August 28, 2013
It was a cold night in Ehden, but superstar Kazem El Saher put on his coat for a hot performance in Lebanon.
Superstar Amr Diab has been busy filming his music videos in Greece this month; not bothered by the leaking of his album or you know, the naked-women-at-his-concert-scandal!
August 27, 2013
It was no holds barred as Carole Samaha set out to make one pricey music vid for the song "Wahshani Biladi" (I Miss my Country).
According to gossip, Sherine was kicked out of Morocco during her concert at the Voix de Femmes festival, an incident which the Egyptian singer and her technical advisor adamantly deny.
Egyptian singers are feeling the pain of what their country is going through, and have decided to go all patriotic with their music. National songs are the theme in Egypt right now!
Look out Austria; Egyptian Nesma Abdel-Aziz is to take part with her Marimba band, joined by the popular Tanoura troupe, in the Vienna African Arts Festival.
August 26, 2013
Who says you've to retire when you get old? Sabah Fakhri is still rocking the stage for fans in Beirut and the Arab world!
More than likely, it will cost more than half a dollar to attend the first Velevet Villains "Vestival", headlining rappers like 50 Cent and Akon, so you better "Get Rich or Die Tryin" to attend!
We've been 'Waiting All Night' to hear who all will be headlining at November's Sandance show in Dubai, and now the word is out: South African reggae band Rudimental will get everyone's feet jumpin' and hips a shakin'!
August 25, 2013
The Amman citadel never sounded better with saucy Spanish singer Julio Iglesias live in concert last week.
She's so good they had to call her twice! Lebanese singer Dina Hayek rocked the stage at the Jewel of Life Festival in Morocco for the second time this year.
Nothing's more exciting to a singer than proving their popularity in the music world. Lebanese singer Joseph Attieh hit the jackpot with fans in the Arab world this summer!
"I Guess That's Why They Call it the Blues" singer Elton John kept the audience dancing with his spine-tingling music throughout the night of his recent concert in Abu Dhabi at the most expensive hotel ever built, says an attending journalist.
Two Tunisian rappers, Weld El 15 and Klay BBJ, were taken into custody while performing this weekend by Tunisian security forces.
It's like the groovy days of the '60s and '70s in the U.S. now in Lebanon with artists like Elissa singin' songs of political protest.