St. Landry

Mar 19, 2013 3:21 PM by MELISSA CANONE

Live performance at the Delta Grand Mar 23

Julie Gribble, Sarah Jayde and Blake Castille will be performing at The Delta Grand Theatre, Saturday night at 7:00 pm, tickets may be purchased via PayPal at, calling office at 337-407-1806 or at the door Saturday night.

About Julie Gribble
Julie Gribble is a fresh face on the Americana/Country scene. Newly moved to Nashville, she has found her voice...a unique, powerful, and honest tone with one of a kind lyrical storytelling all wrapped up with hints of bluegrass, traditional country, with her main base in Americana.
Julie grew up doing theatre, then moved on to film and television. When she moved to LA she decided to see if her dream of being a singer/songwriter could be a reality. After only a few open mics, and a lot of time trying to figure out how to play her acoustic guitar by drawing the chords out on napkins, her first gig was offered to her. After that...she fell in love with music in a different way. Within a year she had recorded a record, got signed to a small label and was on her first tour. Less than a decade later, Gribble's resume has been packed full of national tv guest appearances, constant touring, festivals, being the face of brands such as Hotel Indigo, numerous tv/film licensing on major network shows, an endorsement with Martin Guitars, and a large supporting role in a Sony Pictures film. Best part about all of this? She did it all on her OWN!

This latest release, "Chance to Start Again" is already starting to get great reviews and we hope you hear the story that Julie Gribble worked so hard to tell through this EP. Produced by Dan Lavery and packed full of amazing artists, we think you will love it as much as we do!


About Blake and Sarah Castille

Blake and Sarah Jayde Castille represent the third and fourth generations of the musical Castille family. The son of acclaimed Cajun Fiddler, Hadley J. Castille, guitarist and songwriter Blake Castille has entertained throughout the United State, Canada and Europe. Having been surrounded by music all her life, it's only natural that Sarah Jadye Williams would be the fourth generation of the musical Castille Clan to pick up an instrument and play. Initially trained at the age of four as a classical violinist, Jayde soon learned Cajun fiddle from her grandfather, acclaimed fiddler, Hadley J. Castille. After getting a handle on the Cajun way of making the fiddle sing, she soon branched out into the western swing that was also a staple on the Castille stereo.

A fan of Patsy Cline and Etta James, Jayde has become a fine vocalist in her own right, singing fluently in both Cajun French and English. Honing her craft on the concert stage at festivals throughout the United States and Canada, in 2008 she released her debut recording, Special Edition Cajun & Texas Swing, singing and playing with all the exuberance of youth and the seasoning of four generations of musicians. Sarah Jayde and Blake Castille play authentic South Louisiana Cajun fiddle music with interpretations of turn of the century songs along with a swing influenced sound that creates a blend of both the traditional and contemporary.



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