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One of the three events that make up this summer's Zouk Mikael International Festival, "Light FM 25 Years: Music Celebrated" focused on local, rather than international, performers.The radio station chose to celebrate its quarter-century milestone with a hit-and-miss evening of music by half a dozen local bands given airtime over the years. The quality of Saturday's performances varied widely.Once the audience's blood was pumping, the stage was set for the highlight of the evening, a set by Lebanon's global music export, Mashrou' Leila.The only one of the six groups to have attracted a large following overseas, Mashrou' Leila was evidently the main draw of the evening for the majority of the crowd, who gathered around the front of the stage for the band's 40-minute performance.A skilled trio with a loyal local following, Who Killed Bruce Lee deserved a larger crowd, their performance undoubtedly ranking among the top three of the evening.
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