I begin my career in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo with my very first group Les Ombres.
Claude Alain, Congolese journalist and TV presenter, call me for taking part of his group Les Sensas.
Aurlus Mabélé, Jean Baron, Pedro Wapechkado and I form the group Ndimbola Lokole.
I win the first price of the “Découvertes” contest organized by the radio “Radio France Internationale” which allows me to go on tour in Mauritius Island and participate at severals galas in Paris and France.
After singing for various African and West Indian recordings, I record my first album Chanti die.
Extras on the movie Black mic-mac 2 with the group Loketo created the same year.
I go on tour with Loketo
in Europe, Nederland (KRANT festival,…)
Release of the first album of Loketo, “Trouble” where you can hear Monsa, one of my first compositions.
I left the group Loketo in order to create the group Kebo.
After European tours, I release my first album with Kebo, “Pour toi”.
Lives in Africa :
Cap-Vert ( Baia das Gatas Festival, …)
Lives in Europe :
England (London Bass Clef, Manchester)
Belgium (Flanders : SFINKS)
Italy (Milano )
France (Festival Africolor ) and East India (Martinique)
Release of Kebo;
Release of Louzolo;
Release of Triple Force.
I create Les A’nanas a women’s group with Denise Cairo. They release the album Les A’nanas.
Radio and TV shows in Cameroon
Lives in Cameroon.
Lives in France (Nîmes, La Baule,…)
Singer for Claude Druck‘s album Mokokissa.
Release of the album Kebo Na Brazzaville.
I make the album Coup de Filet in which I invited my late friend Jean Baron (deceased in february 2005) to sing 4 songs.
Release of Réconciliation to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Loketo
Release of Acte II: Confirmation
Radio shows in Cameroon to introduce my next album under development.
Release of the album Lumière.
Mav Cacharel & Kebo is going to meet you soon…
Kebo is :
1 guitar or 1 keyboard
Denise Cairo (vocals)
Djudju music (drums)
John Boxingo (bass)