Omar Kamal "The Palestinian Frank Sinatra" At The Appel Room On April 6th!


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This guy has got RANGE! Right after Sinatra! Frank would have loved him!
—Quincy Jones
OMAR KAMAL- One Night Only- April 6th- The Appel Room- 7pm

Omar Kamal has been called the “Palestinian Frank Sinatra", and with good reason. Singer/composer Kamal comes from the city of Nablus. His multi-cultural influences have given him a rich taste in music ranging from Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson to Arabic greats such as Mohammed Abdel Wahab, Fairouz, and even modern trendsetters like The Weeknd. In concert, he has a free wheeling style that blends various eastern and western styles to create his own unique sound of what it is to be a modern Arab artist today.


Vocalist: Omar Kamal
Trumpet: Quinten Collins
Trombone: Mike Fahie
Tenor Saxophone: Sam Dillon
Guitar: Phil Robson
Bass: Mark Lewandowski
Piano: Addison Frei
Drums: Willie Jones III

Praise for Omar Kamal

“This guy has got RANGE!" —Quincy Jones

“He's brilliant! Who would believe this young man grew up in the West Bank?" —Becky Anderson, CNN International

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