On Friday morning, the Saudi folk artist Abdullah Al-Sereikh moved to the mercy of God, at the age of 67, after suffering from illness.
Nightingale Najd al-Sarkh’s career in popular singing art spanned nearly 4 decades, during which he distinguished himself by singing most of his songs on the maqam of “boyhood”.
He started his career in the theaters of “Al-Najma” and “Al-Arabi” club in Onaiza in 1974, and represented Saudi Arabia in more than one internal and external forum, and was the best ambassador for the Saudi Najdi song.
Al-Sarkh presented many parties, private and public public sessions, and parties in associations and sports clubs, where he performed concerts in the “Al-Najma” and “Al-Arabi” clubs in “Onaizah” and “Al-Nasr” club in Riyadh, and a party with the participation of a group of artists, including Fahd bin Saeed . He also performed concerts at the Al Shula Club in Al-Kharj, and other sports clubs.
Al-Saraikh collaborated with many poets, including Abdullah Al-Aliwi, Muhammad Al-Ubayd Allah, Muhammad Al-Khwaiter, Abdulaziz Al-Senani, Fahd Al-Saadoun, Ahmed Al-Braikan, Nasser Al-Ahmad, Talal Al-Saeed, Prince Saud bin Bandar, and other poets.
Abdullah Al-Saraikh’s songs are distinguished by the fact that they were all of his compositions, and only the composer Mohammed Shafiq participated in the composition in the song “Oh, if only for the lovers, a new path”, which is one of the words of Prince Saud bin Bandar, which he gave to Abdullah Al-Saraikh, as well as the song “I say, O Shaqra Al-Salam.” Where he participated in the composition of the radio troupe, and the song “Jarathni Bardak”, which was composed by Muhammad Al-Duwais.
Among the most famous songs of the late “Remains of Yesterday” which became famous, as well as the songs of “Mani Messir, and the time says, and my heart won, and oh my love. »And others.