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· November, 2008

Stories about Music from November, 2008

Mexico: High Service Fees for Radiohead Tickets

Saudi Arabia: Rocking the boat

Armenia: Eurovision Contenders

Azerbaijan: Eurovision Concerns

Michael Jackson ‘Converts’ to Islam

The King of Pop Michael Jackson has done it again and stories about his alleged conversion to Islam are keeping blogs in the Middle East abuzz with snark comments. Is...

Egypt: Shaaban Sings for Obama

Shaaban Abdel Rehim, the illiterate Egyptian singer whose songs are mainly about political and social issues, has released a new song about the new American President-Elect Barack Obama. Tarek Amr...

Georgia: Junior Eurovision Success

Nepal: Nepathaya

Bahamas: Censorship

Syria: Love is in Stuttgart

Forget politics, Obama or the economic crisis. The new buzz in the Syrian blogosphere is about love. Mariyah, a Syrian blogger from Damascus, has been playing with the hearts of...

Armenia: Zucchero, Planet X Concert Reviews

Rim Banna – A Voice from Palestine

Clueless came across Rim Banna's work recently and she was moved beyond the words on her blog. Marwa Rakha shares her story.

Mexico: Radiohead Concert in 2009

Georgia: Dating & Parties

Caribbean: Tributes to Makeba

China: Indie music bands

Turkey: Crimean Tatar Diaspora

Morocco: Festival of the Strange

Guatemala: Marimba Band Touring Italy

Jamaica: Farewell to the Dragon – Byron Lee

Despite earlier rumours of his death, Jamaica awoke this morning to the news of the passing of the legendary Byron Lee. Lee, bandleader of the Dragonaires, died at the University...

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