We are folk musicians who traveled like wandering mistrels for several summers in France and Great Britain. After the turn of the century we started toting a Mini-DV camera with us, so we have gathered much Euro footage which has produced four 80 minute travel films: "La Belle France," "It's Great! Britain," "La Manche/The English Channel," and "Etched in Stone: Scotland to Provence." A fourth film was made just by staying in our home state: "Hello Louisiana" is an 80-minute musical romp. It has been shown on Louisiana Public Broadcasting, on the Sunday before Mardi Gras (2007) and was featured in the summer 2007 issue of Louisiana Life magazine.
Two of our songs, "Cajun Christmas" and "Would You Fly?" were heard in the movie "Steel Magnolias," and many of our tunes from our "Dancing Cajun" CD have been played on KBON as well as other quality radio stations in South Louisiana. Our first album, "Going Back to Shreveport," features many talented local musicians on original and, sometimes, funny songs.
We have just finished "Wales: Land of Song," focusing on stories of castles, sheep, rugby, eisteddfodd, and Welsh Celtic music. This film is to be the ultimate in our Quintet of France/Great Britain travel films.
Next we'll produce a film about Father Junipero Serra, a Franciscan who came from Majorca, worked his way across Mexico and eventually, between 1769 and 1784, founded the first nine of the 21 California missions.
We travel the USA during the winter months showing our travel films, with live narration, in theaters and auditoriums. In January we were in Florida; in February and March we'll be in Michigan and surrounding states and the province of Ontario; and in April, we'll be in California. Maybe we'll see you somewhere.