In the morning, from 9 to 12, there’s an informal jam session at Savoy Music Center.
From their website:
“….we ask only one thing… Please, no more than ONE triangle player at a time. If you’re wondering how to find the music center, just look for thirty cars lined up Hwy. 190 between Eunice and Lawtell.
We are open for business, and admission is free, but a small box of boudin or cracklins would make you the most popular guy in there for about 2-3 minutes.”
For the uninitiated, boudin is Cajun-style sausage, and cracklins are deep-fried pork skins.
Here’s what the jam session is like (direct link to the video on YouTube if you can’t see the embed box below)
There’s dancing at the Rendez-Vous, too, so go kick up your heels, cher.
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