Jordanian Musicians: Jordanian Singers, Diana Karazon, Zade Dirani, Hani Naser, Lobo Ismail, Sakher Hattar
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Jordanian Musicians: Jordanian Singers, Diana Karazon, Zade Dirani, Hani Naser, Lobo Ismail, Sakher Hattar  (English, Paperback, Llc Books, Llc Books)

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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Books Llc
  • ISBN: 9781158695997, 1158695993
  • Edition: 2010
  • Pages: 26
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Chapters: Jordanian Singers, Diana Karazon, Zade Dirani, Hani Naser, Lobo Ismail, Sakher Hattar. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher\'s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Diana Karazon (Arabic: ) (born October 30, 1983 in Kuwait) is an Arabic pop singer, television host and actress. She rose to fame after winning the Arabic version of Pop Idol called Superstar in 2003. Karazon is the most successful singer in Jordan since 2003 till present as she was awarded by King Abdulla and Queen Rania of Jordan. Karazon is now working with Jordanian businessman Muhammad al Majali and his label Al-Amal. Born in Kuwait, but raised in Amman, Jordan. Karazon\'s family is of mixed Palestinian and Jordanian ancestry. She started her singing career as a child supported by her father who himself was a musician and a member of Jordanian artists association. She sang her first song in public when she was 6 year old which was dedicated to King Hussein. The song was \"Ya ayyuha al meleko (Oh your highness the King)\". As a young girl she began to perform in many competitions in and out of Jordan. She won the contest at MBC Radio Station and soon went on to enter \"Superstar\" the Arab Idol singing competition. Karazon has one old Brother and twins sisters, the twins are models. Karazon is a big fan of George Wassouf and Umm Kulthum as she was singing her songs since she was a child. Karazon was surprised when she got a call from American embassy in Amman asking her if she has a free time to meet Condoleezza Rice in Queen Alia Airport, Rice said that she liked Karazon in World Idol and she voted for her. Diana Karazon was briefly engaged to an Egyptian photographer Khaled Fidah but they broke off their engagement in 2008,during the relationship, Karazon dedicated her track Inta Omri (You are part of My Life) especi...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=608959
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  • 2010
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