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Tee Mick Abed with his daughter Nicole
Listen To Tee Mick Abed's "Cajun Fais Do Do" show every Saturday morning from  5 to 8 on WYNK, 101.5 FM in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


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Barry Cormier, Bee Cormier & Matthew Cormier

These three generations of Cajun musicians worked with Helen on her last CD titled "Truck Driving Cajun Mama". Matthew is also the bass player with the Fuefollet Band. For bookings, contact drubee123@aol.com

Pim Calais & Helen

Mr. Pim Calais and Helen, Her Guardian Angel that she wrote about in chapter fourteen of her book.

This is Helen and Sandra Thompson, Director of the Department of Natural Resources in Baton Rouge, LA. This picture was taken at the Morgan City Civic Center in 1998 at one of the Atchafalaya Basin Advisory Committee press release functions.

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Sandy She's Calling You Home

Sandra and Helen

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Helen Boudreaux and friend Ray Price at the historic Langdale Theater in Valley, Alabama on January 12, 2001

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Charles Darryl Choate
Born 1-11-48 Houston TX
Died 12-3-92 Pine Prairie LA
Buried in Cedar Groves Cemetery, Pine Prairie LA

Darryl started playing music at an early age. He played for 28 yrs. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Nov. 1, 1992. The ceremony was held at The Rainbow Club in Cadet LA. Louis Meaux was Emcee for the ceremony and Lou Gabus presented Darryl with a plaque. He was the youngest member and also the first Steel Guitar player to be inducted. He was also presented a plaque from Sammy Kershaw’s Don’t Go Near the Water that went gold. Written on Kershaw’s plaque to Darryl were the words "Darryl, thanks for being the big brother I never had." Milton Guilbeau, also a well-known steel guitar player, presented Darryl with a lamp and a flower planter made in the shape of a steel guitar and read a letter from the Steel Guitar Association.

Darryl played with a host of musicians such as J.B. Pere , Sammy Kershaw, Herb Landry, Louis Meaux, Joe Douglas, Larry Brasseaux , Walter Mouton, Duliss Landry, Happy Fats, Wes Reeves, Carl Stelly , Sonny Bourg, Kim Brasseaux, Greg Ferret, Butch Hebert and Lee James.

He also worked on stage with such greats as Charlie Pride, Loretta Lynn, Rose and Joe Maphis, Jimmie C. Newman and the Wilburn Brothers in area performances. He also recorded with Helen Boudreaux on her album, "Pour Tout Mon Famille" and also with Huey Darby, Dunice Theriot, Louis Meaux and possibly others we don’t know of. Darryl’s steel was a ZB Custom double neck. He was loved by everyone and will be greatly missed, but his music will live in our hearts always.

Me & my friend Bobby "Da Cajun" Richard at KCIL 107.5 in Houma  Sunday October 26th 2003 during his Cajun French Music Show.

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Helen and Jimmy C. Newman at the Blackham Coliseum in Lafayette, Louisiana on August 20, 2004


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Helen and friends Margie Toups, Gloria Boudreaux, and Earline Broussard at the Congr Mondeal in Nova Scotia in August, 2004.


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Hadley Castille, Helen, and Warren Perrin.

Helen, Hank William, Jr. and Hunter Hayes - 2001




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Helen and Joel Sonnier - July 2007


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