Rhythm & Rain has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Our 4-nights-a-week gig at the Tropical Isle Bourbon has been canceled until further notice while Bourbon Street is shut down, and we’ve had one festival rescheduled and another canceled. But worst of all, our own Rain Jaudon tested positive for the coronavirus and has been self-isolating and treating at home, laid up in bed and very sick, for over two weeks. It’s been a tough battle, with Rain being in a high-risk category as a diabetic, but he seems to be turning a corner on this thing and on the long road to recovery.
We’re working on putting some livestreams together once Rain is 100% again, as well as some exclusive recordings on our official YouTube channel. Many have asked how you can show your support while Rain is recovering and we’re on this hiatus. Prayers, positive thoughts and good vibrations are always needed and appreciated. Buying merch at our online store or leaving a tip in the virtual tip jar on PayPal or Venmo are also great ways to support us when we need you the most!
We promise to be back as soon as it is safe to do so. And we heal…until we can drink together again. Y’all be safe out there.
ABOUT RAIN JAUDON
Born and raised in Indianola in the Mississippi Delta, Rain Jaudon has been a staple on the Gulf Coast music scene for over 20 years. Only a couple of years after calling the Mississippi Gulf Coast home, he received the Outstanding Coastal Musician award, which recognized him as an active and promising regional performer by the Mississippi Gulf Coast Musicians Association. And active he was, playing nearly 300 live shows in the U.S. every year for well over a decade.
He picked up a guitar in the holiday season of 1985 with just a chord sheet and a Beatles songbook provided by his dad and hasn’t looked back since. A natural storyteller, Rain’s vocal stylings reflect the musical influences that set him on this career path, such as The Beatles, Jim Croce, James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, just to name a few. His affable personality and passion for his music shines through in every performance and creates a trip down memory lane for his audiences, while leaving them with new memories before they walk out the venue doors.
Rain may have cut back on the quantity of performances in recent years, but not the quality. His fun, high-energy shows have landed Rhythm & Rain as a house band at the legendary Tropical Isle Bourbon in New Orleans every weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday) from 5-9 PM and continues to be a mainstay at area festivals and events.
PHOTOS OF RAIN JAUDON
Use the navigation on the left and right side of the slider to scroll through live photos of Rain Jaudon. High-resolution images available upon request for promotional purposes. New promo shots are coming soon!
GIGS EVERY YEAR
FB FANS OF RHYTHM & RAIN
YEARS AS A MUSICIAN
I would just like to thank you, as an Ole Miss Sig Ep alumni, for putting on the greatest spring day parties at our fraternity house of all time! Everyone’s favorite part of Wild Wild West is y’all!!!
To get the proper exposure from the sun, you must have Rain…Rhythm and Rain. What a major talent! What a great person!
Rain Jaudon is available for festivals and corporate events. If you’re interested in booking Rain for your next event, we’d love to hear from you! Fill out the form, and we will get back with you as soon as we can!