Busy summer for Nawal Al Zoghbi
After the great success of her latest album “Khalas Samahtak” (That’s It I Forgive You), the famous Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoghbi seems to have a busy agenda for the upcoming summer season.
Recently Nawal filmed an episode for the entertainment show “Skoot Ha Nghani (Quiet we’re going to sing), which is aired on the Egyptian television, yet the filming took place in Lebanon. She also filmed an episode for another show called “Mega Sahar” (Mega staying up late) for the music channel Mega with the co-host Rania Shhab and the filming also took place in Lebanon.
According to the London daily Elaph, Nawal’s next trip is to Dubai, where she’ll be recording two new songs in preparation for her new Khaliji (Gulf) album, in addition to hosting a private wedding celebration.
Soon after, Nawal will go back to Beirut to get ready to film the first episode for the new season of the show “Kilmit Fasel” (Dividing word) with co-host Jomanah Bo Eid. Afterwards Nawal will start her American tour where she’ll be traveling to the United States on April 30th.
Nawal will be staying in America for two weeks where she’ll be hosting 4 live concerts in four different states. Nawal will start her tour on Friday May 2nd where she’ll be singing in Detroit, Saturday May 3rd at the Marriot Hotel in Los Angeles, Friday May 9th a the Aladdin Club in New Jersey and on Saturday May 10th at the Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut. Nawal will go back to her home country Lebanon to relax for three days before she is off again to Doha on May 18th to host a concert for the automobile company Alverdan and the Commerce Bank of Qatar.
Nawal is also scheduled to start filming a video clip for her song “Leh Mishtalak” (Why I miss you) in Beirut before the end of May and then she’ll be traveling to Saudi Arabia to attend and sing at a private wedding. At the end of May she’ll be going back to Beirut to supervise the final production stage of her upcoming video clip to have it ready for its first airing on the music channel Rotana at the beginning of June.