The group toured both the East and West Coast of the United States. They've also toured the European countries where zydeco is still a fascination for many people. They may not understand the language, but the music is what fascinates their curiosity and keeps them asking for more.
For various reasons, in the early 90s, the band members decided to seek other interests, which led to the break-up of the group. Zydeco Force reunited for the new millennium. Robby and Jeffery, the band's accordionist, went to the drawing board to redesign the groups format. Successfully doing so, a decision was made to reunite and record a 6th CD. Since reuniting, the group added an additional 3 cd's to their collection, making the total of cd's 9.
Zydeco music lovers may reminisce about legendary scenes of the past when the group created sounds that shook the zydeco scene. There is the traditional music brought up to date, delivered with such intensity that still entices generations of dancers to the dancehalls. Fans, new and old, will enjoy the music on the new, soon to be released, CD.
The featured CD, "Louisiana Chicken Shack", has a new member. He is 7 year old Guyland Leday. Selected songs from this CD will be featured on an HBO documentary titled "Searching For A Groove" due to be released, February 2006.
For more information on this group go to their web site: www.zydecoforce.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the artist's website:
1. Louisiana Chicken Shack
3. Short Dress
4. Guyland Groove
5. Old Zydeco
7. Lil Boy
8. Creole Country
9. Need Your Lovin
10. My Lil Woman
12. Uncle Bud
13. Zydeco Music
14. The Richest Man