Cover of “Zombie” by Lebanese violinist and singer is a must-listen!

Wonders happen when Lebanese artists collaborate! The famous Lebanese violinist Andre Soueid and the Lebanese-Brazilian singer Luciana Zoghbi created an amazing cover of the song “Zombie” by The Cranberries. “Zombie” (1994) is a protest song written about the bombings in Warrington, England in 1993. The song became one of The Cranberries’ biggest hits. The American heavy metal band Bad Wolves recently released a 

new acoustic version

 of the cover.

About the artists

Luciana Zoghbi covers international hits! She shot to fame in 2014 when her cover of John’s Legend “All Of Me” went viral and gained 77 million views on YouTube! Andre Soueid performs in the Middle East as well as in North America. He composed many pieces which were performed by the Lebanese Oriental Orchestra. His musical career began at the age of nine!

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Cover of "Zombie" by Lebanese violinist and singer is a must-listen!

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