Seal Henry Samuel performs at the Al Majaz Amphitheatre in Sharjah.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Sharjah welcomed music lovers from all over the United Arab Emirates at the weekend for a historic date with the artist they had been eagerly waiting for months.
The legendary British singer and composer, Seal Henry Samuel, was treated to a rousing reception by his thousands of fans, who welcomed him with a thunderous roar of applause that echoed throughout Al Majaz Amphitheatre, the new cultural and entertainment destination of the UAE.
The global superstar with a career spanning more than three decades and 20 million record sales worldwide began on a powerful note by performing his timeless classic songs and chartbusters, including the critically acclaimed songs.
Seal took his audience on a voyage of emotions and memories, performing songs that referenced his musical roots and received enthusiastic responses from his devoted fans.
The singer thanked Sharjah and Al Majaz Amphitheatre, affiliated to the Sharjah Government Media Bureau, for inviting him to perform in the UAE.
He lauded the leadership of Sharjah for establishing it as a cultural and artistic destination that reaffirms the Emirate's standing and position on the global cultural and artistic map.
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