‘Super Burrow Song’ Featuring Jo-EL Sonnier On Accordion [VIDEO]
It's Super Bowl week and in Louisiana, all the buzz is around former LSU tiger now Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow making it to the Super Bowl.
Ever since Joe Burrow played at LSU, he has been an adopted son of Louisiana, and folks here in Cajun Country root for the young quarterback.
I mean it's hard not to root for him since he brought LSU a perfect undefeated season and a National Championship in football in 2019. So experts say that the LSU 2019 team was one of the best teams ever in college football history.
Now that Burrow is heading to Los Angeles to play in Super Bowl 56 against the LA Rams, the excitement is building for this Sunday's big game.
Over the weekend, Facebook exploded when a new song featuring a Louisiana Cajun sound about Joe Burrow was released. The song is really good and features a Louisiana flavor while expressing how we are all rooting for Joe Burrow in the Super Bowl.
Scott Innes and Nelson Blanchard are responsible for the song and it features Cajun and Country music legend Jo-EL Sonnier on the accordion. The song was written by Scott Innes and Nelson Blanchard.
Scott Innes and Nelson Blanchard are on Vocals, Drums, Bass, Keys, and Guitar. They also had help from Tareva Henderson with backup vocals and Jo-El Sonnier on the Accordion while Don Haney was on Guitar and Salvio Cilolari on the Mandolin.
Ready to watch it? Here ya GEAUX!
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