الموسيقيين والفنانين
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Hala Dasouqi
Description/Bio: Experimental music is what I do, the original songs I compose are related to comedy, justice and humor.. One girl, one guitar and a Jordanian back ground is enough tor bring out the best playful music.. Don't you think?
Type of Art/Music : Experimental
Hala Mufleh
Description/Bio: photographer
Type of Art/Music : Photography
Hana Malhas & The Overthinkers
Description/Bio: Hana (pronounced HENa) sometimes describes herself as a nomad, but at the end of day is lucky to call two communities ‘home’. She hails from Amman, Jordan and has stitched Ann Arbor, MI permanently into her heart seams. Hana sings mostly in English, and sometimes in Arabic, and she performs solo and/or with her band The Overthinkers (which varies from duo to full band). She has performed in Jordan, US, Egypt, and Lebanon in venues ranging from intimate listening rooms to bars and festivals. On stages in both the US and the Middle East, she is a storyteller with an expressive vocal delivery. JO Magazine’s Nick Seeley describes her as “a songstress with a 10,000-watt voice… it’s as if the music is taking over her body, channeling through her lungs in a sort of velvet explosion…she has an infectious smile, and a playful way of grooving onstage, performing with either piano or guitar.” Hana’s latest EP release ‘Hana Malhas & The Overthinkers’ (2012) features the song “How We Love”, nominated for the 12th annual Independent Music Award in the Folk/Singer-songwriter Song Category.
Type of Art/Music : Singer-songwriter/folk-pop
Hayajan
Description/Bio: Hayajan is an Arabic alternative rock band formed in 2011 by YouTube a cappella singer Alaa Wardi, consisting of four Jordanian members and one Saudi Arabia-based Iranian. Hayajan made their debut in 2011 with the release of their single Ween El-Kalam on YouTube. Reception was great and reviews hailed Hayajan as the Arabic Coldplay. Hayajan's first album,Ya Bay, was released in May 2013, containing eight original and two cover tracks, Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd and Nude by Radiohead, which have been arranged with Arabic lyrics. The album contains both meaningful and meaningless Arabic lyrics, styles both Alaa Wardi and Hayajan have adopted. Hayajan members: Alaa Wardi: Vocals, Keyboard, Acoustic Guitar Odai Shawagfeh: Electric Guitar Mohammed Idrei: Electric Guitar Amjad Shahrour: Bass Guitar Hakam Abu Soud: Drums
Type of Art/Music : Alternative
Hiba Wasef
Description/Bio: 2D Animator - business-owner
Type of Art/Music : Digital Art
Hosam Omran
Description/Bio: I'm a young expressionist who grew up between Yemen and Jordan, and currently reside in Amman. I've participated in the 2011 Amman Street art fair, and some of my work has also been displayed at Mlabbas urban art goods store in Jabal Amman. Aside from drawing, I've written and composed several songs and writings. Certain themes such as Palestine, culture, minorities, gender, and self-expression override my work.
Type of Art/Music : Drawing, composer, song writer
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