New Live EP FROM Tamino

The ANCHOR 2018 winner Tamino just released his new EP "Live at Ancienne Belgique." The EP was recorded across his three sold-out Bruessel shows in late 2018. It compromises four tracks, including a stunning cover of "Seasons" originally performed by legendary Chris Cornell. Furthermore, the EP features Radiohead's Colin Greenwood, playing bass on “Indigo Night” and “So It Goes”.

The concerts at Ancienne Belgique are one of Tamino's favorite memories from the 'Amir Tour': “These shows meant a lot to me. We’d been touring non-stop, and it felt wonderful to be back in our home country playing three shows in one of the most beautiful venues of Belgium. I couldn’t have imagined a better way to present my debut album, and I am grateful for everyone who was there.”

Three sold out shows in a row speak for itself. Listen to the Live EP here:

Following the win of the ANCHOR Award, 2018 proved a breakthrough year for the musician of Belgian, Lebanese and Egyptian descent. So far 2019 has already continued to be a successful year for Tamino, as he recently announced his debut Headline Tour across North America. Tickets are on sale now:


(Photo Credit: Doreen Reichmann @ANCHOR 2018)


ANCHOR 2018 (Photo Credit: Doreen Reichmann )

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