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Last Kiss

Zachary Richard

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zachary richard's latest hit album

this latest album by zachary could be one of his best. now days he does not do too many songs in english. the 3rd song, "the levee broke" is a powerful reminder of katrina and the acadian driftwood duet with celine dion is fantastic. as you can tell by listening to any zachary richard song it is obvious he is a proud cajun. zachary richard is an outstanding artist.

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zachary richard is my cousin, and ive heard him sing, and heard his songs early before they came out... i have been waiting for this album to come out since last summer in july. he is such an amazing, down to earth guy. and i look up to him in sooooo many ways. -Ani Fontenot

Biography

Born: September 8, 1950 in Scott, LA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Cajun rebel Zachary Richard has been offering his zesty, unique fusion of traditional cajun, zydeco, rock, and New Orleans blues since the early '70s. Though not well-known outside of Louisiana, Canada, and France, Richard, along with Michael Doucet and others, has been a key figure in the revitalization of Cajun music. He has also been a longtime social activist, using his potent song lyrics to promote Cajun pride and solidarity in the face of long-standing injustice and prejudice. This activism...
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