Founding member of Egyptian rock soft band Wust El-Balad، Hany Adel، and American jazz singer-songwriter، Halie Loren will perform Thursday evening at El Sawy Culture Wheel، River Hall،in Zamalek district.
Noteworthy، Wust El-Balad posted Wednesday a video on their official Facebook page featuring Hany Adel، and Halie Loren announcing their performances at Jazz Tales Festival 2nd Edition.
The concert will begin at 08:00 pm (Cairo local time).
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina is organizing the “Jazz Tales Festival 2nd Edition” in cooperation with Elsawy Wheels in Cairo، between April (10-14) at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) and at the American University in Cairo (AUC)–Tahrir Campus، according to Jazz Tales Festival facebook page.
The festival will feature a number of performances including، Noha Fekry and Kirk MacDonald، Cairo Big Band and Malnoia، Eftekasat and Simon Spiess Trio،
-About the artists- Halie Loren Halie Loren is an American jazz singer and songwriter from Sitka، Alaska. She has recorded nine jazz albums، three of which reached number one on the Billboard Japan Top 20 Jazz Albums chart.
Wust El-Balad Wust El-Balad is an Egyptian rock soft band founded in 1999، and soon became famous and has a big fan base in Egypt and throughout the Arab world، according to el cinema.
It is considered one of the most famous musical bands that succeeded in introducing a new type of contemporary music and unique singing.
The band released three albums، the self-titled Wust El-Balad in 2007، Rubabekya in 2011، and "Karakib" in 2014.
The team also appeared on the big screen in 2005 film “Mallaki Eskenderiya” (Private Alexandria) in 2005، and in 2006 film “Awdet Al-Nadla” (return of the scarcity).
The band consists of 7 members، the founding members Ahmed Omran and Hany Adel، as well as Adham El-Said، Mohammed Gamal El-Din (Mizo)، Ahmed Omer، Asaad Nessim، and Ehab Abdel-Hameed (Bob).