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About Terrance Simien
Terrance Simien is a cajun zydeco artist who first rose out of the swampland near Eunice Louisiana into prominence as a teenage accordian wunderkind when noted style pirate Paul Simon hijacked him for a recorded cover of Clifton Chenier's "You Used To Call Me" in 1984. Not long after, Simien appeared with his band Terrance Simien & The Mallet Playboys in the New Orleans based feature film "The Big Easy", seen performing with star Dennis Quaid on a song that he wrote and featured on the successful soundtrack album (Last.fm)