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Gospel fiddling is not known as a fiddle style, but has held a place of great importance among Louisiana's fiddlers. The fiddle, labeled in the old days as the "devil's instrument" for leading many fiddlers down the "wicked path of sin," is now readily accepted in worship sanctuaries throughout the area. The most noted was evangelist, Dallas Hayes, who traveled the area, holding revivals in the first half of the 20th century, and playing the fiddle with his troop of family musicians. Hector Stutes (Lake Charles), Mastern Brack (Evans), Eli Burr (Merryville), Murphy Sensat (Sulphur), and Jamesette Kile (Lena) all spent a major portion of their fiddling life playing for church services.