1959, I enrolled at the Perkins School for the blind in Boston, Massachusetts. Then, I went back to Haiti. For 11 years, I served as an English teacher and was, at one point, part of Haitian American Institute faculty.
In 1972, while vacationing in New-York, realizing my calling to minister through music, I became a professional musician. With my sacred accordion and my melodious voice, I have consistently surpassed your expectations.
My songs are still being sung today by recent artists and you still sing them as if they were written yesterday.