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Art Alert: Cairo's Room Art Space to host Cat Stevens tribute night

The concert will be performed by Egyptian rock band Karkadan

Ahram Online , Monday 20 Mar 2017
Karim El Ghalid
Karim El Ghalid (Photo: Stand alone Karkadan’s official Facebook Page)
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Egyptian band Karkadan will perform Stand Alone Cat Stevens Tribute Night at Cairo's Room Art Space on 23 March.

The night will feature a solo guitar and vocal performance of musical hits by Stevens, a British rock star known for his 60s and 70s classics Wild World, the First Cut is the Deepest, and Father and Son.

Karkadan, a name that stands for rhinocerous, was started in 2011 by songwriter and composer Kareem El Ghalid.

The band delivers a rock orientation of Arabic songs focusing on Egyptian culture.

The band also collaborates with other artists on soundtracks and visual performances.

Programme:
Thursday 23 March, 8.30pm
Room Art Space & Café 10 Etehaad Al Mohamin St, Gardern City, Cairo
 

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