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Louisiana Legends Fest
Entertainment LineUp

Saturday, October 19, 2024
10 am to 6 pm

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The rich, reedy tones and all-American, blue-collar themes in his #1 hits “I Miss My Friend,” “Awful, Beautiful Life” and “Have You Forgotten?” are reminders of the down-to-Earth, Haggard-like Darryl Worley you always knew. The island vibes and blue-eyed soul in new songs “It’s Good To Be Me,” “Lay It On Me” and “Lonely Alone” suggest there’s another, almost-funky, version of Worley that’s been kept under wraps.

Born and raised in southern Tennessee by a Methodist minister and a church-choir mom he describes as a “prayer warrior,” Worley started his musical career at the FAME Studio in Muscle Shoals, under the tutelage of producer/publisher Rick Hall (Mac Davis, Jerry Reed), where he remained for a solid five years. He played clubs almost nightly, honing his stage craft at the same time he was woodshedding his songwriting skills, and as Worley gained confidence, he found his way to Nashville. There, he secured a recording deal in 1999 on the basis of some demo recordings that showcased his authoritative vocals and his understanding of the hard-working country audience.

That key period in Worley’s career impacted his sense of community and the role that music can play in bolstering the mindset of his audience. He’s continued to perform for troops since that initial trip, going on more than 15 USO tours, sometimes losing money in the process to show his appreciation to his fellow patriots. Additionally, he established the Tennessee River Run, an annual multi-day event in Savannah, Tennessee, that brings in money for the Darryl Worley Cancer Treatment Center, a facility that offers assistance in a region that was previously unserved. He’s enlisted friends such as Ronnie Milsap, Tracy Lawrence, Lee Brice, Craig Morgan, Diamond Rio and Charlie Daniels to play the River Run through the years, typically raising more than $100,000 annually for local charities. The impact of the cancer center was underscored for Worley when his dad coaxed him to attend a cancer survivors event without telling Darryl what he was walking into.

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Zebb Rogers is a singer/songwriter originally from Saline, Louisiana, but he kept it small town as he now lives close to the Texas state line in a town called Kickapoo, Louisiana. His musical influences include Country, Americana, Southern Soul, and Christian Music. Through the years those influences have molded into a sound of his own. Some Recent Radio singles include “Saved Me From Myself” and “CHECK” which is performing well on the Texas Charts and receiving play in 68 countries. Another single “Baptized By A Back Road” recently reached #6 on Texas Internet Radio and performed well on the Texas and Positive Country charts. It’s reached over 100k streams to date. His latest Christian release is “Light The Way Home”. He and the band deliver heartfelt performances whether it be an intimate acoustic show or throwing down on the big stage. They also feature beautiful harmonies and a plethora of Original music and their favorite covers. He has had the pleasure of opening for acts such as Joe Nichols, Maddie and Tae, Tracy Byrd, Kenny Beard and more. They have been featured at many festival events such as the Natchitoches Jazz and Christmas festivals, Boofest, Rambling on the Red, Red River Revel, Battle of the bands, and more. In 2016 Zebb was a top 20 finalist in the televised McDonalds Sound-off Competition and in 2017 he received honors at the Arklatex Music Awards for “Male Vocalist of the Year”, “Album of the Year”, “Entertainer of the Year”, and “Song of the Year”- (Song From The Heart). He took a brief period off from music to focus on family and education, but made a strong comeback in 2022 releasing 3 new singles. This trajectory continued through 2023-present as he’s released notable singles recently “Red Dirt Heart”, “Where Your Boots Are”,  and “Miles Run Out” which have been well received. “Miles Run Out” will be featured on a 4-song EP with release date announced soon. Tracks will include songs from the vault that Zebb is a writer on. This EP is to celebrate turning 40 this year and some songs about life to go along with it. The final tune Only the Blood is a Christian song about the blood of Jesus covering our sins and life when time runs out.



Lucas Jagneaux & The Roadshow. The name’s pronounced Jag-no. Emerging from the woods of Northwest Louisiana, these boys have something to say and won’t stop till you hear it. And when you hear it, you’ll understand.

Lucas was as young as 3 when he began his entertainment career. At family gatherings, story has it that he used his great grandmother’s walking cane, as a microphone. He and younger brother Tobin were enveloped in family-style picking, singing and an all around love for country music. The deep family roots and love for music, ultimately bled over into their adult lives as they formed a band of their own in 2011. Joined by lifelong friend, Bates Bell on the Bass Guitar, who comes from an equally talented and rich musical stock, and Waylon Salter on the Pedal Steel— a mutual friend and multi instrumentalist with a resumé a mile long— the band crafted and honed a wall of sound, untouched by other four piece bands.

