skip navigation | text only | accessibility | site map
The Red Stick Ramblers (Uncredited)

The Red Stick Ramblers

"We live pretty fast and hard," confesses Red Stick Ramblers fiddler and vocalist Linzay Young. "We live life to its fullest. Then we pour that into our songwriting and our music, and take it with us wherever we go." Hard driving, witty, eclectic, and honest, the music of the Red Stick Ramblers is inseparable from their way of life and the rich Louisiana culture that first inspired them. Their fifth album, My Suitcase Is Always Packed, is as much a travelogue as a sound recording, complete with audio snapshots of relentless all-night dances, laid back campfire sessions, dusty honky-tonks, and raucous family reunions.

Watch Past Performances

The Red Stick Ramblers 11/22/11: The Red Stick Ramblers

Inspired by the rich culture of Louisiana, the group plays a mixture of different sounds, creating a hybrid of Cajun, country, stringband, and swing. A dance floor will be installed. Part of Swing, Swing, Swing.

The Red Stick Ramblers

Inspired by the rich culture of Louisiana, the group plays a mixture of different sounds, creating a hybrid of Cajun, country, stringband, and swing. A dance floor will be installed. Part of Swing, Swing, Swing.
The Red Stick Ramblers 1/6/09: The Red Stick Ramblers

This Baton Rouge–based quintet connects traditional Cajun, western swing, blues, and old-school jazz to create a diverse musical style.

The Red Stick Ramblers

This Baton Rouge–based quintet connects traditional Cajun, western swing, blues, and old-school jazz to create a diverse musical style.
Red Stick Ramblers 9/5/06: Red Stick Ramblers

This group delights audiences with danceable rhythms and strong, elegant melodies created by mixing Cajun fiddle tunes, Western swing, and traditional jazz of the 1920s and 1930s.

Red Stick Ramblers

This group delights audiences with danceable rhythms and strong, elegant melodies created by mixing Cajun fiddle tunes, Western swing, and traditional jazz of the 1920s and 1930s.

Comments