the Same Ol 2 Step MySpace page.
In late 2006, Same Ol' 2 Step
released a second CD, Who Want It. It features 15
original songs that range from the romantic moods of
songs like "If You Were Mine" and "Nothing But Love" to
more earthy, hard core zydeco like "Mule Tool" and the
fast, old-style "Zydeco Coteau."
"Throw It Up" is actually about
throwing down at zydeco clubs across the area.
"Don't You Worry About Me" begins
with accordion, rubboard, and Wayne Singleton's vocals
and then launches into the full band.
"Would You Be There For Me" is a
song about commitment through good times and bad.
The last cut offers more solid
zydeco rhythm with "Zydeco Push" ("that's when you move
The band members are Wayne
Singleton on accordion and lead vocals; "Big Lloyd"
Mitchell on rubboard; Mike "Twink" Broussard on guitar
and bass; Donald "Chip" Etienne on bass; and Brandon
"B-Mill" Miller on drums. It was released by Shrimpo
Music, POB 1953, Opelousas, LA 70571.
In addition to the MySpace page,
the CD lists contacts as Wayne Singleton, 337-331-4766;
and Donald Etienne, 337-739-6553 or 337-942-3761.