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 Famous Singers  Wael Kfoury 
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CATEGORY: Singers
DATE OF BIRTH: 1974-09-15
BIRTHPLACE: Zahle, Lebanon

Biography

Wael Kfoury (Birth name: Michel Emile Kfoury) born  in Hawch al Oumara,Zahle', Lebanon) is a singer, musician and a songwriter.

Beginnings

After graduation in secondary school, Wael Kfoury enrolled at Universite' Saint-Esprit de Kaslik and the Conservatoire libanais national supérieur de musique. He had his breakthrough when he took part in Studio El Fan , the popular musical competition programme at the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation, for the 1992-1993 season, and took the gold medal for best male singer.

Career

After winning the Studio El Fan music competition, he had a first successful single in "Ma Wa'adtak bi Njoum el Leyl" ( ما وعدتك بنجوم الليل ), immediately followed by "Meen Habeebi Ana" ( مين حبيبي أنا ), a duo with another Studio El Fan winner Nawal Al Zoghbi.

Wael Kfoury signed with the Music Box music label and released three albums in 1994, 1995 and 1996 with the label, and that year  was chosen as Best Singer in Lebanon.

He had to suspend his musical career for one year to do his mandatory military service in the army from September 1996 to September 1997. Prior to joining up, he released the popular single "Rayeh 'al Jeysh" ( رايح عالجيش - I am Going to the Army) encouraging other youth to enrol in military service. During that period, he was highly publicised by the Lebanese Army as a role model for Lebanese youth, with frequent musical appearances in the media.He was also seen performing to other Lebanese conscripts on national occasions including Lebanese Independence Day,Valentine's Day, Mother's Day and Lebanese Army Day, and at the end of his service he released a full album of songs recounting his experience in an album entitled 12 Months, the duration of obligatory military service in Lebanon.

Immediately after his release, he took part in the Jerash Festival in Jordan and Nahr el Founoun Festival in Lebanon. in 1998 he signed exclusive broadcasting rights with Arab Radio and Television Network (ART) for his Gulf song "Al Shawq" after a fallout with Simon Asmar, the owner of Studio El Fan. After a highly publicized rift, there was a public reconciliation between the two during the Lebanese Music Festival in August 1999 when Kfoury appeared in the 14th anniversary celebrations of the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation directed by Simon Asmar.

In addition, in 2003, Wael Kfoury released his most successful song ever, "Omri Killo". In the following years, Kfoury released further albums that achieved international success with songs such as "Osset Oshaq", "Bhibbak Ana Ktir", "Bhinn", "Mista'a Ktir", "Tabkil Toyour", "Arrib Layyi", and "Hobbak Azab". His songs are noted for his mawwal style and a romantic element.

Awards

Besides winning the gold medal in Studio El Fan in his freshman year, Wael Kfoury has won many Lebanese and pan-Arab awards. He won the Murex d'Or Lebanese Award for Best Male Singer in 2001 and Murex Best Artist and Best Single in 2004, followed the same year by the Golden Lion award for Best Video Clip at the Cairo International Film Festivaal against strong competition from Egyptian singer Amr Diab. Kfoury also won the Best Artist Award at the Murex 2006 for the 4th time.

Albums

  • 1994: Shafouha w Sarou Y'oulou ( شافوها وصارو يقولوا)
  • 1995: Mayyet Fiki ( ميت فيكي)
  • 1996: Ba'd el Sentayn ( بعد السنتين)
  • 1997: Tna'shar Shaher ( اتنعشر شهر)
  • 1998: Shubbak el Houb ( شباك الحب )
  • 1999: Hikayat 'Asheq ( حكاية عاشق)
  • 2000: Sa'alouni ( سألوني)
  • 2001: Shou Ra'yak ( شو رأيك)
  • 2003: Oumri Killo ( عمري كلو)
  • 2004: Qorb Liyya ( قرب ليى)
  • 2006: Bhebak ana ktyr ( بحبك أنا كتير)
  • 2007: Byihenn ( بيحنّ)
  • 2010: Kfoury Classic

 

This article incorporates text from the Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Wael Kfoury & Angela Beshara are going through a divorce according to "al-seyassah" newspaper (Kuwait). However, family relatives denied that and assured that they are having a happy marriage especially with their little daughter!

04-05-2012

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WEBSITE: http://www.waelkfouryonline.com/
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