Under the Duvalier regime, Roul Guillaume was obligated to leave his country. He went to live in New York City and returned to Haiti following the exile of the Duvalier. After returning from exile, Raoul Guillaume attempted to bring some of the old school of Haitian musicians together. He recruited Webert Sicot and some other famous Haitian musicians. The project did not materialize and finally, Roul Guillaume retired from music and is living a quiet life now.
Kick off event for the long Labor Day Weekend. Dine, Wine and listen to some great music, the acoustic sound of Haiti, with some of our top artists peforming unplugged, raw with just a mic an one instrument.
No need to cook that evening, come to Meli Melo and enjoy some great authentic Haitian cuisine with excellent customer service. Seat back and relax and the staff will take care of the rest.
The theme is "The Spirit of Carnival" because we will end the night by putting our dancing shoes on and enjoy the great sound of local band Baz Twoubadou.
See you on the 29th.
The tradition continues...Bingo Night---Klass-Djakout #1
Sweet Micky --The president is back!
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Toto Laramie live at Meli Melo for Labor Day Weekend.
The biggest party in New Jersey for Labor Day Weekend.
Big event Saturday Night -Labor Day Weekend
Bouyon NIght- Djajkout #1- Brasserie Creole
Biggest Haitian Festival in New York to take place on Sunday Sept. 2nd.