The two-steps and waltzes of southwest Louisiana's Cajun country were imported to Scotland by Deaf Heights. But, the Scottish quartet's repertoire has been increasingly broadened by an influx of Celtic, country, and rockabilly influences and original tunes by fiddler/guitarist/vocalist Kenny Brady. While they've only released two albums -- Les Flammes d'Enfer in 1987 and Heart Songs in 1996 -- Deaf Heights continues to build a solid following with their electrifying live performances.
Originally named the Deaf Heights Cajun Aces, Deaf Heights was formed by accordion player and vocalist Kim Tebble. While Tebble's squeezebox playing and vocals remain at the core of their sound, Kenny Brady adds a tradition-minded sensibility on fiddle and guitar.