Christine Balfa

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Christine Balfa
A woman wearing a yellow t-shirt smiling and playing a black acoustic guitar.
Christine Balfa playing the guitar at the 2009 Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival.
Background information
Born 1968 (age 48–49)[1]
Genres Cajun
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar, vocals, triangle
Labels Valcour Records, Rounder, Swallow Records
Associated acts Bonsoir Catin, Balfa Toujours

Christine Balfa is a Cajun musician. She is the daughter of Dewey Balfa. She was born 28 June 1968.

She founded the groups Balfa Toujours in 1992 and BonSoir, Catin.[1]


  • En Francais: Cajun 'n' Creole Rock 'n' Roll – Various, including BonSoir Catin (2011, Bayou Teche Brewers/CD Baby)
  • Vive L’Amour – BonSoir Catin (2009, Valcour Records CD 0007)
  • Blues à Catin – BonSoir Catin (2006, Bridgetown Records 687066539929/CD Baby)
  • Live at Whiskey River Landing – Balfa Toujours (2000, Rounder Records CD 6096)
  • La Pointe – Balfa Toujours (1998, Rounder Records CD 6086)
  • Allons danser – Bois Sec Ardoin with Balfa Toujours (199?, Rounder Records CD 6081)
  • Deux Voyages – Balfa Toujours (1996, Rounder Records CD 6071)
  • À vieille Terre Haute – Balfa Toujours (Swallow Records 3121)
  • Pop tu me parles toujours – Balfa Toujours (Swallow Records 6110)


See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Louisiana Folk Roots". Retrieved 2009-10-22. 

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