What can anyone say about Rod Bernard that hasn't already been said over and over again. Rod's ultra unique "Louisiana" style has earned him about every award that one man can earn. From a very early age, it was evident that Rod Bernard was the ultimate south Louisiana vocalist. His first recording of "This Should Go On Forever" was the first "Swamp Pop" million seller. Before the age of 20, Rod was touring the USA and even appeared on the Dick Clark "Bandstand" Show. Rod's band, "The Twisters" was one of the hottest rock 'n roll groups of the late fifties and early sixties. Rod was fortunate to record an album with the great King of Zydeco, "Clifton Cheniere" before his untimely death. If there is a King of Swamp Pop music, it would have to be this man. Rod has done more for south Louisiana music than anyone that this writer can think of. His recordings are all classics and belong in every collector's home.
Here are some sound bytes from Rod's latest CD on CSP Records entitled, "A Louisiana Tradition". It is available at your local record stores.
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