At the opening day of the presidential commission convened to look into the BP oil disaster, crawfisherman Drew Landry, a native of Baton Rouge now living in Scott, La. (just outside Lafayette) was the highlight of the day. brought his guitar. Landry, a musician with his own band, Bandryland, had written a song about what the oil disaster has already done to Louisiana, and what he fears is coming next. In his brief time before the commission, he was gently funny, somber, dead serious ... and then he busted out this song.
If you're from Louisiana, this may be the best five minutes of your day.