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The Rising Few


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    Date in Montreal (Acoustic)
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    Lights and Shadows
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    Date in Montreal
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    I Want You Now
The Rising few are an eclectic Montreal band with a Springsteen-inflected sound of R&B-based rock-and-roll lead by Cairo born illustrator Karim Terouz.
Terouz’s powerful voice commands the crowd’s attention with it’s Tom Waits rasp and David Bowie waver.
A wave of infectious, thrilling good feelings comes through the band’s music as they deliver a heart wrenching, fully emotional rock show while trading solos that feel like good friends having a jam session.
At the age of 25, Terouz made the ballsy decision to leave his hometown of Cairo and brace the Canadian winters to pursue a peaceful artistic life in Montreal.
In 2013, with band members Hubert Tremblay (guitar), Harvey Bienaimée (drums), Andrew Sudlow (bass) and Isaac Gesse (trumpet), the band beat out 200+ others for top honors and a first place win at the LME showcase
The prizes boosted them to unveil their first album Sinners on St- Laurent in march 2014, produced by the great Glen
 Robinson (Dave Grohl’s Probot, The Ramones)
''The Rising Few's eclectic debut captures Plateau vibe'' – The Gazette
In 2015, the Band opened for Breen Leboeuf (Offenbach), Brian Greenway, Jerry Mercer and Gary Moffet (April Wine) on December 12th, 2015.
‘’Closing act The Rising Few might have been the standout of an already-varied lineup’’ - Dan Corber,
MTL ROCKS (POP MONTREAL showcase review)
‘’Adult Entertainment ’’was released May 2017.



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