Bobby Page

Temporary bio - full bio to come:

Born Elwood Dugas, Cajun swamp pop musician Bobby Page was born on December 19, 1938, in Rayne. He served as leader of Bobby Page and the Riff Raffs, who recorded local swamp pop favorites like "Loneliness" and "Hippy-Ti-Yo" (a bilingual rock 'n' roll version of the Cajun classic "Hip et Taïaut"). The group also backed swamp pop artist and Riff Raffs member Roy Perkins (Ernie Suarez) on his recordings, including the popular "Drop Top" (recorded in 1958, as were the aforementioned songs)

Courtesy Encyclopedia of Cajun Culture -

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