Sally Nyolo

Sally Nyolo

Sally Nyolo comes from the South of Cameroon. She left her home country at the age of 13 in order to settle in Paris. During her adolescence, she sang in different bands before starting to play permanently. From 1982 to 1994, she collaborated with many artists as a choir singer : Jacques Higelin, Sixun, Nicole Croisille, Touré Kunda, Princesse Erika. In 1993, she created her own band and played in many Parisian concert halls. She was also invited in Womad, the most famous World Music festival. A year later, she recorded her first four track album. Soon after, Sally met Marie Daulne. The latter offered Sally to join her own Belgium band, the Zap Mama. Into this band, she went on tour all around the world. In 1996, Sally recorded her first solo album « Tribu ». All the tracks are sung in Eton, her mother tong. She wrote and composed everything. In 1997, Sally won the Discovery Award of Radio France Internationale. She then released three other albums, went on tour in the entire world and recorded duos with Nicoletta, Nina Moratto, Muriel Moreno, Princess Erika,…



Albums

Studio Cameroun


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