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"TOP 50 ALBUMS OF 2017" 

"Sing Me  A Story" made OffBEAT Magazine's top 50 picks of 2017.  Read more here! 

Laura Huval tells the story about  Red Bird Flies during Lafayette Storytellers event....CLICK HERE to watch the video. 


Mind-blowing song honors local lives lost”

by: Shari video story here


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TWEET FROM THE ZOMBIES about our French Version!

Sweet cecilia wins "best of the Beat Awards"

Sweet Cecilia sweeps the 2017 "Best of the Beat Awards" 

Best Country/Folk/Singer-Songwriter Artist:  SWEET CECILIA

Best Country/Folk/Singer-Songwriter Album:  Sing Me  A Story by Sweet Cecilia

Thanks to all who voted.  See full list of winners here



This band should be performing in Nashville and touring across the country and the globe. These women are the total package with immense talent, good looks and down home personalities that can turn the coldest hearts into mush.”

Herman Fuselier

Upcoming Shows....

Previous events


Sweet Cecilia @ New Orleans JAZZ FESTIVAL "Lagniappe Stage"

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Fairgrounds, 1751 Gentilly Boulevard, New Orleans, LA.

Sweet Cecilia (with special guests Lane Mac and Gary Usie) will perform at the Lagniappe Stage.... It is a great stage where you can sit and take a break from the sun and have a few cold ones.

Sweet Cecilia @ Victory Festival

Gallery 333 , Corner of Olivier and Monroe, Lafayette, LA

TownFolk is excited to present our 3rd Victory Festival! On Sunday, March 4th from 12 pm - 6 pm, we will have an art show and silent auction, food trucks, kids' activities, beer, and bands! The Victory Festival is FREE and open to the public and will be located at Gallery 333 on the corner of Monroe St. and Second St. near UpTown Lofts.

MUSIC: New Natives Brass Band, Bluerunners, and Sweet Cecilia

FOOD: C'est Bon Manger Food Truck

BEER: Victory Garden Post Prohibition Style Lager by Bayou Teche Brewing

*Bidders do not need to be present at the close of the silent auction to win. Winners will be contacted during the event and the following day.

Since the first Victory Festival, the Victory Garden, created in honor of Jillian Johnson and located in the LaPlace neighborhood, has gone through its first phase of building, planting, and harvesting. Money raised from this event will facilitate the continued expansion and maintenance of the garden.