Cajun fiddler/story-teller slated for Sale Barn
The music of Hadley J. Castille is one of the finest examples of authentic south Louisiana Cajun fiddle music.
Castille, joined by two members of his family as well as the Sharecroppers Band will entertain his audience with lively Cajun music on Saturday, March 21, 2009, from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the historic Richard’s Sale Barn located at 1307 S. Henry Street (Hwy 335) in Abbeville.
Castille has always preferred to spin his own yarns rather than relate the tales of others, so he has amassed a sizable body of original material over the years. Expect to hear featured songs such as Cajun French Music Association award-winning chestnuts as “200 Lines” (‘I must not speak French on the schoolyard anymore’) and “Faire Whiskey” that recounts the ‘white mule’ corn liquor stills in the woods surrounding the hamlet of Pecaniére, LA.
Tickets for the “An Intimate night with Hadley Castille and Family” will be $15 and can be purchased at Abbeville Record Shop, Piazza Office Supply, or by calling 337-893-5760 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.