Keeping The Offshore Lounge Alive 


Hey It's Dikki Du
I'm here to speak for my father and I think we all know why. My Father worked offshore for his intire life, moved to Lawtell and bought a club called The Offshore Lounge and gave many musician's a chance to be who they are today. Roy brought his friend's and fan's to Lawtell for his Carrier Fest. Well, the club is going to be turned over to my mom Louise Jackson, and we plan to keep The Offshore Lounge alive, We are facing thousands of dollars to make it happen, so I call on my Zydeco Brother's and would love to say thank's to all of the Band's that told me they would love to do it for Roy, so we are going to give a tribute to Roy and put The Offshore Lounge back up on it's feet. Saturday January 1st starting at 2:00 pm we are having a tribute to Roy at Slim's Y Kiki and we ask all friends, family and fan's to come out January 1st at 2 pm 2011 and support Roy to get The Offshore Lounge up and going.  We thank everyone for your love and support for Roy and Zydeco music, and hope to see everyone there thank's Troy (Dikki Du) Carrier

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