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!

The Rising Few to Release new Single ‘Big Boy Games’ November 2015

Yes, It’s true folks, the boys are back in the studio this April to lay down their new single ”Big Boy Games”.

It is to be released by early November 2015.

Karim describes the new rock tune as ‘Ballsy’ and promises rock lovers a huge treat !

And finally, here is a preview of conceptual cover-art done by Karim for this fall’s new single!


Cairo’s number one Hit music station 104.2 Nile Fm interviews Karim Terouz

During his trip back to Cairo, Karim Terouz (frontman) was invited to talk music and bands with long time friend and “Mid-Day-Mix” host Mohamed “Mickey” Ibrahim LIVE on NILE FM,Cairo’s number one hit music station and the most followed english frequency on Egypt’s radio!

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“I was flattered to connect with the people of Cairo, there is nobody doing what I am doing with The Few and I wanted there to be an example that aspiring musicians and singers can follow or turn to.” – K.T


The Chat started out about a little introduction on how Karim came to to tackle songwriting then “Mickey” started popping questions about how the band got together.Later the host played the track “Soleil” from the album “Sinners on St-Laurent” and added that: “I actually DID liked that !”
Soon after the chat was diverted to how can we grow a scene for that kind of english oriented music in Cairo,Karim suggested “open mic nights !” since after all it is the bottom of the ladder for any musician starting out.


Here are some pics from the interview :