Hanna Gargour

Hanna Gargour

Gender: Male

Nationality: Jordan

Job Title: Singer

Hanna Gargour is a Jordanian singer and songwriter.

Hanna Gargour was born on 23rd of July 1978. He graduated from Berklee College of music in 2000.

Hanna Gargour is the former lead vocalist of Montreal sensation "Purusha". He is a singer, composer, lyricist, producer, and also plays the keyboards and the guitar.

He currently owns and operates his own studio in Amman Jordan called MindFrame Studio’s. He does audio production for bands and movies.

Hanna Gargour mostly sings in English. His music is mainly grunge rock, with sometimes a bit of other influences like pop and reggae.

In 2008, he released his first solo album entitled All the Time in the World. The lead single, a full-on pop ballad about the blues of a radio singer, was shot as a music video. It was produced and directed by Johnny Dabeet and Tamir Naber from FLUID Productions. Editing and visual effects was by Sima Bustami also at FLUID Productions. The album contained many tracks mostly inspired by mid-1990's grunge-pop, including Sombrero Song, Stalker Baby, Where’s My Angel, Abdoun Road Rage, and Fire Over Babylon.

Gargour has also been featured on Queen Rania’s Youtube channel, performing John Mayer’s hit, Waiting on the World to Change, with Portuguese-British singer Mia Rose, known for her Internet performances.

Hanna Gargour has also worked as a talent scout in Cuba, and has albums out in the US and Canada in addition to completing two North American tours.

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