Think of it as the roof for a uniquely American art form that brings blues, country, zydeco, and even jazz together. Mostly played in Louisiana, legends like Marcia Ball, Delbert McClinton or Lee Roy Parnell played and left their mark there. This is also where Brian Langlinais grew up
Brian received his musical indoctrination in this environment. In college, he majored in trumpet and vocal performance, but it was the singer who won out. Eventually, he landed in Nashville, where he recorded two acclaimed Americana records.
One of which is „Right Hand Road“. In addition to the stellar quality of the playing and singing, what distinguishes it is its level of songwriting. The tunes tell timeless stories while adding new twists. This recording could only have come from someone with Louisiana music in his DNA. It hasn’t previously been released in Europe. In addition, a new album is in the works.