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The iamcreoleNetworks.com blog radio for all those of Louisiana Creole roots and heritage! This is a show dedicated to playing ZYDECO and talking about issues within the Cajun/Creole world of Louisiana....ZYDECO LAISSEZ LES BONS TEMPS ROULER ET ROULER...

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This segment is here to inform the masses on "Creole Work". We will play a few Zydeco songs, and talk with Charles Jolivette about his newest project, "Bayou Babies" and what this entreprenuer is doing to bring his Creole culture to the... more

This episode of the iamcreoleRadio should help us all to be inspired to follow our dreams and shoot for the moon, because we may always land amongst the stars. This show I will be interviewing Keithian De' Von as an actor, Keithian has... more

The Louisiana Creole community is GROWING. Because, long lost cousins are coming home and understanding where their history and roots come from. We can thank modern day technology such as ancestry.com and other methods for... more

There is a film that is heavily anticipated entitld, The Keeper of the Flame. This film is created about a true story from the life of Brian Harrison Nelson the grandson of the Big Chief Donald Harrison. He is a graduate student at USC... more

The French language is the founding langauge of Louisiana. The Louisiana Creole and Cajun all can trace roots to a French speaking community within the state. However, the 1900s was a very anti-French century for Louisiana. The... more

Come and join us October 29th at 3pm CST to begin the weekend with some BON TEMP ZYDECO. As well as, listen to ZYDECO LEGEND Sean Ardoin talk about Zydeco culture and his TWO RECENT CDS. One of which created a new... more

This show is dedicated to welcoming back our listeners worldwide. We will talk about new and upcoming things taking place within the iamcreole organization. We will also have some BON TEMP New Orleans Jazz, Creole Zydeco,... more

Hurricane Katrina gave many people ONE THING in common, a story. There are hundreds of thousands of stories. There are depressing stories, stories with good-endings, stories with bad-endings. The stories affected Creoles, Cajuns,... more

We are continuing our dedication to New Orleans in the month of Hurricane Katrina's devastation. We often wonder if things are being done to heal the Cresent City. The answer is yes, in fact a young Creole, originally from the... more

Well, New Orleans is a thriving city an area of several hundred thousand people. The entire metropolitan area encompasses 1.3 million people. If you can imagine it is the hustling center of Louisiana, for business. However, not everyone... more
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