Three musicians are behind the creation of the Manahune band : Aldo Raveino on vocals and guitar, Henry Cowan on drums and Daniel Galinié on bass. The band debuts with rather reggae sounds. They really made they mark on the local scene in 1990 during the first musical springboard « To’ere Rock ». Then, everything goes very fast in 1991 with their first album release followed by a remarkable tour in the districts and the islands. The band has win success and they even make the first part of Eddy Mitchell’s concert in Papeete. In 1994, it was the second album release « Te Rima Faahotu » with Océane Productions. The group recomposes itself often welcoming musicians from various backgrounds. In 1998, they releases their best-known album « Te Ture No Te Mamu » with the group’s famous singers : Mylène, Tania and Muriel. Then, from 1998, it’s great sleep with a five-year break. It was not until 2004 to see Manahune back on stage with a series of concerts in the Papeete’s night spots. A winning return that leads in 2007 with the fifth album, « Motu ». Manahune is now composed of Aldo, of course, Sébastien on drums and Dany on bass. These musicians are joined on stage by another Polynesian music’s great figure, Michel Poroi. Since the band beginning, many years have passed but anyway, Manahune remains for a generation of Polynesians, the first group to have mixed sounds from here and elsewhere with strong messages on the Maohi culture.