Manu Dibango - YouTube Induced Mania Paris : 150 African Musicians in 90,000-Seat Stadium 11/6/11

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For the first time in the history of mankind, the best of African music relocates from YouTube to invests in the Parisian 90,000-Seat Stade de France on June 11, 2011.

The event will mobilize and more than 150 artists, musicians and dancers on stage for a single concert. All rhythms and colors of the African musical creativity will be honored and Africa will come together in Paris to celebrate African culture.

Manu Dibango - YouTube Induced Mania Paris : 150 African Musicians in 90,000-Seat Stadium 11/6/11

To African YouTube Partners: PLEASE DO NOT RE-UPLOAD THESE CLIPS FOR REVENUE SHARING WITH YOUTUBE
Copyright © Music Clips are for Non-Profit Event Promo Only.

Source: NUIT AFRICAINE (AFRICAN NIGHT) http://accueil.stadefrance.com/nuit_africaine/manu_dibango/

For the first time in the history of mankind, the best of African music relocates from YouTube to invests in the Parisian 90,000-Seat Stade de France on June 11, 2011.

The event will mobilize and more than 150 artists, musicians and dancers on stage for a single concert. All rhythms and colors of the African musical creativity will be honored and Africa will come together in Paris to celebrate African culture.

Manu Dibango: Age 77

Manu Dibango was born in December 12, 1933 in Douala, Cameroon. was raised in a Protestant family in Cameroon, before leaving for France in 1949 where he took his first lessons in playing the saxophone.

In 1956, he left Cameroon to try his luck in Belgium. He made his debut as a stage jazz musician and a singer when he met Joseph Kabasele in Brussels who hired him as a saxophonist for his band, The African Jazz. The two friends recorded several 45 singles, all well received in Africa, where they went on tour. He became the conductor for Nino Ferrer, accompanying such artists as Mike Brandt and Dick Rivers.

But success came in 1972 when his song "Soul Makossa," sold several million copies worldwide and became a hit in the United States. In the years 1970 and 1980, Manu Dibango recorded several albums in mixes, jazz and African music, including "Super Kumba" (1974), "Africadelic" (1975), "Mélodies africaines" (1983), then Afro-electro-funk with "Abele Dance" (1984). Chaining between tours and recordings, Manu Dibango has not forgotten where he came from and is regularly committed to the African causes.

Manu Dibango continues to build bridges between continents and musical genres has produced since the beginning of his career more than thirty albums and several compilations of his work. He is currently recording his next studio album to be released in the fall of 2011.[endtext]

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