M’Bollo means gathering people together in Senegal’s national language, Wolof.
The music is written and arranged by singer Amadou Diallo. Amadou brings the ancient rhythms of Africa to the present tense with the use of western instruments such as electric guitar, standup bass, mandolin, and banjo.
The music is upbeat, positive, and super fun to dance to.
Amadou Diallo lives in Rosendale, NY and has performed with numerous groups including: Fakoly Dance and Drum, Forest Sacre, The Saruba Group, Vanaver Caravan, Foliba, Nego Gato, and John Specker in the group Shout Loula.