Louisiana zydeco musician Geno Delafose may be only 23 years old, but he’s no newcomer to the world of performing. Since the age of 7, Delafose has been playing rubboard; he later took up drums, and then accordion with his late father’s band, the Eunice Playboys. Now the vocalist and sole accordionist of that group, Delafose makes his debut as a bandleader on French Rockin’ Boogie, which retains his father’s traditionalist approach to the genre. The younger Delafose’s bilingual effort includes a few stately Cajun waltzes and eschews the bar band clichés adopted by many young bayou ensembles, but that doesn’t mean he’s ready to be put into a museum—there’s nothing musty about the album’s many concise, frenetic rockers. Beginners’ dance workshop at 8 p.m., music at 9 p.m. at Glen Echo Park’s Spanish Ballroom, 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo. (301) 309-0895. $10. (Steve Kiviat)