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March 16, 2013 at 7:30 pm

Two great Louisiana talents join forces to explore three great American musical
traditions: Cajun, Creole and old-­time Appalachian
“Now that’s the kind of fiddlin’ I like, right there...” Loretta Lynn

Dirk Powell has expanded on the deeply rooted sounds of his Appalachian heritage to become one of the preeminent traditional American musicians of his generation.

In addition to acclaimed releases on Rounder Records, hes recorded and performed with artists such as
Loretta Lynn (playing several instruments on her Grammy-­winning release Van Lear Rose), Sting, Jack
White, Levon Helm, Jewel, T-­Bone Burnett, Ralph Stanley, Linda Ronstadt and, currently, with Joan Baez. His ability to unite the essence of his culture with modern sensibilities has led to work with many of today’s greatest film directors, including Anthony Minghella, Spike Lee, Ang Lee, Victor Nuñez, Steve James, and Edward Burns. As a founding member of Balfa Toujours and long time Louisiana resident Dirk is equally at home playing Cajun music.

Spearheading the emerging generation of Creole musicians, Cedric Watson is a fiddler, vocalist, accordionist and songwriter of enormous talent and potential.

Injecting a healthy dose of his own personality and ingenuity, Cedric has been exciting an ever-­broadening audience with his unique take on traditional Creole music, and with his new compositions that expand the genre while still respecting its roots. In the few years since he assumed the role of bandleader, all three of his albums have been nominated for Grammy Awards.

Moving with ease between fiddle and accordion, and adding his strong blues-­inflected vocals, Cedric’s creative style and obvious joy in playing make him an engaging and exciting performer.

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Dirk Powell
Cedric Watson

Crossroads Music is in part supported by the Philadelphia Cultural Fund, the Samuel S. Fels Fund, and the Spruce Hill Community Association.

This project is supported by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency, through the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA), its regional arts funding partnership. State government funding for the arts depends upon an annual appropriation by the Pennsylvania General Assembly and from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. PPA is administered in this region by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.