Gnawa Diffusion

Gnawa Diffusion
Born: 1992
in Grenoble
Gnawa Diffusion is an Algerian Gnawa music band based in Grenoble, France. The group's lead singer, Amazigh (literally meaning 'Free Man' in Tamazight), is the son of the Algerian writer and poet Kateb Yacine. Although there is a strong Gnawa influence, the band is noted for its mix of reggae and roots music. Gnawa Diffusion is very popular in Algeria and is also well known in many other countries including Morocco, Tunisia and France. The band's lyrics are in Algerian Arabic, Tamazight, French and English. Gnawa Diffusion started their career in 1993 with the release of the album Légitime différence. Members of the band: Amazigh Kateb - vocal and gimbri Mohamed Abdennour (Ptit Moh) - Algerian mandole, banjo, krakebs, choir Pierre Bonnet - bass Philippe Bonnet - drums Salah Meguiba - Keyboard...
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