Doug Kershaw - The Cajun Way-1970- Cajun , Rock , Folk (vinyl)

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Doug Kershaw - The Cajun Way-1970- Cajun , Rock , Folk (vinyl)

Labels for earliest pressings from 1969 will have the "W7" logo in a box at the top and Warner Brothers-Seven Arts above that. Later pressings with the WB shield logo at the top and Seven Arts dropped will be from 1970 or a little later.

Label:Warner Bros. Records ‎– WS 1820
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album 
Country:Canada
Released:1970
Style:Cajun


Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 9-10 - sprung
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 ~10
side 2 - 10
BIN # *15 / *30

Douglas James "Doug" Kershaw (born January 24, 1936[1][2]) is an American fiddle player, singer and songwriter from Louisiana. Active since 1948, Kershaw has recorded fifteen albums and charted on the 

the Hot Country Songs charts.

Early life


Rusty and Doug Kershaw, 1950s.

Born in an unincorporated community called Tiel Ridge in Cameron Parish, Kershaw did not learn English until the age of eight. By that time, he had mastered the fiddle, which he played from the age of five, and was on his way to teaching himself to play 28 instruments.[3] His first gig was at a local bar, the Bucket of Blood, where he was accompanied by his mother on guitar.

Kershaw became interested in Cajun music during parties his parents would host on the family's houseboat in Louisiana, where he first heard Cajun bands playing the music.

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