Anyone who sees the Belgian-Egyptian singer, guitarist and songwriter Tamino live even once will fall under his spell. Big words, sure, but you're welcome to convince yourself of the truth of this statement in November, when he stops by for two shows in Germany. Already his debut "Amir" from 2018 convinced many critics:inside and fans alike. Pieces like "Indigo Nights" and "Habibi" bring together the wistful mood of Arabic musical traditions with the melancholic poetry of a Jeff Buckley. Whereby comparisons of this kind are idle, because Tamino was already a fascinating artist on his first tours and with the album "Amir".
His grandfather, Muharram Fouad, was one of Egypt's most famous singers and actors, and it was his old guitar, given to Tamino as a child, that started him on his musical journey. What Tamino creates on stage - with only his guitar and voice - gets right under your skin.
In April, Tamino finally returned with new music, releasing "The First Disciple" for which he collaborated with Belgian producers PJ Maertens and Jo Francken. In November he comes to Germany for two concerts!