This Saturday, 15 February, another Lebanese talent will be taking the stage of The Voice, France.
This is the fifth singer to represent Lebanon after Johnny Maalouf in 2012, Anthony Touma in 2013, Aline Lahoud in 2014, Hiba Tawaji in 2015, and Marc Hatem in 2016.
Now, in the Voice France 9th season, Enzo Sabbagha will be proving internationally that the Lebanese talent can really go anywhere! Enzo is a Lebanese singer specializing in Soul, Traditional RnB, and Jazz.
This artist has made his own solo career by singing in local pubs for years until his high ambition pushed him to leave for France. Noting that he already pursued his studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
He also made an appearance on a Lebanese TV channel a while back, on a program called Heyk Menghanne (this is how we sing) hosted by Lebanese singer Maya Diab.
With his strong voice and amazing performance, we have no doubt that he’ll get far on the show, and he will surely win the judges’ hearts!
The judges for this year are Lara Fabian, Marc Lavoine, Amel Bent, and Pascal Obispo. On Saturday, February 15th, the 25-year-old singer will be taking part in the blind auditions, on TF1, at the following times: 21:00 (FR), 22:00 (LB), 15:00 (MTL).
Being a man of many talents, like singing and taking amazing pictures, Enzo will carry the Lebanese flag far and high throughout a successful career.
In fact, he has already contributed to Lebanon through his dedication to music.
The Lebanese rock band Coolcumbers, in which Enzo was the lead singer, was nominated “Best Local Cover Act” by The Time Out Beirut Nightlife Awards. The band members also delivered killer performances in the country throughout the years.
We need you all in front of your TVs on Saturday! Let’s support this dedicating and ambitious Lebanese talent. Good luck, Enzo Sabbagha!
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