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Last summer the Byblos International Festival brought some of the world's biggest names in music to Lebanon, including Massive Attack, Stromae and, for the first time, Beirut.Formed in 2001, the band is made up of lead vocalist and pianist Danny O'Donoghue, vocalist and guitarist Mark Sheehan and drummer Glen Power.Mathieu last gave a concert at Byblos in 1974 . She has recorded over 1200 songs in 11 languages during her career and will remind Lebanese audience what she's made of this summer with a set of Edith Piaf's beloved hits, accompanied by a group of 11 musicians. The soprano will be accompanied on stage by a full orchestra and will perform a diverse range of numbers from songs by Dalila and Sting to the repertoire of the Rahbani family, who will also be represented on stage by conductor Oussama Rahbani and director Marwan Rahbani.Knight is standing in for guitarist and vocalist Gwil Sainsbury, who left the group last year.
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