The remains of Djamel Allam repatriated Tuesday and buried in Bejaia

Algeria-The remains of Djamel Allam, one of the masters of modern Kabyle song taken away Saturday at the age of 71 by a long illness, will be repatriated on Tuesday and buried the same day at the cemetery of Sidi M'hamed Amokrane in Bejaia, his hometown, learned APS from his relatives.

The remains will be transported from France to Abane-Ramdane International Airport in Bejaia, where a meditation ceremony will be organized in memory of the multidisciplinary artist, said Rabah Allam, the singer's brother.

Regarded as one of the mouthpieces of the modern Kabyle song, Djamel Allam followed his first music lessons at Bejaia conservatory after independence, before starting his career in Algeria and abroad.


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