Webert Sicot (1930 - February 1985) was a Haïtian sax player, composer and band leader. He is recognized as one of the creators of konpa dirèk, a style of Haïtian dance music born in the 1950s. Biography: Sicot was born in Port-au-Prince, Haití, in 1930. He took his first musical lessons from Augustin Bruno. He made his debut as professional with Claudin Toussaint's Jazz Capois. He also
Third child of a family of four children, Nemours was born on February 2, 1918, and died on May 18, 1985, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. After the premature death of his parents, Lucia, dressmaker, and Clément Jean-Baptiste, shoemaker, Nemours and his brothers and sister, André, Montfort and Altagrace were entrusted to their next of kin. After some studies at the two parochial schools, Jean-Marie
I am a multi-talented and accomplished young Haitian musician. Born into a family deeply rooted in traditional Afro-Haitian music, I am continuing my family legacy, while embracing music of other lands. I began drumming at a very young age beside my father Bonga, a master of the Haitian drum. I accompanied my father throughout the Haitian countryside, learning many different regional drumming styles.
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.