Louisiana swamp fish, the Bluerunners are essentially a Cajun rock & roll group; except when they play traditional Cajun music, or the blues, or funk. They seem to defy any attempt to pigeonhole their music. They have been likened to Los Lobos, except the language they sing in is French instead of Spanish. A look at the French names of the founders of the group gives a clue to their identity: Steven Le Blanc and Mark Meaux. Those surnames are about as Cajun as they come, and their hometown...
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