Musicians, Zach Fuselier and brothers Luke and Philip Huval have emerged as an important part of the next generation of Cajun musicians. They have been playing together for nearly a decade and have shared the stage with many professional musicians along the way.
Being exposed to their rich local culture at very early ages, they developed a passion for the Cajun culture and its traditions. They were fortunate enough to have learned the French language in school through the French Immersion program, which helped them to flourish in
the Cajun music community.
In 2012, they released a traditional album titled “Huval, Dupuy & Fuselier Cajun Band”. In 2017, they recorded their newest album, “The Huval-Fuselier Cajun Trio”.
“Here we go again. South Louisiana just keeps producing these fascinating, talented, creative young musicians who are madly in love with the music of yesterday and equally in love with the possibilities of tomorrow.”—excerpt from Barry Ancelet.
Now these young men, all in their early twenties, are keeping Cajun music alive today and will continue to work towards the preservation of the music for generations to come!