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Johnnie Allan
JOHNNIE ALLAN appearing in 32 shows and/or playlists

JOHNNIE ALLAN

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JOHNNIE ALLAN

FROM THE SHOW: BLUE EYED SOUL AND SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES AND JOHNNIE ALLAN

From the show "Blue Eyed Soul and Swamp Pop: John Oates and Johnnie Allan" originally aired on December 10th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: PHILLY SOUL FOLKS & LOUISIANA SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES & JOHNNIE ALLAN

From the show "Philly Soul Folks & Louisiana Swamp Pop: John Oates & Johnnie Allan" originally aired on March 22nd, 2017

AMERICAN ROUTES LIVE: FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE LOUISIANE 2017

American Routes gears up for festival season by revisiting live performances from the 2017 Festival International, a showcase of French music from southwest Louisiana and the wider Francophone world along with blues, Chicano nouveau and swamp pop. We hear female Cajun supergroup Bonsoir, Catin tear up the stage; bluesman Corey Harris ring out the Mississippi Delta's West African roots; and blue-eyed soul from swamp pop legends Johnnie Allan, T.K. Hulin, and G.G. Shinn. Plus, accordionist CJ Chenier, son of Clifton Chenier, proves he is carrying on the king of zydeco's royal bloodline. Las Cafeteras from East Los Angeles give us a taste of Veracruz's Afro-Latin jarocho music, including the folk-turned-pop song "La Bamba." And Louisiana singer and fiddler Cedric Watson adds Caribbean and Latin flavors to his homegrown Creole sound.

AMERICAN ROUTES LIVE: FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE LOUISIANE 2017

This holiday weekend American Routes boogies down to bayou country to catch live music at Festival International, a showcase of French music from southwest Louisiana and the wider Francophone world along with blues, Chicano nouveau and swamp pop. For the 31st annual festival, we hear female Cajun supergroup Bonsoir, Catin tear up the stage; bluesman Corey Harris ring out the Mississippi Delta's West African roots; and blue-eyed soul from swamp pop legends Johnnie Allan, T.K. Hulin, and G.G. Shinn. Plus, accordionist CJ Chenier, son of Clifton Chenier, proves he is carrying on the king of zydeco's royal bloodline. Las Cafeteras from East Los Angeles give us a taste of Veracruz's Afro-Latin jarocho music, including the folk-turned-pop song "La Bamba." And Texas singer, fiddler, and accordionist Cedric Watson adds Caribbean and Latin flavors to his homegrown Creole sound.

PHILLY SOUL FOLKS & LOUISIANA SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES & JOHNNIE ALLAN

While they don't all have blue-eyes, the white soul and swamp pop guys and gals from Philadelphia and South Louisiana have created distinctive regional sounds of national significance. In Philadelphia, we sample soul roots of the famed band Hall & Oates; and learn from John Oates that -- despite years of pop music, big hair and synthesizers-- at heart he is also a folkie into country blues and flat-picked guitar a la Doc Watson and Mississippi John Hurt... which he plays live for us! The angelic-voiced Daryl Hall, on the other hand is more disciple of the Temptations who we'll hear along with the Orlons, The O'Jays and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. In south Louisiana the simmering pot of music that draws on Cajun, R&B, soul and country ends up as a tasty dish called Swamp Pop. Johnnie Allan (Guillot) is a Cajun Swamp Pop chef extraordinaire with hits like "South to Louisiana" and a version of the "Promised Land" played on the French accordion. He's surrounded by music from Earl King, Cookie & the Cupcakes, and Slim Harpo. Tasty indeed!

PHILLY SOUL FOLKS & LOUISIANA SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES & JOHNNIE ALLAN

While they don't all have blue-eyes, the white soul and swamp pop guys and gals from Philadelphia and South Louisiana have created distinctive regional sounds of national significance. In Philadelphia, we sample soul roots of the famed band Hall & Oates; and learn from John Oates that -- despite years of pop music, big hair and synthesizers-- at heart he is also a folkie into country blues and flat-picked guitar a la Doc Watson and Mississippi John Hurt... which he plays live for us! The angelic-voiced Daryl Hall, on the other hand is more disciple of the Temptations who we'll hear along with the Orlons, The O'Jays and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. In south Louisiana the simmering pot of music that draws on Cajun, R&B, soul and country ends up as a tasty dish called Swamp Pop. Johnnie Allan (Guillot) is a Cajun Swamp Pop chef extraordinaire with hits like "South to Louisiana" and a version of the "Promised Land" played on the French accordion. He's surrounded by music from Earl King, Cookie & the Cupcakes, and Slim Harpo. Tasty indeed!

