Lost Bayou Ramblers

Grammy-Nominated Cajun BAND from Lafayette & N.O.La. 


Bonjour y'all, wanted to let you know about a special weekend of performances in New York:

Thursday, January 22, 9:00pm


Due to unforeseen circumstances at our prior venue or maybe because of the new Moons guidance, Odetta Hartman and the Lost Bayou Ramblers will be relocating tonights performance to the fabulous and mysterious Red Studio. Please join us THURSDAY 1/22 for a Cajun Waltz as we celebrate a new record release, curveballs, oddballs, old-friends, and Aquarians. Feel free to bring close pals, positivity, Costumes and Libations- if you have any questions or concerns.  Please email OdettaHartman   ( at ) gmail  ( dot ) com 



Friday & Saturday, January 23-24, 8;00pm
Beasts of the Southern Wild Live


Lost Bayou Ramblers join Wordless Music Orchestra in a live score performance to the screening of Beasts of the Southern Wild.

Symphony Space
2537 Broadway
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space

From the Symphony Space website:
Director Benh Zeitlin's magical realist fable set outside New Orleans, "a passionate and unruly explosion of Americana," (The New York Times) is the most celebrated indie film of the decade, winning countless awards and four Oscar nominations including Best Picture. The score, by Zeitlin and Dan Romer, is a grandly moving suite of music performed live here by the 25-piece Wordless Music Orchestra to a new music-less print of the film created specially for the project. This rare event has only happened once before in New York, but the score has taken on a life of its own--excerpts were performed by the LA Philharmonic in 2014 at the Hollywood Bowl under the direction of Gustavo Dudamel, and the live score was performed to the film the Barbican Arts Centre in London in July. 

These two shows, the only NYC performances of the season, will also feature the exceptional Lost Bayou Ramblers, who are on the film soundtrack and will appear as part of this project with Wordless Music for the first time. 

Merci, and spread the word!

Saturday, January 10, we perform along with Big Sam's Funky Nation and Naughty Professors for EXPORT NOLA, a showcase of Louisiana music presented by the BACKBEAT FOUNDATION, doors are at 6pm, show starts at 8pm, c'mon y'all!

LOST BAYOU RAMBLERS up for a BEST OF THE BEAT award! Click the image to VOTE!

What was David Dye's #1 musical moment of 2014?!



January 10 we return to Brooklyn Bowl for a special APAP performance for New Orleans' Backbeat Foundation, joined by Big Sam's Funky Nation, and Naughty Professor. Always glad to be back in brooklyn!


2014 marked the 15th year of Lost Bayou Ramblers, and the release of our 7th album, GASA GASA LIVE, which just got named to 50 albums of the year by fransschuman.com, in very good company.  The year started out with filming and recording for a -top secret- project, which will come out in 2015 (can't wait to share the secret when it's time!), and will end with two local shows at some of our favorite hometown venues, Bluemoon Saloon (Dec. 26) & Tipitinas (Dec. 27).  And everything in between has been nothing short of amazing, from opening for ARCADE FIRE on the REFLEKTOR tour in Houston and Austin, to 4 great festivals in Canada, a performance at CELEBRATE BROOKLYN (our dream venue ), and performing with a full orchestra in New York and London for the BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD screening and live score performance.

Thank y'all all for an amazing year, and we look forward to more fun and madness in 2015!

LOUIS MICHOT song LA LUNE EST CROCHE featured on the new album by LE PEUPLE DE L'HERBE from Lyon, France! Check it out:

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LBR takes a trip to ELECTRIC LADY

LBR takes a trip to ELECTRIC LADY