|Dec / 2015||•||Moulin Rouge||Geneva|
|Nov / 2015||•||Fête du Vélodrom||Geneva|
|Oct / 2015||•||Maison quartier du Plainpalais||Geneva|
|Jun / 2015||•||Cully Classique Festival||Cully|
|Apr / 2015||•||Paradox||Port-au-Prince|
|Apr / 2015||•||Plein Feux Festival||Bonneville|
|Mar / 2015||•||Festival voix de fête||geneva|
|Sep / 2014||•||Soirée SLA||Geneva|
|Sep / 2014||•||Moulin Rouge||Geneva|
|Jun / 2014||•||UIP||Geneva|
|Jun / 2014||•||Afro Pfingsten Festival||Winterthur|
|Jun / 2014||•||Quartier sud Festival||Annemasse|
|Feb / 2014||•||Club Balattou||Montreal|
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An outstanding percussionist and excellent performer on stage, as you can see in the press kit attached, T'dòz is the son of a family of musicians and founders of Haitian music group Boukman Eksperyans. Boukman Eksperyans made international and famous voodoo music and was even nominated for a Grammy award.
Voodoo Pop is a hit with not only Haitians, but with Swiss and other Europeans as well. While in concert, T'dòz, barefoot, charismatic, and with a humble farmer look, transmits all his energy to his audiences and the crowds give it back. T'dòz has the fire of Haïti in him. Surrounded by five fantastic musicians, he simply starts with a drum solo to get the audience excited, hearts beat faster and the sound of Voodoo Pop has everyone dancing and singing.