See reggae singer Alpha Blondy in Paris
From 01 April 2013 To 01 April 2013Address
Olympia Hall, 28 Boulevard des Capucines, 75009 Paris, France
Reggae singer Alpha Blondy is an iconic performer whose material is characterised by its sharply satirical content.
His 1982 single Brigadier Sabari was his first major success - and its lyrics criticised police harassment and brutality.
This even led some commentators to praise him as the Bob Marley of Africa - and Blondy remains active in the music industry to this day.
Indeed, his latest studio album - which is entitled Mystic Power - has only just been released this year.
On 1st April, he is set to travel to Paris in order to play a show at the Olympia Hall - one of the city's finest live music venues.
Visitors to France who are hoping to catch this gig might want to consider booking rooms at the Millennium Hotel Paris Charles de Gaulle.
This is because the accommodation is ideally situated a mere half-hour drive or taxi ride away from the venue.
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