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Jo-el Sonnier was born the son of French-speaking sharecroppers near Rayne, Louisiana. Sonnier began playing his older brother's accordion at age three and first performed on the radio when he was six. Influenced by the great Iry LeJeune, he began playing Cajun music in local clubs, making his recording debut at age 13. When Jo-el finished school, he moved to Lake Charles and joined Robert Bertrand's Louisiana Ramblers.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
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