“Ragin’ Cajun” Back in Nashville

After almost 20 years, the “Ragin’ Cajun” Doug Kershaw will return to Nashville to perform at the Tennessee State Fair, Sept. 11.

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Doug, a master of the cajun fiddle, has not been to Nashville for a performance since a Cajun Fest in 1989.  He is best known for his hit songs “Louisiana Man” and “Diggy Liggy Lo.” Performing with Doug is Wayne Renn, a new country fiddler who was inspired by Doug’s music as a child. Tickets for the show are $15 and are available at the Willie Nelson General Store in Nashville and both locations of the Ernest Tubb Record Shop in Nashville. Advance tickets include the gate admission to the fair, but not parking.

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