Linda George

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Linda George
Birth name Linda Gewargis
Origin Iraq Baghdad, Iraq
Genres Assyrian pop, Dance pop, folk, Folk dance, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1980–present
Website Official Linda George site

Linda George is an ethnic Assyrian singer who resides in the United States Of America. The vast majority of her songs are sung in her native Assyrian language.[1]

George's career started in the Assyrian community in Chicago discovered by Assyrian singer Sargon Gabriel. Sargon featured Linda on his track "Dalaleh". The track became a popular record in the Assyrian community and helped George land her own album. George's first album, Hal Eiman, was released in 1983 and instantly was a success.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • 1983 – Hal Eiman
  • 1984 – Kursia D'Malkoota
  • 1986 – Melodies From North of My Country
  • 1988 – Warda Bil Drananeh d'Khooba
  • 1988 – Kinara D'Rookha
  • 1989 – Alahta D'Khooba, Shoopra O Khaila
  • 1992 – Kooma O'Khwara
  • 1993 – Khamra Teeka
  • 1994 – Peace On Earth
  • 1995 – Khoot Goolpaneh D'Malakha
  • 1997 - The Golden Collection
  • 1999 – Colors of my Country
  • 2001 – No Quarter (English Single)
  • 2003 – Silence Of A Valley
  • 2005 – I am Free (Arabic Single)
  • 2007 – Doushi
  • 2010 – Mokhneeten Minokh
  • 2010 - Pearls of the East
  • 2013 - LG and Friends

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Linda George assyriancafe.com, Retrieved January 2011
  2. ^ http://www.qeenatha.com/viewprofile.php?id=50