Major Announcement:

After 6 years of countless stories and warm memories The Rising Few was a true testament to going out there and just « doing it ».  It is my hope that The Rising Few filled all of you with joy, inspiration that our collective soul could exude.
After a self-imposed period of quiet and reflection it is in all humility and gratitude that I must say, “A Dieu” to The Rising Few.
To all of my supporters, throughout the Mediterranean, Egypt, Montréal, and elsewhere around the world, I say warmly, thank you and ”Alf Shokr”.
I now stand before you as TEROUZ and I will be announcing my first release, same time next week!
Onwards! and God bless!

-Karim Térouz

For Rising Few fans on social media:

-Rising Few music will be available again on Rising Few’s Spotify page and all streaming stores by the end of August 2019.
-Rising Few videos will re-emerge once again on TEROUZ youtube channel!
-Some Rising Few merch and CDs will still be available via our online store! But it’s gotta go quick!
-This website will be converted to TEROUZ.COM, so make sure you bookmark that!

Follow TEROUZ here:

Insta: https://www.instagram.com/k_terouz/

Facebook: In progress of rebranding, waiting for facebook approvals.

Spotify:    August!

Twitter: https://twitter.com/kterouz

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8FQozmt4Wx-Mo-MOMDpdNg

Soundcloud (includes Rising Few music) : https://soundcloud.com/terouzmusic

The Rising Few to open for Massar Egbari at Place des Arts, Montreal-Ticket Links!

Hailing from Egypt, Massar Egbari (which means “compulsory detour”) combine oriental and western forms in their fusion style. There is a clear rock sensibility to their music, but this belies a dusky tone to their lyrics, which tackle social issues arising in these challenging times in Egypt. Their style and lyrics had a great impact on the indie music scene. Winners of many awards and bestowed the title of “Artists for Intercultural Dialogue” by UNESCO in 2010, Massar Egbari has toured in Europe, Asia, Africa, America and the Middle East.

Massar Egbari will be live in Montreal ! Are you ready ?
2 concerts on March 11th at 2 pm & 7:30 pm

Opening Act by the Canadian band: The Rising Few

Tickets sold here for 2:00pm show

Tickets sold here for 7:30 show

 

Canadian Beats review is out!

The Review is out by Canadian Beats

”The Rising Few was the third band to go on stage. Frontman Karim Terouz mesmerized the crowd with his amazing deep voice and showcased his many trades (from singing to guitar to tambourine, and overall stunning stage presence).”

Read it all here and check out these awesome pictures by Marie Demeire!

Official selection for Jim Beam’s Make History Talent Search

It’s the second year in a row for The Few to be selected in this wonderful opportunity to showcase at CMW’s Indies showcase!
Last year, first place went deservingly to Mountain Dust and their wall of sound! But this year, The Few were the only ones re-selected to give it another go at La Vitrola!
If The Few win this regional contest, it would be a guaranteed, fully packed and funded showcase at The Indies at CMW 2018, Toronto!
So get there, be thirsty, it’s FREE and sponsored by Jim Beam! Meaning bourbon will be flowing for everybody!
The Rising Few will be on, with new songs and a new formation at 9:35 SHARP!
Check our events page for more details!

First dates of 2018 – Calendar is OUT!

Big news for The Few!

-Opening for Egypt’s Massar Egbari at Place des Arts on March 11th!
-Selected (for the second year in a row ) as top 5 acts from Montreal to compete at The Jim Beam’s Talent search for a chance to win a showcase at The Indies at Canadian Music Week! BIG GIG!
-Playing our first show with besties The History of Gunpowder at Petit Campus on feb 3rd!

The new formation and the new songs of The Rising Few are not to be missed!