June 4, 2013
Lebanese singer Haifa Wehbe had the time of her life in Iraq and dreams of returning and singing a Kurdish song to boot!
Spotlighting Egypt's underground music scene, 100 Live festival will take place at Rawabet Theatre in downtown Cairo.
In Dubai last Saturday to perform a special gig at Cavalli Club, 'King of Rai' Cheb Khaled was interviewed about his world of music.
June 3, 2013
Egyptian actress Hala Fhaker may have to spend almost 5 years in jail for fraud charges over a villa in Rehab, Egypt.
Organisers of popular Cairo art festival El-Fan Midan support anti-Morsi 'Rebel' campaign by dedicating 1 June event to collect signatures.
R&B singer Alicia Keys is scheduled to appear in Tel Aviv on American Independence Day next month, but she's getting major celebrity backlash for doing so.
A Moroccan Islamist slams Jessie J’s daring outfit during her gig at the 12th Mawazine World Rhythms International Music Festival in Rabat.
One of Arab Idol's judges is venturing into the world of advertising. Hassan Al Shafei is ready to represent Hugo Boss perfumes throughout the region.
Khyam Allami, Maurice Louca and Khaled Yassine mix it up with electric and acoustic music in a summer tour starting Friday.
June 2, 2013
At Cairo's happenin' Middle East Music Award Festival, award winning singers and duet performers Asala Nasri and Rami Sabri give every sign that they are indeed friends.
Egyptian actress Suhair Ramzi is mourning the loss of her beloved sister and has put a hold on filming her Ramadan drama until further notice.
Majida Al Roumi makes it into the all-star lineup of Morocco's Timitar Festival at the end of June.
Ghada Ragab has love of country to Egypt, as well its relationship to Turkey. She's used her vocal talents to spread the feeling to fans, for which the Turkish Ambassador to Egypt has taken notice.
Guest stars light up the Arab Idol stage. Ahlam gets mad again (surprise, surprise), and Abdel Karim Hamdan gets nixed this weekend on the hit talent show.
Protests continue by musicians and staff angry at recent sackings of arts officials, but the Cairo Opera House will open its doors once more for performances.