Tonight, esctoday.com exclusively presents the first ever Lebanese Eurovision Song Contest entry: Quand tout s'enfuit. We kindly thank composer Jad Rahbani, singer Aline Lahoud and broadcaster Télé Liban to offer us the opportunity to introduce the song to the world.
Born in 1981, Aline grew up in an artistic family: her mother Salwa Katrib is a famous singer, her father Nahi Lahoud a well-known producer and her uncle Romeo Lahoud, one of the most famous musical directors and composers in the Arab world.
24 years later, Aline Lahoud will be on stage of the Eurovision Song Contest, representing Lebanon in its first participation. Aline will be singing Quand tout s'enfuit, a song written by Jad Rahbani and Romeo Lahoud.
Esctoday.com got the exclusive right to introduce the 2005 Lebanese Eurovision Song Contest entry to the world.
To get to know more about the Lebanese representative Aline Lahoud and composer Jad Rahbani, check out the interview esctoday.com had with Aline Lahoud and Jad Rahbani last month. You can find the entire interview in our specials section or by clicking here.