Midnight Groovers burst onto the musical scene in the early 1970s led by Chubby and his brother Coe and became household names instantly in neighboring Martinique, Guadeloupe and Saint Lucia, later spreading to Paris. Today, although most of the names and faces of the band have changed since its inception, the melodious strains of their music which has now crossed over to Africa, Europe and North America, hasn’t much. Midnight Groovers have been known for their signature Cadence rhythms mixed with their traditional Dominican melodies. And whilst millions have danced to their music over the years, there has always been a message within the melody. Underpinning Midnight Groover’s grass roots style is music of resistance, one which has resonated with the lower class even though today it is celebrated by the middle and upper class worldwide. Songs like “Malaway,” “Milk and Honey,” “Mandella,” “Pou Yon Coco,” and “Toute homme se homme aba soliel la” have resonated with masses worldwide. Midnight Groovers have produced over fifteen albums and continue to produce music to please the live crowd year after year.