Lisa Haley & the Zydekats

Lisa Haley & the Zydekats

 Los Angeles, California, USA
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GRAMMY Nominees - most joyful Americana/Cajun/Zydeco act on tour today!
National Tours in over 20 countries - World, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Country, Bluegrass, Rock, Pop, Cajun/Zydeco, Fine Arts, Film Industry, Corporate
Representing modern Zydeco for GRAMMY Museum / Hollywood Bowl Summersounds / Sir George Martin (Beatles producer) film “Rhythm of Life.”
Billboard World Chart: latest CD “Absolutely Live!” & GRAMMY Nominated “King Cake.”
Three women in our five-piece band
Pollstar Box Of

Biography

GRAMMY Nominated for "Best Zydeco or Cajun Album," Lisa Haley stands out among the finest violinists and vocalists in contemporary music today.

Her electric-blue violin "Louie," soulful songwriting, boundless energy and All-Star band "The Zydekats" are irreversibly compelling!

Bringing modern Zydeco/Cajun to a worldwide audience reaches far beyond a career playing solely traditional genre.

Lisa has worked with Sir George Martin (Beatles producer), multi-Grammy winner/producer Keb Mo', Brian Setzer, John Hiatt, and a host of others.

Her violin is prominent in movies such as "The Waterboy" (Adam Sandler), "The Grave" (Anthony Michael Hall), and HBO’s "Mr. Atlas".

She supports educational "Artist in Residence" programs, and performs worldwide over 150 days a year.

Lisa and her band are endorsed by Realist pickups, Barcus-Berry, Yamaha, Peavey, JBL, Korg, QSC, BBE, Drum Workshop, Paiste, ProTec cases, ProCo cables, and Thomastik strings.

Discography

- Absolutely Live! (2009) on Blue Fiddle Records
- King Cake (2008) on Blue Fiddle Records
- All the Way Live! (2005)
- Reggie Alligator (2005) single
- Talking to the Sun (2002) on Ryko/Warner
- Louisiana (2000) on Corazong Europe
- The Music of Joe Simien (1999)
- Waiting for the Sky (1997)
- Lisa Haley & the Zydekats (1995)
Radio airplay in the U.S. and 72 countries worldwide.

Set List

Show length from 1 hour to 4 hours.
High-energy, Americana/Louisiana/Celtic/Pop/Folk joyful music instantly recognizable.
Easy to dance to and sing along with.
Rich history of Louisiana/Americana.