Introduced with the French “lâche les,” or “let ’em go/let ’em loose,” here are Aldus Roger and the Lafayette Playboys showing that you don’t need a stage presence to absolutely tear it up!  The song the Bosco stomp is about mischievous blondes and brunettes.  As many songs, this is named for a real place, Bosco, but it has nothing to do with the song.  The poster lists musicians, with some discussion in the comments.  Roger was a giant of the accordion in the 1950s through the 1970s, though he didn’t die until 1999.  Every Saturday he had a Cajun music program on KLFY-TV in Lafayette, even writing the KLFY waltz in their honor. 

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