The Sun rises with Jordanian musician and singer Sahar Khalifeh


26/09/2012 12:04:53 AM


Waiting for the singer to appear, the audiences are always amazed by the brown eyed, curly haired small built young woman who appears on stage tailing after a strong sharp voice that doesn’t shy from any tune.

 



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