Born: Oct. 10, 1943 in Alexandria, La.
Died: May 7, 2014
Jerry LaCroix graduated from Port Neches-Groves High School and attended Lamar University in Beaumont. His musical career began at an early age, and was best known for his soulful voice playing saxophone and singing at local venues.
He toured with the Boogie Kings, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Rare Earth and Edgar Winter’s White Trash (earning a gold record for the album “Roadwork”). He was a local legend in the era of Rock and Roll for over 40 years, and performed in Europe, Australia, and Philippines.