Manu Dibango Photos

Manu Dibango - Cameroonian singer and saxophonist Manu Dibango flahes the 'V for victory' sign as he performs on stage on September 7, 2013 in Nice, southeastern France, for the opening of the VIIth Francophonie Games. The sports and cultural event takes place in Nice until September 15, 2013.

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Cameroonian singer and saxophonist Manu Dibango flahes the 'V for victory' sign as he performs on stage on September 7, 2013 in Nice, southeastern France, for the opening of the VIIth Francophonie Games. The sports and cultural event takes place in Nice until September 15, 2013.
  • Manu Dibango - Cameroonian singer and saxophonist Manu Dibango flahes the 'V for victory' sign as he performs on stage on September 7, 2013 in Nice, southeastern France, for the opening of the VIIth Francophonie Games. The sports and cultural event takes place in Nice until September 15, 2013.
  • Manu Dibango - Franco-Cameroonian musician Manu Dibango (L) performs with US saxophonist Jonathan Handelsman late on July 15, 2011 in Quebec City during the 43rd Quebec City Summer Festival.
  • Manu Dibango - Franco-Cameroonian musician Manu Dibango (L) performs with US saxophonist Jonathan Handelsman late on July 16, 2011 in Quebec City during the 43rd Quebec City Summer Festival.
  • Manu Dibango - CANNES, FRANCE - JANUARY 22: Musician Manu Dibango (L) attends the NRJ Music Awards 2011 on January 22, 2011 at the Palais des Festivals et des Congres in Cannes, France.
  • Manu Dibango - Cameroonian musician Manu Dibango performs on December 10, 2010 at Leopold Sedar Senghor stadium in Dakar, during the opening ceremony of the third edition of the 'World Festival of Black Arts and Cultures'' held until December 31 in Senegal's capital, Saint-Louis and Ziguinchor.
  • Manu Dibango - Cameroonian musician Manu Dibango performs on December 10, 2010 at Leopold Sedar Senghor stadium in Dakar, during the opening ceremony of the third edition of the 'World Festival of Black Arts and Cultures'' held until December 31 in Senegal's capital, Saint-Louis and Ziguinchor.
  • Manu Dibango - Cameroonian musician Manu Dibango performs on December 10, 2010 at Leopold Sedar Senghor stadium in Dakar, during the opening ceremony of the third edition of the 'World Festival of Black Arts and Cultures'' held until December 31 in Senegal's capital, Saint-Louis and Ziguinchor.
  • Manu Dibango - The Francophonie Secretary General Abdou Diouf (R) speaks with the 2007 FESPACO Honour President Franco-Cameroonian musician Manu Dibango 24 February 2007 a few moments before the opening ceremony of the 20th Panafrican Film and Television Festival in Ouagadougou. Africa's biggest film festival opens Saturday in the capital of Burkina Faso hoping for a revival of the continent's ailing cinema industry. The Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou, or FESPACO, which runs from February 24 to March 3, is a two-yearly event gathering more than 3,000 film types from across the continent, from South Africa through Mali to Morocco, as well as from the African diaspora.
  • Manu Dibango - African Cameroonian jazz musican Manu Dibango performs at a music rally in front of the "unknown soldier" memorial during the second Pan-African Cultural Festival (PANAF) on July 17, 2009. Algeria is hosting the second (PANAF) at the request of the African Union, 40 years after the north African country staged the first such event, when several nations were still struggling for independence. More than 8,000 artists and writers from all over Africa, as well as Brazil and the United States, are descending on Algeria for a huge cultural festival that kicks off this weekend until July 20.
  • Manu Dibango - African Cameroonian jazz musican Manu Dibango performs at a music rally in front of the "unknown soldier" memorial during the second Pan-African Cultural Festival (PANAF) on July 17, 2009. Algeria is hosting the second (PANAF) at the request of the African Union, 40 years after the north African country staged the first such event, when several nations were still struggling for independence. More than 8,000 artists and writers from all over Africa, as well as Brazil and the United States, are descending on Algeria for a huge cultural festival that kicks off this weekend until July 20.
  • Manu Dibango - African Cameroonian jazz musican Manu Dibango performs at a music rally in front of the "unknown soldier" memorial during the second Pan-African Cultural Festival (PANAF) on July 17, 2009. Algeria is hosting the second (PANAF) at the request of the African Union, 40 years after the north African country staged the first such event, when several nations were still struggling for independence. More than 8,000 artists and writers from all over Africa, as well as Brazil and the United States, are descending on Algeria for a huge cultural festival that kicks off this weekend until July 20.
  • Manu Dibango - African Cameroonian jazz musican Manu Dibango performs at a music rally in front of the "unknown soldier" memorial during the second Pan-African Cultural Festival (PANAF) on July 17, 2009. Algeria is hosting the second (PANAF) at the request of the African Union, 40 years after the north African country staged the first such event, when several nations were still struggling for independence. More than 8,000 artists and writers from all over Africa, as well as Brazil and the United States, are descending on Algeria for a huge cultural festival that kicks off this weekend until July 20.
  • Manu Dibango - African Cameroonian jazz musican Manu Dibango performs at a music rally in front of the "unknown soldier" memorial during the second Pan-African Cultural Festival (PANAF) on July 17, 2009. Algeria is hosting the second (PANAF) at the request of the African Union, 40 years after the north African country staged the first such event, when several nations were still struggling for independence. More than 8,000 artists and writers from all over Africa, as well as Brazil and the United States, are descending on Algeria for a huge cultural festival that kicks off this weekend until July 20.


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