The old and the young dance to Carole’s beat
Lebanese superstar Carole Samaha gave a number of live performances at various musical festivals in Tunisia.
Carole’s first stop was at the “Sosah International Festival,” where she sang for an hour and a half. She seemed amazed when the audience knew her songs and sang along with her throughout the night.
According to the London daily Elaph, Carole’s second stop was at the “Safaqish International Festival” and similar to the night before, the audience was packed and they participated in her performance.
This is Carole’s second year participating in the Tunisian music festivals. She thanked the audience in the Tunisian dialect. She also sang a song by the late
Tunisian singer Hadi Al Jowani, called “Hobi Yetbadal” (My Love Changes). Carole’s fans and journalists praised her for her command of the Tunisian dialect. She brought great joy to everyone that was listening, wrote local critics.
Carole Samaha concluded her Tunisian tour with a performance at the “Bofernin International Festival.” Everyone present, young and old got up and danced to her music.
There was great press coverage of Carole’s Tunisian tour, and she also held a number of radio and television interviews.
Before leaving Tunisia, Carole gave a last performance at the home of the minster of communication for the occasion of his daughter’s engagement.
She then traveled to Egypt where she will hold a live concert at the Roman Theater at the Northern Shore area.
Carole returned to Lebanon to host a concert on August 29th.
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