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Aldus Roger

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Birth name  Aldus Roger
Albums  A Cajun Legend
Instruments  Cajun accordion
Genres  Cajun music
Occupation(s)  musician
Role  Musical Artist
Origin  Carencro, Louisiana
Name  Aldus Roger

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Born  February 10, 1915 (1915-02-10)
Died  April 4, 1999, Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
Similar People  Lawrence Walker, Nathan Abshire, Rufus Thibodeaux, Belton Richard, Austin Pitre

Associated acts  Lafayette Playboys

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Aldus Roger (February 10, 1915 – April 4, 1999) was a Cajun accordion player in southwest Louisiana, best known for his accordion skills, and television music program.

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Early life

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Aldus Roger was born in Carencro, Louisiana and learned to play the Cajun accordion at age eight. His father, Francis Roger, didn't want him to play accordion; however, he would borrow it and play in the barn.

Lafayette Playboys

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Roger led the Lafayette Playboys for over twenty years. During the late 1950s and 1960s, he hosted his own music program on KLFY-TV 10 in Lafayette. Among his many recordings are “KLFY Waltz,” “Channel 10 Two Step,” “Mardi Gras Dance,” and “Lafayette Two Step (1964).” He also recorded a Cajun French version of Hank Williams country-and- western hit “Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” (which Williams in turn had based on the Cajun tune “Grand Texas”).

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He recorded several albums, one with Rounder Records entitled "Aldus Roger & the Lafayette Playboys - Legend Series" in 1998 and another with La Louisiane Records entitled "Plays the French Music of South Louisiana" in 1993.

The Aldus Roger song "Les Haricots Sont Pas Salés" (translated: "The Snap Beans Ain't Salty") is covered by Ambrose Thibodeaux in some of the The Sims.

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