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A native of Carencro, Louisiana, this pioneer of Zydeco, Creole, Blues, and Rock-n-Roll music has been playing music for over 50 years.

At the age of fifteen, he began his first gig as scrubboard player for the three-man band led by Fernest Arceneaux on accordion and Wilton Bernard on guitar.

Having ‘sat in’ as well as played drums for legendary greats such as Boozoo Chavis, Roy Carrier, Corey Arceneaux & the Zydeco Hot Peppers, and Thomas “Big Hat” Fields, Shane was at one time approached by the late Beau Jacque to be a part of his band.

Horace was sixteen years old when he began singing Cajun music in French and in English. The road schedules would take the talented eighteen year-old musician to New York, Boston, Chicago, Canada, France, California, and the summer Olympics in Atlanta. In the year 2000, Horace revamped his band with all new members, and they were called, “The New Ossun Express.” It was at this time that Horace recorded his second album entitled, in November of 2013.

Not long after making his mark on bass drum in the marching band at Carencro High School and graduating, Horace hit the road and began touring with D. These musical blueprints are just a tip of the model plans for Horace Trahan and his limitless talent as an accordionist, vocalist, writer, and producer.

Rodney currently plays the scrubboard for Thomas “Big Hat” Fields, and has added his veteran musical flavor on board with Horace Trahan and the Ossun Express.

He is most proud of his family and his Louisiana culture, and he emits that love onstage.

James Prejean of Lafayette, Louisiana, is a force to be reckoned with on the bass guitar.

Having graced the stage for 28 years with such names as Roy Carrier, his brother, Warren Prejean and the Creole Farmers, Nathan Williams, Thomas “Big Hat” Fields, and many others, James has mastered the technique for setting bass line tones for any genre of music.

It was during this time that he honed in on his drum-playing skills and transitioned his musical abilities.

By the age of 18, Rodney helped to form the band known as “Guitar George & his Rock-n-Roll Band,” fashioning their music to the likes of Fats Domino, Earl King, Guitar Slim, BB King, and Big Joe Turner.

Since the age of three, Horace’s genuine appreciation for music, is still his source of unwavering creativity, today.

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