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Lebanese pop rock band Adonis is expanding its horizons, with a fourth album in the works and a U.S. tour planned to reach a growing fan base.With three studio albums under its belt, the band has also become popular for its covers of songs by Wadih El Safi, Fairouz and Arabic versions of tracks like Edith Piaf's "L'accordeoniste".Adonis' signature style of merging Arabic lyrics and traditional sounds with Western influences has endeared the group to younger audiences and the international generation of Arabs living abroad.Adonis' upcoming 12-track record, to be released around June, is set to get back to basics by exploring the natural sound of the band's instruments.Over Adonis' 7-year-old career, the band has updated its sound often, working with different producers for each album.Khoury jokingly added it was not a Valentine's Day show.
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Chance to perform for aspiring artists
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