Gregory Rabess releases videos of performances

Gregory Rabess

As part of DOMFESTA 2017 and the build up to the Jazz n Creole Festival, Gregory Rabess popularly known as ‘Wochla’ is releasing a series of videos of his live music performances which highlight his work in creole jazz music and in particular, bele jazz and pan jazz fusion.

In the first of these, Gregory Rabess (Wochla) performs his signature song Wochla (the Stone) at the Salle George Tarer in Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe on the final night of the Guadeloupe Poesie Festival 4th Edition, May 2014 featuring leading Guadeloupean musicians Michel Mado (keyboards), Raymond d’Huy (bass), Phillipe Morbaye (guitar), Eric Danquin (drums) and Klod Kiavue (congas, tanbou ka and percussion).

Gregory Rabess is a poet, singer, songwriter and musician from Dominica.

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  1. Thomas Charles
    May 21, 2017

    Damn good music especially from a great patriot and Dominican activist like Gregory Rabess who have always made vital contributions to the promotion of Dominica’s culture and economical development. Additionally, I am acquainted with his brother Sinky Rabess with whom I staged or performed together with in a play called: “Ti-jean Epi Fweye”; hosted by the now defunct People’s Action Theater (PAT) and directed by Alwin Bully, who was years ago, the Chief Cultural Officer in Dominica. Peace to Dominica and all Dominicans. Ti-jean!!!!

  2. River Street
    May 20, 2017

    Keep the culture alive. Good work Gregory Wochla.

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