The Catfish Howl Blues Band performed for several years, and released the CD Midnight Mojo in 2009. The accordion was used during the recording of Midnight Mojo and then as part of the shows. With the addition of accordion to the act, there were several requests to change the format to Zydeco. The set list was changed, full time accordion and rubboard added, and the CD 10 Bourbon Street was released in 2017.
The Catfish Howl Zydeco Band has performed at several clubs, Gazebos, Private events, Crawfish-Boils / New Orleans-Mardi Gras celebrations. Blues is still featured along with Rock, Country, Cajun / Tex-Mex, Covers and Originals. A professional and fun band, it is Mardi Gras all year with Catfish Howl!
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Glen Robertson is a life-long musician and performer. Piano lessons at age 6, accordion lessons at 10, and first paying gig as a solo artist at age 13.
In the 1990s, he started playing keys and singing in Blues Bands.
Listening to several suggestions, accordion was added to the band full time and the format switched to Zydeco.
His love of New Orleans music and performing is present in Catfish Howl shows.
Parker Eastman is a young man very passionate about music, who adds multiple-instruments to our Shows!
Also a lot of professionalism and experience to the band through his serious work etic.
Andy Laliotis is a great Guitar Man in NH. He adds a lot of professionalism and experience to the band.
Adding backing and lead vocals, he leads Catfish Howl through vocal and instrumental selections on live shows.
It would not be a live Zydeco show with the Frottoir. And this instrument is featured in all Catfish Howl performances.
Linda is often playing the rubboard on the dance floor, and you are invited to join in the fun during the show!
Bob is part of this solid backing rhythm that is so important to Zydeco music.
Bob brings years of performance experience and the Blues!
Another stage performer that loves the Zydeco!
Rick Matte is a fun and dynamic musician that brings a lot of energy to the Catfish-Howl Shows!
Catfish Howl provides a solid rhythm section / band, as well as fun and professionalism to all our performances.
"A perfect sound to dance and enjoy that atmosphere of undeniable romance, which they pour into the air. The accordion is a star: it's in every melody, every beat, and there's no lack of commitment to participate with excitement, even when the guitar presents its fingerings."
"Catfish-Howl puts us in a wonderful ball to wear out our feet and exhaust our strength, as it's impossible to sit still listening to this band. The blues magic really is irresistible!"
"There is a festive New Orleans feel to this New Hampshire band's music. The sound is a cross between what you would expect to hear on a countryside hayride and uptempo rural blues." Led by Accordionist Glen Robertson, Catfish Howl love to perform!
There is no typical show with the Catfish. You never know what you might see and hear from Catfish Howl, but we will all have a good time!
72 Pleasant Street, Claremont, NH
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Come join in the fun for our Mardi Gras concert and social event in Claremont, NH at The First Congregational Church ! Come listen to Catfish Howl play New Orleans style music, meet new people in the community, have some snacks, and just have a fun time!
435 Union Ave, Laconia, NH
Taylor Community is a nonprofit Continuing Care Retirement Community tucked away in the heart of New Hampshire’s beautiful Lakes Region. For more than a century, Taylor has built a reputation for excellence in retirement living, and today, our community has become one of the premier retirement destinations in New England. Residents and visitors welcome. Contact venue for visitor information. This is a very special hour-long performance by The Catfish-Howl Zydeco Band!
And weather permitting will be outdoors!