Los Angeles, CA, March 09, 2011 –(PR.com)– After a successful career as an indie rock singer and a theatre actor in Egypt and Chicago, Ayman Samman is now a working actor in TV and film in Hollywood. He graduated from Helwan University as an Egyptologist and guided tourists throughout the Middle East. His natural storytelling skills and his ability to easily connect with people are ingredients to his recipe for success.

“This song is dedicated to all the Egyptian men and women who gave their lives to free Egypt during the revolution,” said Samman. “I wrote it both in English and Arabic hoping to spread a positive message of hope for a bright future. As an Egyptian-American I felt the need to express to both worlds the impact of the sacrifices that made this happen.” The Egyptian youth revolution that started on January 25th, 2011 and toppled the dictator regime of Hosni Mubarak in 18 days has been the talk of the world. “Egypt is going to be a better stronger place for it. Their lives (the martyrs) are not forgotten and they will forever be a symbol of courage and a reminder that dying for what you believe in is better than pretending to live,” said Samman.

The song is called Bird of The Morning can be found on youtube:

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