About Grace Deeb
Grace formed an English-singing bands when she was at school, named "Yankee Girls" and "Legacy". After that she released singles and performed in weddings and piano bars as she sings in 8 languages being Arabic, French, English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Greek.
On the 21st of May 2010, Grace Deeb made an international duo with the superstar "Helene Segara", they both sang in French and Italian...
Her first appearance on TV was in the well-known duet W In Kan Alayya ("If It Was For
Me") in 2003 with the Arabian singer Assi El Helani. After that, Grace collaborated with
Jean-Jacques Goldman who named her as "Dalida of the Arabs" in the song that changed
records and made her famous locally and internationally Comme Toi (French/Arabic) and
then its English/Arabic version Calling You.
In 2004, Grace signed a 5-year contract with the most famous production company in the Arab world "Rotana". Her first album was released on the 23rd of August, 2004 entitled Ghannali El-Alam Kello ("The Whole World Sang To Me") which was a huge success and only 20 days after it release, Grace was asked to go to Frankfurt to represent the Arab world along with the Egyptian singer Amr Diab in the Frankfurt Book Fair and sang 3 songs from the album; Ghannali, Wallah Bitmoun and Heya which inspired the audience and made a good buzz which made the organizers release a CD of all participants in the book fair including the 3 songs performed by Grace. In the same year, Grace performed for the first time in the International Festival of Carthage which was a huge success for her with the Arabic audience singing a mixture of her own and old Arabic songs her own way and style.
The second album under Ghinniyat Grace Deeb ... Aktar Min Gharam ("Grace Deeb's Songs ... More Than Love") was released was on the 28th of February, 2006 and had great feedbacks all over the Arab world.
The third album Ma Bteshbah Hada ("There is none like you") was released on the 11th of June, 2008. This album was called the best-selling album by Grace Deeb as she wrote the lyrics and composed the music of most songs in this album, which were later all filmed in video clips.
In 2009, Grace got named "Ambassador" of Anwar Al-Mahabba Foundation which takes care of people suffering from AIDS (HIV).
With the end of 2009, Grace surprised everyone with her decision of leaving her production company Rotana, as she found it was time for her to fly high beyond the limits of Rotana with whom she exchanged 5 years of success.
Grace is very active on the social and religious levels, and worked on many humanitarian issues such as campaigns/concerts against abortion, drugs, osteoporosis, AIDS and breast cancer, and worked on 2 songs dealing with abortion and grandparents.
Latest releases were a Christian CD called "Grace Deeb Singing From The Tent Of Praise" which included You Raise Me Up which is a re-make of Josh Groban's song, and remixes of 3 songs from her 1st album but in different languages; "Chantons L'amour En Guitare" (Ghannali previously) in French, Arabic and English, Hard On Me (Hiya previously) in English and Arabic, Believe The Story (Mabrouk Aleiky previously) in English and Arabic.