Atri N'Assouf 2014 in Österreich und Deutschland.
Stone,Art & Sound booking agent for Atri N'Assouf in Austria and Germany.
Rissa Ag Wanaghli is a musician whose career is as hot as the Sun in the Sahara Desert. He’s been involved in Abdallah Oumbadougou’s Takrist N’Akal, Desert Rebel with French musicians Gizmo (Tryo), Amazigh Kateb (Gnawa Diffusion) and of course, Abdallah Oumbadougou. A life that began in the polluted region of Arlit in Niger recently lead him to meet Plume (Lili Drop, Alain Khan, art director at Polydor…) and Atri N’Assouf was born. Here’s a presentation of this talented musician and his new project.
He also write the lyrics. What topics do you address?
Rissa: I mainly talk about union, love, education of children, my country, and our sufferings.
Atri n’ Assouf means the star of the desert.
What does the Sahara Desert represent to you?
Rissa: The Desert represents everything to me. It’s almost my other half. Here in France, I feel a little bit like a stranger but I feel good in the Desert, it’s really home.
Rissa; It's not for Westerners only. It's my one style but it remains Tuareg.
Konzertanfragen an Brigitte Fessmann