The Midway Ramblers Cajun Band

The Midway Ramblers is an authentic and spirited Cajun band that knows how to entertain audiences of any age. To get that special Cajun sound the band members have lived and studied in Louisiana with legends of Cajun music. They maintain a very active schedule playing major festivals throughout the Midwest, including Taste of Chicago, Gumbo Ya Ya, and Evanston First Night as well as clubs such as The House of Blues, FitzGeralds’, and Schuba’s. The Ramblers have appeared at Brookfield Zoo’s Swamp Exhibit opening as well as its American Airlines sponsored Rhythm and Roots Festival 1998-2002. They also present educational programs on the Cajuns to social groups and cultural institutions including The Old Town School of Folk Music, The Chicago Cultural Center, The Terra Museum, The Shrine to Music Museum and present programs to elementary through university students. They have appeared on WGN-TV, "190 North" with Janet Davies on WLS-TV, on “Contempo” with Bobbie Markbreit, and on WLUW-FM (Loyola University Radio). They have been featured in The Chicago Tribune, River North News, The Northbrook Star and several issues of the Reporter Progress Newspapers.

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