Les Kerr
Cooking on the Square
Les Kerr
October
25
Cookeville, TN
The Bayou Band and I are looking forward to coming back to play Cooking on the Square on the steps of the courthouse in Cookeville, TN this Friday at 11:00 a.m. We hope to see you there to support this fun Cajun-cooking event that will benefit Putnam County Habitat for Humanity!
Thanks,

Les
       
 
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"Les Kerr has struck Cajun gold with The Americana Boogie, a delightful mix of Louisiana gumbo, Mississippi sunshine and Mardi Gras merrymaking. Les has made tremendous strides with his artistry, but more importantly, he brings an authentic, uplifting sound that makes listeners smile. Every Mardi Gras season, I long to return to my hometown of Mobile to celebrate. Les's latest album takes me there."  — Chuck Whiting, Publicist, author and composer, Nashville, Tenn.
"Les Kerr’s latest CD, The Americana Boogie, is my favorite of all his albums. Recorded in the studio with his Bayou Band, the ten songs capture the feeling of a live performance. 'Old Lighthouse' is a poignant metaphor for a world that is slipping away. 'Comfort Music' and the title cut will keep you humming and nodding your head long after you hear them. A meticulous songwriter, Les explains the goal of all artists in 'Speak to Someone’s Heart.' The entire CD is summed up in a line from the final cut: 'You can speak my language if you understand the blues.' Besides, it’s the only song I ever heard that contains the word 'Mozambique.' That alone should make you want to listen."  — Dr. Randy Cross, Humorist
"Listening to a Les Kerr CD is like getting a hug from an old friend. Warm, familiar, and energizing. There’s something about Les’ music that brings back happy memories, even though the tunes you’re listening to are brand new. Les’ latest cd, The Americana Boogie, is a great example with the mash up of musical styles on the title track, the shuffling 'Comfort Music,' and 'Mississippi Sunshine,' a great song for driving around with the top down."  — Fred McFarlin, Beaches, Bands & Bars
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