Assala cancels her concert in Northern coast
“For reasons beyond our control, we decided to cancel the concert on August 23, and a new date will be set. On my behalf and on the behalf of all concerned parties, I apologize,” tweeted Assala.
لأسباب خارجه عن إرادتنا قرّرنا إلغاء الحفل غداً 23/8/2018 ... على أن يتحدّد له موعد جديد ، نيابة عن نفسي وكلّ الأطراف المعنيّه أقدّم اعتذاري ، وأرجو أنّ نلتقي في موعد آخر ، سنجعل منّه يوماً لايُنسى ، أكرّر اعتذاري وأمنياتي بأنّ نلتقي قريباً— Assala (@AssalaOfficial) ٢٢ أغسطس ٢٠١٨
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The Syrian singer was born on May 15, 1969. Her commercial musical career started in 1991 with an album that held four songs. In 1993, she became famous after releasing her album “If You Know”.
Nasri, 48-years-old, is one of the most popular singers in the Arab world and the daughter of late Syrian artist Mustafa Nasri. Nasri is famous for her strong, melodious voice. Since the beginning of the Syrian Civil War in 2011, Nasri has supported the Syrian rebels and strongly opposed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Nasri released numerous successful songs throughout her career, such as “Ya Magnoon” (Oh Madman), “Shakhsya Aneeda” (Obstinate), and “Taswar” (Imagine) among others. She is married to the famous Egyptian director and producer Tarek Elerian.
Nasri won the Best Arab Singer award from Dear Guest Awards in November 2017 for her latest album “Mohtama bel Tafaseel” (Concerned with Details) released in 2017.
“I received the Best Arab Singer Award from Dear Guest, thanks to your votes and the continued support from my fans,” Assala wrote on her official Facebook account.