Alan Cavé

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Alan Cavé
Birth name Georges Alan Cavé
Also known as AC
Born (1966-02-27) February 27, 1966 (age 48)
New York, United States
Genres Compas, Zouk,
Occupations Singer, producer, entrepreneur
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1988–present
Labels AC Records
Associated acts Zin

Georges Alan Cavé is an American of Haitian descent who is a compas and zouk singer and the leader of the group Zin. He was born on February 27, 1966 in New York City but spent most of his adolescent years in Haiti. He toured with his father, Syto Cavé, all over the French Antilles, France and Canada. In 1987, he met with Alex Abellard and Eddy Saint-Vil to audition for the group Zin. Alex thought that he could not have that voice against him, so he quickly signed him. They released their first album, O Pa, in 1988 and are still going strong after 20 years. Cavé has also had a very successful solo career and released 3 solo albums.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Lagé'm (1993)
  • Best of (2000)
  • De La Tête Aux Pieds (2007)
  • Collabo (2004)
  • Se Pa Pou Dat (2001)

Singles[edit]

  • Mon seul regret 2012 -(Ft Jimmy Rama)
  • Men Kann Lan - 2012
  • Grave sou kê'm - 2012

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