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LeeRon Zydeco & The Buffalo Touch – Mardi Graski 202Tree!
February 18 @ 8:00 pm
Mardi Graski 2 – LeeRon Zydeco & The Buffalo Touch – The Big Easy in Buffalo Local Series
Saturday, February 18, 2023
7pm Doors, 8pm Show
Last year’s show sold out, so get your tickets now!
The Big Easy in Buffalo is celebrating Mardi Gras, Buffalo style with local legends LeeRon Zydeco and The Buffalo Touch polka band, playing separately AND together. Whether it’s a two-step or a polka, some blues or an oberek, get ready for MARDI GRASKI 2!
Ron Davis aka LeeRon Zydeco is a professional musician with over fifty years of experience in recording and live performance. His credits include the Four Tops, Spencer Davis, Otis Rush, Bernard Purdie, Sean Costello, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. In 1991 he formed LeeRon Zydeco & the Hot Tamales. The band was the first in the Buffalo area to blend bluesy Cajun and Tex-Mex music into a roots sound. The group performs throughout the Eastern United States.
THE BUFFALO TOUCH
High energy, entertaining, a good time, and “plenty of dancing” is how to describe shows performed by The Buffalo Touch. This Award-Winning Polka Band performs music sure to put a smile on the face of everyone young and old alike. The Buffalo Touch has received three Grammy nominations for “Best Polka Album” and were the sole representatives of Western New York at the 45th, 46th, and 51st annual Grammy awards.
Since 2007 The Big Easy in Buffalo has brought New Orleans and Louisiana music and culture to the Western New York region several times a year for free and low cost live performance, as well as music education and mentoring for local musicians, students, and the community. Through The Big Easy in Buffalo thousands of students, dozens of local bands, and countless audience members in Western New York have been exposed to this unique American culture.
The Big Easy in Buffalo is made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Hochul and the NYS Legislature, Erie County, buffalo.fm, Dick & Jenny’s, National Fuel Gas Co., and Sportsmen’s Tavern.