Even though they hail from the bayou state, Lucas was named 2019’s Texas Music Picker’s Songwriter winner. Immediately following, they dropped their lead off single, “New School” that was featured on Spotify’s Texas Music Now, where it amassed over 400K streams. Following the single were songs like “Broken Bow” — a comically true story of underage drinking gone wrong, you can feel the heartbreak in “Falls Like Rain”, and their single “The Worst Thing About Texas” is sure to pull your heart strings and make you love being from Texas, even if you’re not.

The Roadshow recently dropped their newest project, the “Honky Tonk Heart EP”. Saturated with pedal steel guitar, fiddle and some one line melodies on a telecaster— it’s everything you loved about old country music, repackaged for the modern listener.

You can follow Lucas and The Roadshow on all social platforms. But be on the lookout for the cloud of dust rolling through your town. Welcome to the sheaux.

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Alma brown and the A-1 gospel singers are a family oriented group who has been spreading the gospel through songs for over 30 years.

This group was formed by Ms. Alma Brown and they have traveled all across the United States from Babylon, New York to Austin, Texas spreading the gospel. In 2017 they signed their first record deal with Echo records and their first cd on that label titled “Thank You Jesus” was produced by Mr. George Dean of the gospel four. Their second cd titled “faith” was released in 2019 and was also produced by Mr. George Dean. The group has been nominated for several awards and has performed on the same stage with artists such as pastor Shirly Caesar, Dorothy Norwood, The Williams Brothers, The Canton Spirituals, The Gospel Four, Doc McKenzie and the highlights and the late Mr. Lee Williams. The group has performed at several festivals including the Wilson Pickett festival, the Arkansas state fair, the Louisiana soulfood festival and the downtown Little Rock food truck festival for the past four years. We are currently working on our third cd project with echo records and look forward to continuing to spread the gospel where ever the Lord leads us.



The Taylormade Band hails from Northeast Louisiana (Bastrop), and is headed by Mark "Mr. Taylormade" Taylor, Jr. This multi-talented band leader is the grandson of the late, great legend, Po' Henry Dorsey from the Delta Blues duo Po' Henry and Tookie. Mr. Taylormade has performed for the Louisiana Grammy Association, the Black Chamber of Commerce of Monroe, Louisiana, Music Prize Fest, and the NELA Music Awards,  to name a few.  He has also been called upon to work with many prestigious artists such as Keke Wyatt, Kim Burrell, Ro James, and many more. The Taylormade Band had the honor of opening up for RnB star Tank on his passage through Monroe. Mr. Taylormade's works have led him to be nominated more than once for the Sound Awards, the Best of the ArkLaMiss Award, in seven categories at the 2023 NELA Awards; subsequently winning 'Best RnB Artist ' and nominated in a further five categories at the 2024 NELA Awards. Over the years, Mr. Taylormade has created his unique brand of entertainment which fuses hard-hitting grooves, tight vocal harmonies, and mind-blowing solos combined with non-stop energy. Each member of the group is a multi-instrumentalist and together they play all genres of music from Funk, Soul, RnB, Rock, Pop and Blues. Audiences around the country have raved about this band's performances and entertainment value, as they not only produce original music, but also awesome mashup covers from the likes of Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker, Luther Vandross, The Gap Band, Earth, Wind & Fire, and other greats.Once you hear them play, you will know:

 "Ain't No Party Like a Taylormade Party, 'Cause a Taylormade Party Don't Stop"



We are The Hawkins Family from Bastrop ,La. We’ve been singing over 50  year and God hasn’t stopped blessing people through our ministry. 

The group is made up of nothing but family which makes singing about God even more special. 

The group members include Auburn Robinson (Lead Singer), Rose Robinson ( Lead / background), Eunice Hawkins ( background), Chris Hawkins ( Background/ Guitar), 

Quantae Hawkins ( keyboardist), Torrance Murphy ( keyboardist), Mark Taylor( Bass), and Sirnayland Hawkins (drums). 

Over the years we sung on many stages and gave received our share of awards and we praise God for it all. Our motto is A family who sings together builds the Kingdom of God together. 

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