Here is a picture of the legendary guitar player, Dadou Pasquet. He is the maestro of the Haitian group magnum band. A former musician of the group Tabou Combo, Dadou Pasquet started playing with Tropical band when he was only 13 years old. In the 1970's, he established himself as one of the greatest guitarists in Haitian music history.
He later decided to create Magnum Band with the slogan "La Seule Difference". Magnum has a unique sound which continues to be enjoyed by its audiences.
Magnum Band has represented Haiti in several parts of the world, including in the 1996 Olympic Games in Georgia.
Magnum Band is comprised of various artists such as Laurent Ciceron on bass, Lucien Benjamin on the rhythm guitar, Camille Armand on tambour, David Lacombe on keyboard, Andre Dejean on trumpet and many others.
Dadou and Tico Pasquet was born in Haiti to a family of musicians.Dadou's guitar playing skill earned him the admiration of fans throughout several parts of the world
Tico Pasket was born in Haitian family of music. Drum makes him happy.
In 1969 Claude "Tico" Pasquet joined the group Babby Jazz and later Les Difficiles de New York. He was a skilled drummer whom everyone admired.
Later, in 1972 he played with Robert Martino in Les Gypsies.
In 1975, with his brother Dadou Pasquet, they founded Magnum Band which still exists up to date.
Magnum Band sometimes includes such musicians like Laurent Ciceron on bass, Lucien Benjamin on the rhythm guitar, Camille Armand on tambour, David Lacombe on keyboard, Andre Dejean on trumpet
Dadou Pasquet continues to be a musical power house and a legend in the Haitian and Antillean community. His musical talent is what most people would say is inborn. This is a skill that rans in the family. He played in the group known as Tabou Combo, Radio Superstar and Magnum Band. The new music style is very unique because it was a mixture of Haitian roots, jazz, pop and soul filled Creole music.
Here is a picture of the leader of the group Magnum Band, Dadou Pasquet. The group Magnum Band stood out in the Haitian Kompas industry because of their unique sound. They continues to wow audiences to this very day. The amazing guitar playing skill of Dadou Pasquet, along with hit songs from Magnum Band earned him the admiration of fans throughout several parts of the world.
Magnum is celebrating its 33rd Anniversary this year. This should be considered as a great accomplishment as not too many Haitian music bands have managed to last that long in the field.
Dadou Pasquet started playing with Tropical Music band, a group that earned its own rights in the Haitian music field. He was only 13 years old at the time. As his talent in playing the guitar started spreading, Dadou soon found himself playing with some of the big names in the business like Richard Duroseau, Raymond Cicot , and Raul Guillaume.
Here is a picture of the famous Haitian musician Dadou Pasquet. In 1975, Dadou Pasquet left Tabou Combo and formed his new musical band Magnum Band.
Magnum Band has performed in many parts of the world, representing Haiti in many important places. The band has collaborated with many talented artists such as Varnek Pierre, Ersnt Gabriel, Jean Robert Narcisse and Jean Almata
Here is a picture of the Haitian drummer and percussionist in Konpa music. This is one of the music albums made with Les Gypsies de Petion-Ville.
Tico had become such a great drummer, thanks to the skills given to him by his uncle Alexandre and Richard.
Tico Pasket is known in the Haitian music industry as one of the top in the business. Hestarted his musical career in a group by the name of La Belle Etoile where he spent only two years. He moved with his family to New York in 1967
Here is a picture of two talented brothers Dadou Pasquet and Tico Pasquet. The two brothers Dadou and tico were born in Haiti to a family of musicians. Early in life the family moved to New York where they found their place in the New York based Haitian Kompa movement of the 60.
Dadou Pasquet stayed with the popular group Tabou Combo for 6 years before he decided to create his own Magnum Band with the slogan "La Seule Difference". Claude "Tico" Pasquet was a drummer and percussionist.