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Iko Yaya plus Dance Lesson with Kevin & Ann Hutchinson

Doors at 7:30 pm; Dance Lesson at 8:00 pm
Show at 8:30 pm

Tickets are $12 Advance / $15 at the Door


I*ko Ya Ya dishes out steaming New Orleans-drenched “swamp and roll” for your dancing pleasure!
The band is made up of longtime members of some of our favorite local groups, and it’ll be a night of big time “bon temps roulez”!
The party started in 2013 when the original lineup got together to play the Louisiana-influenced music that moves them. Tonight it’s a full plate of their favorite New Orleans-based dance music – blues and boogie, Cajun/zydeco, R&B, Second Line, and even a little country – all delivered with a Mardi Gras vibe.
Among the dance favorites are “We Make a Good Gumbo,” “It’s All Over Now,” “Hey Pocky Way,” and “Waltz Across Texas.”

I*ko Ya Ya is Singer-percussionist Cheryl McBride (born and raised in New Orleans, a member of SwingThing, and one of our regular dance teachers)
Guitarist Jim Scott (Mark St. Mary, CZ & the Bon Vivants, Jeffery Broussard)
Bassist-singer Lance Houck
Saxophonist Otoe Mori (Humanistic, Smooth Jazz Alley)
Trumpeter Marty Arvan
Drummer Sam Siggins (California Cajun Orchestra, Courtableu, Creole Belles)
Accordion, guitar, singer Andre Nigoghossian
Piano, percussion, harmonica, singer Dave Rogers (SwingThing, Tamsen-Donner Band)


Earlier Event: March 25
Bandworks Spring Rock Festival
Later Event: March 28
Stu Allen