Zydeco Artworks - Who Put The Hot in The Hot © Ealymaysartworks.com

Title: Who put the Hot in the Hot
Year Painted: 2011
Type: Oil on Canvass
Dimension: L 40.5” (102.9 cm) W 62.5” (158.8 cm)
Price: $4,000 - Also available in prints and memorabilia

         
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The influence of brown and black creole culture and their Zydeco music form on the American life  Quadroon and Octoroon type ball in Salle d'Orleons brought into the Zydeco era.  Omnipresent eye looks on from the midst (monitored by elements of power). Sax player, Drum master, Piano, Flute, and Horn players. Clifton Chenier, Buckwheat Zydeco, Rockin' Sidney, and Queen Ida maybe part of this event. 

 


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