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Psycho Zydeco (NSW)

Psycho Zydeco (NSW)

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Psycho Zydeco, or the 'Psychos' as their fans affectionately dub them, have established themselves as one of the country's premier roots act who specialise in the high-energy, uplifting style of music known as zydeco.

This music was orginally born in the swamplands and bayou area of Louisiana's deep south. Drawing from all corners of the zydeco kingdom, Psycho Zydeco have created their own distinctive Australian style.

Driving washboard and funky, powerful drums underpin skittering, bluesy accordion melodies that weave together music designed for dancing.

Psycho Zydeco have an uncanny knack of crossing musical boundaries. Be it a blues, folk, jazz, world or country music festival, they perform with an energy and fun that draws an audience in and makes them part of the show.

The band has released three albums, toured Australia exentively, been invited to the prestigious Edinburgh Jazz Festival in Scotland and the Brecon Jazz Festival in Wales. Toured Europe three times and have built and enviable Psycho fan base along the way.

Zydeco is blues with an accordion up front. Music you can dance to.

Stefan Sernek accordion, bass & vocals
Christopher Wilson sax, frottoir & vocals
Gregg Hatton guitar, frottoir & vocals
Gene Gill drums & percussion

Chris Wilson is the Winner of the Bluestar Peoples' Choice Award 2007 for Best Australasian Instrumentalist - Horn.

CDs include:
Get On Board (2006)
Zydeco Factory (2000)
Sell Your Soul (1997)
Swamp Box (1995)

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Psycho Zydeco featured at the Australian Blues Music Festival in 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 1998 & 1997.

Visit the Psycho Zydeco website at: www.zydeco.com.au

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