Queen Ida

Queen Ida

Ida Lewis "Queen Ida" Guillory (born January 15, 1929 in Lake Charles, Louisiana) is an Louisiana Creole accordionist. She was the first female accordion player to lead a zydeco band. Queen Ida's music is an eclectic mix of R&B, Caribbean, and Cajun, though the presence of her accordion always keeps it traditional.

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Queen Ida - Awards - Blues Music Awards
... Won 4 Nominations 6 Queen Ida Blues Music Awards History Year Category Result 1983 Traditional Blues Female Artist Nominated 1984 Traditional Blues Female Artist Nominated 1988 Traditional Blues Female ...

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