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King For A Day (w/ Coco Robicheaux and Mike Sklar)

On his 60th birthday, playing alongside Michael Sklar, the late, great Curtis John Arceneaux (aka Coco Robicheaux) rocks the audience with his Hoodoo Blues at The Blue Nile on Frenchman Street in New Orleans. Born on October 25, 1947, our city's dear Coco passed on November 25, 2011.

As a side note, 'Coco Robicheaux' is repeated several times in the song "I Walk on Gilded Splinters" from Dr. John's 1968 album, Gris-Gris.

To learn more about Coco and his music, please visit...

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