Since 1933, The Hackberry Ramblers have played a toe-tapping blend of Cajun music and western swing, with a dash of Gulf Coast "swamp pop," rock & roll, and classic country. Still led by founding members Luderin Darbone and Edwin Duhon, The Hackberry Ramblers are thrilling audiences around the world - from New York's Bottom Line to The Grand Ole Opry, from The Broken Spoke in Austin to The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, from The Kennedy Center in Washington to The Strawberry Festival at Yosemite, from Cajun-zydeco festivals in Holland to country music extravaganzas in France, to The Newport Folk Festival. This rollicking dance-hall feeling also bursts forth from the Hackberry Ramblers' Grammy-nominated Deep Water, with guest artists Marcia Ball, Rodney Crowell, Michael Doucet and Jimmie Dale Gilmore.
Accommodations for the Hackberry Ramblers are courtesy of
The Maison St. Charles