Emeline Michel @ joe’s pub NYC- “Ban’m la Jwa”

Published on November 15, 2009 by paquito

“The song Banm La Jwa is in the form of a prayer to the Almighty. In it, I ask Him to spoil us, to keep on giving us all those things money will never be able to buy strength, joy, patience and serenity.”

Emeline Michel @ joe’s pub NYC 11.14.09

“a captivating performer, versatile vocalist and one of the premier Haitian songwriters of her generation. She has recorded and appeared on concert stages throughout the Caribbean, Europe, and North & South America for over 20 years. Singing both in French and Haitian Creole, her nine albums, Douvanjou ka leve (May the Sun Rise), Pa gen manti nan sa (There’s No Doubt), Rhum & Flamme (Rum & Flame), Tout Mon Temps (All My Time), The Very Best, Ban’m pase (Let Me Pass), Cordes et Ame (Strings and Soul), Rasin Kreyol (Creole Roots), and Reine de Cour (Queen of Hearts) have catapulted her to international acclaim.”


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