Named following the highest mountain in his Rwandan hometown, sensitive singer/songwriter/guitarist Jali combines the music of his African root base using the classic chansons of his followed Belgian homeland to create an intriguing design of acoustic folk-pop. Delivered Jean-Pierre Antouali within the Rwandan capital of Kigali in 1988, he transferred to Brussels along with his family members at a age group, where he fell deeply in love with the music of Jacques Brel and Georges Brassens in addition to contemporary performers Tracy Chapman and Ben Harper. In 2005, he transferred back again to his birthplace for just two years to be able to understand the lifestyle and background of the stressed nation, a move that motivated both his pseudonym and his materials. After putting your signature on to Barclay/General, he backed the similarly well-traveled troubadour Bernard Lavilliers on his Western european tour and caused Jean-Louis Pierot (Renan Luce, Alain Bashung) on his debut recording. Offering the Belgian airplay number 1 single “Espanola” along with a track predicated on Alejandro Gonzélez Iñárritu’s theatre 21 Grams, Des Jours et des Lunes premiered in 2011.
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