Nyah - Guitar and Vocals
At age 15, Nyah immigrated from his home in Dominica to Guadaloupe. There he joined a band
playing jazz and rock. Shortly afterwards he became heavily influenced by the reggae music of
Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh and Bob Marley. Nyah lived in St. Thomas a number of years playing in
Reggae bands heard frequently at resorts and festivals opening for Sugar Minot. In 1997, Nyah
moved to Maine and created Stream. Originally playing bass, he is now lead guitarist and vocalist.
He is also the primary songwriter for Stream. Since Stream's creation they have played their
energetic reggae - dancehall music at many local nightclubs, festivals and colleges. They were
invited to play at Merrill Auditorium's "Night of Relief" to raise money for victims of 9/11. The band
has also opened for Third World and Burning Spear on their tours. Many thanks to the Maine
audience for supporting the band.