Wade Bernard | Swamp Pop Café

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Swamp Pop Café

by Wade Bernard

South Louisiana mixture of rhythm and blues and cajun in the Fats Domino style with lots of New Orleans piano triplets and sax.
Genre: Blues: Louisiana Blues
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2. Goodbye Miss Heartache
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3. Alida
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4. Is Anybody Out There Lonely
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5. Chere Bebe
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6. Have You Ever Been Lonely
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7. Cajun Express
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8. Loneliness Behind Your Smile
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9. The One I Love
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10. You Break My Heart
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11. Louisiana Red Hot
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12. Look At All the Lonelies
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13. Mr. Honky Tonk
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14. Swamp Pop Café
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born in Thibodaux, Louisiana in 1953, Cajun musician Wade Bernard grew up in the fishing village of Golden Meadow along Bayou Lafourche 50 miles south of New Orleans. He performed with cajun and swamp pop musicians throughout Louisiana in the 1960s and 70s and recorded for the Jin label in Ville Platte, La.
Moving to Nashville in 1981 he joined up with Grand Ole Opry star Jimmy C. Newman, touring the U.S. and overseas and regularly appearing on the Opry. Along with Newman, he has recorded with legendary Cajun fiddler Rufus Thibodaux, Joel Sonnier (playing bass on his grammy nominated cd "Cajun Blood") and Cajun fiddler Waylon Thibodaux. He spent 16 years recording and touring with country star Ronnie McDowell and has performed, recorded or appeared with many country and rock and roll legends such as Carl Perkins, Brenda Lee, the Jordinaires, the Kentucky Headhunters, Conway Twitty, Mel Tillis, George Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Price, T Graham Brown, Billy Joe Royal, Eddy Raven, Laurie Morgan and others. He was also on the grammy nominated cd "All the King's Men" which featured Scotty Moore and D.J. Fontana, members of Elvis' original group.
He has appeared on TV and radio shows such as Nashville Now, Crook and Chase, Entertainment Tonight, That Good Old Nashville Music and Ernest Tubb's Midnight Jamboree.
As a songwriter, his songs have been recorded by grammy winners "the Kentucky Headhunters", Opry star Jimmy C. Newman, Swamp Pop legends Johnnie Allan and Rod Bernard, Cajun legend Vin Bruce and other Louisiana artists.
Producing his own recordings of cajun, country, gospel and swamp pop music, he was nominated by the Cajun French Music Association for best cajun vocalist in 2001 and 2002, and in 2008 his cd "Une Belle Journée" was nominated for the People's Choise Award. To this date he has released 12 solo CDs. He has produced many CDs for Louisiana artists including 3 for Shreveport, Louisiana's legendary drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, D.J. Fontana, on which he performed all vocals and bass.
He has toured Canada, Central America, Europe and most of the United States trying to spread some of his Louisiana culture with his music on his Spoon Recording label. His CD, "Swamp Pop Café", pays hommage to the new Orleans style of rhythn and blues and rock and roll of the 1950's and 1960's. Think of the Fats Domino sound and you will get and example of Swamp Pop music.
In 2007 he was inducted into the Louisiana Westbank Hall of Fame.
He and his wife Cheryl, a native if Houma, Louisiana reside in Tennessee.


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cheryl bernard


This is South Louisiana!!!!!!!!!

Patricia Wallace

Swamp Pop Café
wade i love it .you did a great job....

Mike

Swamp Pop Cafe
Great Album... Just Saw Wade in concert with Ronnie McDowell and they were awesome..Rock On Wade!!