PHILLY SOUL FOLKS & LOUISIANA SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES & JOHNNIE ALLAN

While they don't all have blue-eyes, the white soul and swamp pop guys and gals from Philadelphia and South Louisiana have created distinctive regional sounds of national significance. In Philadelphia, we sample soul roots of the famed band Hall & Oates; and learn from John Oates that -- despite years of pop music, big hair and synthesizers -- at heart he is also a folkie into to country blues and flat-picked guitar a la Doc Watson and Mississippi John Hurt... which he plays live for us! The angelic-voiced Daryl Hall, on the other hand is more disciple of the Temptations who we'll hear along with the Orlons, The O'Jays and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. In South Louisiana the simmering pot of music that draws on Cajun, R&B, soul and country ends up as a tasty dish called Swamp Pop. Johnnie Allan (Guillot) is a Cajun Swamp Pop chef extraordinaire with hits like "South to Louisiana" and a version of the "Promised Land" played on the French accordion. He's surrounded by music from Earl King, Cookie & the Cupcakes, and Slim Harpo. Tasty indeed!

BLUE EYED SOUL AND SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES AND JOHNNIE ALLAN

While they don't all have blue eyes, the white soul and swamp pop guys and gals from Philadelphia and South Louisiana have created distinctive regional sounds of national significance. In Philadelphia, we sample soul roots of the famed band Hall & Oates; and learn from John Oates that -- despite years of pop music, big hair and synthesizers -- at heart he is also a folkie into to country blues and flat-picked guitar a la Doc Watson and Mississippi John Hurt... which he plays for us live! The angelic-voiced Daryl Hall, on the other hand is more disciple of the Temptations who we'll hear along with the Orlons, The O'Jays and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. In South Louisiana, the simmering pot of music that draws on Cajun, R&B, soul and country ends up as a tasty dish called Swamp Pop. Johnnie Allan (Guillot) is a Cajun Swamp Pop chef extraordinaire with hits like "South to Louisiana" and a version of the "Promised Land" played on the French accordion. He's surrounded by music from Earl King, Cookie & the Cupcakes, and Slim Harpo. Tasty indeed!

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICAN ROUTES LIVE: FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE LOUISIANE 2017

From the show "American Routes Live: Festival International de Louisiane 2017" originally aired on April 11th, 2018

FROM THE SHOW: AMERICAN ROUTES LIVE: FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE LOUISIANE 2017

From the show "American Routes Live: Festival International de Louisiane 2017 " originally aired on June 28th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: PHILLY SOUL FOLKS & LOUISIANA SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES & JOHNNIE ALLAN

From the show "Philly Soul Folks & Louisiana Swamp Pop: John Oates & Johnnie Allan" originally aired on March 22nd, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: PHILLY SOUL FOLKS & LOUISIANA SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES & JOHNNIE ALLAN

From the show "Philly Soul Folks & Louisiana Swamp Pop: John Oates & Johnnie Allan" originally aired on February 10th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Labor Day with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on September 2nd, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: LABOR DAY WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Labor Day with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on September 2nd, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: PHILLY SOUL FOLKS & LOUISIANA SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES & JOHNNIE ALLAN

From the show "Philly Soul Folks & Louisiana Swamp Pop: John Oates & Johnnie Allan" originally aired on June 24th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 8th, 2015

FROM THE SHOW: BLUE EYED SOUL AND SWAMP POP: JOHN OATES AND JOHNNIE ALLAN

From the show "Blue Eyed Soul and Swamp Pop: John Oates and Johnnie Allan" originally aired on December 10th, 2014

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 3rd, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 3rd, 2013

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 4th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on April 4th, 2012

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on August 31st, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: FESTIVAL TIME IN LAFAYETTE, LA

From the show "Festival Time in Lafayette, LA" originally aired on August 31st, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: PICNIC PARTY MUSIC WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Picnic Party Music with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on May 25th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: PICNIC PARTY MUSIC WITH THE PONDEROSA STOMP

From the show "Picnic Party Music with the Ponderosa Stomp" originally aired on May 25th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: SOUTH TO LOUISIANA

From the show "South to Louisiana " originally aired on May 11th, 2011

FROM THE SHOW: HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM NEW ORLEANS!

From the show "Happy New Year from New Orleans!" originally aired on December 29th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM NEW ORLEANS!

From the show "Happy New Year from New Orleans!" originally aired on December 29th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: SOUTH TO LOUISIANA

From the show "South to Louisiana" originally aired on January 28th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: ALASKA / HAWAII

From the show "Alaska / Hawaii" originally aired on December 1st, 1999

FROM THE SHOW: SOUTH TO LOUISIANA

From the show "South to Louisiana" originally aired on August 15th, 2007

FROM THE SHOW: SOUTH TO LOUISIANA

From the show "South to Louisiana" originally aired on January 31st, 2007