Monthly Archives: December 2015

2016 Grammy Nominees for Best Blues Album

2016-grammy-nominees-blues-album

Check out the 2016 Grammy nominees for Best Blues Album! As 2015 comes to an end, the Grammy nominees are in for 2016! This year, there are five nominees for Best Blues Album 2016. Each album is a fantastic illustration of blues music. Last year’s winner was Johnny Winter’s Step Back. It was his final album. The

Best Year-Round Blues Venues in Los Angeles

Blues Venues Simi Valley CA

Listen to great performances year round! Can’t wait for the Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival in May? We hear ya’! Enjoy live blues performances year round at these blues and jazz venues throughout Los Angeles! The Jazz Bakery Moveable Feast After the Helms Bakery in Culver City became a furniture store, this jazz joint

Celebrate the Season of Giving and Give Back to the Community

Ways to Give Back to the Community Simi Valley CA

Support your local community! The holidays are here! With all the holiday fun comes a chance to give back to the community! The Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival proudly supports the local community! All our profits are donated to charitable, educational, and humanitarian causes in our community. We encourage you to do the same this

Charming Cajun Recipe for the Holiday Season

Cajun Recipe For Holidays Simi Valley CA

Bring a little Cajun into your Christmas holiday! If you’re an enthusiast of all things Cajun and you’re tempted to try some spice in your holiday dishes, this one is lined up perfectly for you! This Shrimp and Andouille Sausage with Asiago Grits is a true Cajun favorite and is suitable for the upcoming winter

Cajun Tunes to Rock Your Festive Party

Cajun Tunes to Rock Your Festive Party

Add a little Louisiana to your Christmas this year! If you’re looking for the perfect Cajun soundtrack to your holiday season, look no further! We have put together a list of 5 Cajun/Zydeco songs that should be incorporated in your Cajun Christmas playlist! Christmas in New Orleans – Louis Armstrong In New Orleans, it all