An admitted child of the Cajun revival, Daigrepont
only began regarding Cajun music as something other than the music of his grandparents' generation when he heard such young Turks as Michael Doucet
and Zachary Richard
in the '70s. Ironically, this singer and accordionist developed a style somewhat more traditional than that of his mentors. Writing his own material and fronting a tight band, Daigrepont
has earned both the approval of his elders and the respect of his peers.