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Phillip Walker

Around the age of sixteen, Phillip Walker became the lead guitarist of Clifton Chenier's Red Hot Louisiana Band in the 1950's. He radically changed Clifton's zydeco sound--one that had a fiddle as the instrument working with the accordion--to a sound where the accordion worked with a guitar. Phillip is widely credited with making this transition in the Clifton Chenier sound.

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