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PHOTO GALLERY: Massar Egbari rocks Biblotheca Alexandrina


Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Jan
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One of Egypt's most popular independent bands puts on a huge show at the Library of Alexandria ending 2012 on a great note for music in the country

Alexandria's biggest independent music band put on a big show for a diverse crowd on 30 December to end 2012 on a positive revolutionary note.

Massar Egbari had a line up filling two hours of mostly their oriental rock originals with a few covers of Arabic classics. The crowd went wild with the band's most famous hits such as "Hawy", "Mersal Habibty" and "Ekra El-Khabar" not to mention with the band's version of the classic "El-Leila El-Kebeira."

The band's lead singer Hany announced towards the end of the concert that they would be releasing their new album by the start of 2013.

All photos by Rowan El-Shimi

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