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Texas-Polish Music at Sengelmann Hall

by James Smock on July 11, 2009

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TEXAS-POLISH, TEX-MEX and Louisiana Cajun Music at Sengelmann HallTEXAS-POLISH, TEX-MEX and Louisiana Cajun Music at Sengelmann Hall in Schulenburg on September 6, 2009!

Houston area, Texas-Polish fiddler Brian Marshall (Marszalek) joins button accordion, Chemnitzer concertina and trumpet player Bradley Jaye Williams (Szumila) for a “POLSKI DZEM SESSION” with members of The Gulf Coast Playboys as they perform polkas, obereks and Cajun two-steps and waltzes to keep the dancers on their toes.

Longtime Austin favorites Conjunto Los Pinkys will also perform and features 74 year-old accordionist and singer Isidro Samilpa for a set of traditional polkas, waltzes, shotis, redovas and more!

Brian Marshall: fiddle, button accordion, vocals
Isidro Samilpa: button accordion, vocals
Rob Perez-Jewett: upright bass, acoustic guitar
Brian Wisnoski: Polish frame drum, triangle
Chuck Bolin: drums
Tim Walsh: clarinet, soprano and tenor saxophone
Bradley Jaye Williams: Chemnitzer concertina, button accordion, bajo sexto, trumpet, vocals

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