Many of us in the Netherlands were baffled when we saw Marc Broussard perform Come in from the Cold on Paul de Leeuw's television programme. The white, bearded singer impressed with his "black" and very emotional voice and sent shivers down many spines. Broussard, son of guitarist Ted Broussard, who was included in the Louisiana Hall Of Fame, was brought up on so-called "swamp soul". Broussard junior debuted in 2002 with the album Momentary Setback and the media compared his gritty, hoarse baritone to stars like Dr. John, Al Green and Ray Charles. Last year he dug deep to find the black roots of his music on S.O.S.: Save Our Soul, an album that includes classic soul songs from the vaults of the famous Stax and Motown labels. Because of his efforts for the Katrina victims the socially involved Broussard was rewarded the 'Love All, Serve All Award'.