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Art Alert: Gawy band to perform at Darb1718

Gawy released their first album 'Qalbak Yesa' in 2017

Ahram Online , Wednesday 3 Jul 2019
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Egyptian newly-formed band Gawy will perform their original song at Darb1718 on Friday 26 July.

Since 2015, the band who tends towards pentatonic melodies mixed with western rhythms and harmony has chosen an image of lyrical and poetic themes to fulfill the band members passion.

Consists of Mohamed 'Tifa' Abd El-Latif (vocal), Ahmed El-Gamal (poet), Nadim Nakhla (drummer), Bebawy 'Bibo' Raafat (bass guitarist), Shady Divid-(keyboardist), Fady Weesa (guitarist & keyboardist) and Toka El-Hagrasy (qanoun), named the band 'from a type of incense that has an attractive and unique scent'.

In 2017, they released their first album 'Qalbak Yesa' being active for a while.

Programme:
Friday 26 July at 8pm
Darb1718, Kasr El-Shamaa Street, Al-Fakhareen, Old Cairo

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