Celebrate the holidays at the historic Harmony House with C'est Bon and the Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network. Join us for a potluck dinner, dance at 4:15pm, followed at 5pm by hard-rockin Cajun dancehall music from the C’est Bon girls.
VIDEO: Girl Powered Dance Hall Music of C'est Bon! - http://vimeo.com/25850987
VIDEO: C’est Bon Cajun Band at Augusta Heritage Center - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wID43r8Efs
“This is not subtle music. It's revved up both musically and rhythmically with a load of energy and stamina. The ladies of C'est Bon traded off vocals over the pump of the button accordion...It is passionate, immediate, sexy and cool.” FRANK DeBLAISE, CITY NEWSPAPER
~~ IT’S THE HOLIDAYS Y'ALL ~~ let’s do it up right ~~ be sure to bring a dish/snack to pass ~~
LOCATION: Harmony House, 58 East Main St, Webster, NY 14580
DATE: Sunday December 18th
TIME: 4:15PM - Cajun dance lesson / 5:00PM to 8:00PM – It’s show time!!!!
TICKETS: $12 Advance / $15 Day of Show / $10 with Student ID
- Children 14 & under are FREE
SPONSORED BY: The Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network
INFO: (585) 727-4119 / www.rochesterzydeco.com
IN THE WORDS OF C’EST BON
“We're back in beautiful downtown Webster, NY to celebrate the holidays with our good friends from the Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network! Please come out and join us for a potluck dinner, a free dance lesson at 4:15pm, and an evening of fun and music at the lovely and historic Harmony House. C'est Bon hits the stage from 5:00 til 8:00, or till they give us the hook. THANK YOU to RCZN for keeping Cajun and zydeco music alive and very well in Rochester, NY!!!”
What do you get when the women of NY's top Cajun bands combine their musical talents?
C’est Bon includes the three original Cri de Bayou members, Barbara Sanders on accordion, Jane Delisa and Susi Mills on twin fiddles, Betsy Fuller (All Night Ramblers) on guitar, and Evelyn Schneider (Jesse Lége and Bayou Brew) on bass. These harmonious sisters have been singing and playing high-energy Cajun music to crowds in the area for over 20 years, keeping the spirit alive and well. Since coming together as a band in September 2010, C’est Bon has been storming the East Coast, playing at numerous dance-halls, festivals and clubs from Manhattan to Fort Lauderdale.
Here’s what people are saying about C’est Bon:
• “The Bop Shop's 14 Fridays series brought the heat to get you off your seat with an outstanding show from the all-female Cajun band C'est Bon. This is not subtle music. It's revved up both musically and rhythmically with a load of energy and stamina. The ladies of C'est Bon traded off vocals over the pump of the button accordion...It was passionate, immediate, sexy and cool.”
- Frank DeBlaise, music critic at City Newspaper, Rochester NY
• "If anyone hasn't gotten a taste of these ladies' music, you're in for a definite treat. This is one of the best things out of the Northeast, if not the recent best in Cajun music. 'In your face,' but with a big happy smile."
- Jesse Lége, Cajun Music Hall of Fame inductee
• "I love your band! Y'all are such fun. You’re respectfully channeling a love for the Balfas and traditional Cajun music. Bon job!”
- Ann Savoy, esteemed musician, author, and record producer
C'est Bon Cajun Dance Band – Video mix - www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkAfM15PAW8&list=PLAECC336DE1A06209
Girl Powered Dance Hall Music of C'est Bon! - http://vimeo.com/25850987
C’est Bon Cajun Band at Augusta Heritage Center - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wID43r8Efs
C'est Bon Cajun Dance Band - Wellsville Arts Center - www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0Hhylj6x_4
C'est Bon Cajun Dance Band @ 1st Annual Moo-morial Party – 2014 - www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbIiJv7oQc0