Dadou Pasquet was born in Haiti to a family of musicians. Early in his life, his family moved to New York where he found his place in the New York based Haitian Kompa movement of the 60’s. Barely a teenager at the time, Dadou started playing with Tropical (Historic Haitian band) when he was only 13 years old. Word of the boy wonder guitar player spread quickly throughout the Haitian music community. Soon Dadou found himself playing alongside artist like Richard Duroseau, Raymond Cicot , and Raul Guillaume. His path brought him to Tabou Combo in the 70’s during which 15 year old Dadou established himself as one of the greatest guitarists in Haitian music history.
With his real name Tony Mahotière, Tony Mix Seet Yah was born on 13 February 1983 in Port-au-Prince. From an early age he always had a great passion for music. He liked listening to dancehall, hip hop. It was only in 2005 that Tony Mix really started his DJ career to build this great empire that he started today and is working harder to realize it as he had always imagined.
Being a DJ is no small matter, Tony knew it from the beginning. He hosted parties at the beachside club Bling 18 in the neighborhood where he spent his childhood. In those evenings Tony knew to impose itself by extending the small genius of the mix that exists in him. In 2005, he joined the staff of Sound Design to become the main DJ. He spent about three years with this staff doing a lot of exploits because he really assured during all these performances.
In 2008 Tony Mix left the staff of Sound Design to create his own group called Tony Mix Seet Yah and is currently the top DJ in Haiti. Everywhere you go you see Tony's posters, he ensures too that's why he has a lot of fans. Tony Mix is not just a DJ, he's also a singer. He did not just mix only, which is why he composed his first hit "Anba Dekonb" (2010) which was at the time an unparalleled success.
Tony Mix is a DJ of great personality, he often encourages young people to orient them towards the road of success. He encourages them to believe in education because it is a weapon of renown and one can do everything with it. Not taking the path of education according to Tony is not often a bad choice but in terms of proprotion failure is less likely when you take that path there.
Kick off event for the long Labor Day Weekend. Dine, Wine and listen to some great music, the acoustic sound of Haiti, with some of our top artists peforming unplugged, raw with just a mic an one instrument.
No need to cook that evening, come to Meli Melo and enjoy some great authentic Haitian cuisine with excellent customer service. Seat back and relax and the staff will take care of the rest.
The theme is "The Spirit of Carnival" because we will end the night by putting our dancing shoes on and enjoy the great sound of local band Baz Twoubadou.
See you on the 29th.
The tradition continues...Bingo Night---Klass-Djakout #1
Sweet Micky --The president is back!
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Toto Laramie live at Meli Melo for Labor Day Weekend.
The biggest party in New Jersey for Labor Day Weekend.
Big event Saturday Night -Labor Day Weekend
Bouyon NIght- Djajkout #1- Brasserie Creole
Biggest Haitian Festival in New York to take place on Sunday Sept. 2nd.