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Artists Biography: Ayabonmbe

Ayabonmbe is embarking on a late summer tour to promote their latest CD release “Haiti Smile. The tour will start in Haiti on August 11th, 2012, followed by selected U.S. cities in September of this year. A tour in France during mid-May, 2013, and Canada in September of the same year are also planned.

The group will return to Haiti after each tour to teach and work on newer materials for their next CD. “Haiti Smile” is Ayabonmbe’s third group CD since 1997. This album entitled “Haiti Smile” was completed after Marc Joseph’s relocating the group in Aquin, Haiti since September 2010. The selected songs on the “Haiti Smile” CD are feel good songs to encourage, inspire and also thank those who have remained persistent to help the need of Haiti.

About The Songs:

“HAITI SMILE” – A song written in Haiti after Marc Joseph’s observation of the lack of smiles on the face of most Haitian people. “Haiti Smile” is to assure them that Haiti will be able to rise again with the help of each other and believing in it.

“VACANCE PROVINCE” – A compilation of traditional Haitian songs arranged with and Ayabonmbe “groove” to encourage people to visit and support the other cities in Haiti to promote decentralization in Port-au-Prince. These songs are also utilized to teach the Haitian Creole in workshops.

“AYITI AP ANFOM/HAITI WILL GET BETTER” –  Ayabonmbe’s promise in a song to return home after the tragedy in January 2010 and also thank the world for their effort to re-build Haiti.

“AYITI PAP PERI/HAITI WILL NOT PERISH” – Another promise that Ayabonmbe made by refusing to sit still and let Haiti perish, economically, culturally and educationally.

“SOLEY LEVE/RISING SUN” – A song written to have everyone get up and work together to improve the infrastructures of Haiti.

“NO MORE” – A song about no more world violence and a need to cooperate to eradicate starvation, illiteracy, diseases, and etc…

“O AYITI/OH! HAITI” – A song from the musical “Refugee” written by Marc Joseph about the reality of living as an immigrant in a foreign land.

“MAREKAJ/QUICK SAND” – Written about the Haitian people falling in quick sand with their Haitian leaders and world organization lack of vision and conscience for their true well being.

“YO MECHAN/THEY ARE MEAN” – A song referring to certain individuals in the country to be compared as “bed bugs” sucking the country dry of all its human resources and also natural/cultural resources.

Music of Liberation



“Ayabonmbe” is a cry of war that the Arawak Indians on the island of Ayiti/Quisqueya/Bohio used when fighting multiple invaders on their sacred homeland. Ayabonmbe, a cry that most Haitian people are crying today, not of war, but for the continuous struggle for justice, democracy and liberty.

Ayabonmbe, is a World Beat musical group, led by Marc Joseph that has been performing internationally for twenty-one years. The group, with an Afro-Haitian, rock and jazz fusion sound, today is a community based entertainment and education organization that utilizes the Afro-Haitian culture to promote a positive outlook of the Haitian people around the world. Ayabonmbe is primarily based in South Florida with two other offices, St. Louis, Missouri and Aquin, Haiti. Their mission is to recruit new members, educate future instructors, performers and conduct more research in the Haitian culture.

Ayabonmbe was formed in May 1991, made noise in the music industry with their hit song music video “Severine” in 2001 CD “U Don’t Know Me” and the musical “Refugee” in 2007. The group produced the CD “Haiti United” with the collaboration of other artists to raise funds for the rebuilding effort in Haiti during the 2010 catastrophe. Ayabonmbe also collaborated with a dance group from Jacmel to participate for a six week tour in France. In the past Ayabonmbe assisted educationally and musically the Haitian Heritage Museum of Miami, Haitian Organization of Women of Homestead, Haitian Cultural Society of Florida, Milagro Foundation of Delray Beach, Old School Square, Caribbean Friends of Jacksonville, St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Notre Dame Catholic Church, Arts South of Homestead and other organizations in the U.S. and Haiti.

Ayabonmbe Past

Performances Internationally: Bob Marley Festival, Panorama Percussivo Mundial, Festival d’Espoir, Bouyon Racine, Rasin Festival, Global Beat, Caribbean Fest,  Filozofi Gede, Rasin Festival, Haiti United Tour 2010, Festival d’Issoire, Celebrations of Nations, Africa /USA, Creole Festival, Haitian Music Award, Festival de Montignac, Festival de Maintenon, Festival de Montoire, Festival de Felletin, Festival de Cugand,  Roots and Culture Festival, Rolling Stones/Vodoo Lounge Tour, World of Nation Festival, St. Louis African Arts Festival,  Brevard Caribbean Jamboree, World of Nations, and Roots and Culture Festival.

Discography: Soley Leve -1992, U Don’t Know Me – 2000, and Haiti United – 2010, Haiti Smile - 2012.

Music Videos: Le a Rive – 1998, Severine – 2000, O Ayiti – 2006, and No More -2008.

Artist Accompanied: Wyclef Jean, Manno Charlemagne, Kiki Wainwright, Ballet Bakoulou of Jacmel, Eddie Francois of Boukan Guinen, Mario Morose of Chandel, Kessy of Koudjay, Carole Demesmin, Andre Fouad, and the musical “Refugee”. 

 Ayabonmbe has also conducted cultural workshops in most of the events it participated to expose the Haitian culture locally and abroad.


Ayabonmbe Today

Ayabonmbe is preparing the “pepinieres” young members through Ayati Center’s: Next Generation who will proudly continue to maintain the Haitian heritage and its legacy in the future. The group is presently performing on a monthly basis in local clubs with future scheduled festival and concert dates internationally. In the meantime they are proudly assisting the Art South of Homestead with their music, dance and theater program. Ayabonmbe’s lead singer and dance director, Rodney “Patou,” Lindor is conducting drum and dance workshops in the St. Louis area, while Marc “Mako” Joseph, the president of the organization, is coordinating the South Florida and Haiti education and entertainment activities.

 Ayabonmbe’s present band members are four vocalist and dancers, five percussionists, two guitars, one bass guitar and keyboards, with kone players for added roots sound: Shalla Lucien, Jose Mondelus, Steve Biko Residor, Celain “Mr. Zee” Noel, Billy “Jay” Jacquet, Marie Jose “Doune” Cean, Isnel “B-Real” Jean, Joe Richard Jean- Baptiste, Thiery Cean, Sergo Lubin, Fabiola Benoit, Wesly Jean-Charles, Wilkenson “Ti Do” Laronde and Jean - Claude Jules are all responsible band members to pass on and maintain the Ayabonmbe legacy.

Aybonmbe is in the process to release officially another World Beat CD entitled “HAITI SMILE” during the month of December 2012 along with some music videos. The proceeds of the CD and DVD will go towards the Haiti Reforestation Project. There will be international tours to promote the CD beginning late summer. The group is always in the process of working jointly with other local Haitian and World artists on musical projects for cultural exchange. Ayabonmbe will back up Marc Joseph’s next musical “Who’s Superstitious?” due to premiere in late October 2013.

The songs and music video “Haiti Smile” and “Vacance Province” will be the featured songs on the new Ayabonmbe release.



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